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Tennessee Yankee By Herb Hughes
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As the country crept closer to civil war, Aaron Richardson found himself more and more at odds with his world. He was a slave owner’s son, born to privilege at Calla, a beautiful plantation... More > nestled into the rolling hills of Tennessee, but he rejected both slavery and privilege. He fell madly in love only to have that love denied by both fathers. He tried to defy them, but war got in the way. As hostilities became inevitable, Aaron wrestled with fighting his conscience versus fighting for his land and his home. When the country split itself apart, Aaron’s inner struggle, like the war itself, became a conflict wrought with peril.< Less
Tennessee Travels 1844-1847, Journal of Amos Hitchcock By Teresa Nyquist Tucker
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A new resource for genealogist and historians. This never-before-published journal was written 1844-1847, by Amos Hitchcock, a colporteur for the American Tract Society. While performing his duties,... More > he traveled from his home in Brimfield, Massachusetts to distribute literature in East Tennessee. He listed his living and business expenses, recorded names of family and acquaintances, and provided a social commentary of life in East Tennessee. Transcribed and arranged in chronological order, Tennessee Travels is a new source for historical and genealogical research. Inclusion of actual photocopies of the original journal allows the reader to use this authentic primary resource to verify the original language and to have the pleasure of reading Mr. Hitchcock's mid-19th century script. Features: over 300 names of East Tennessee residents, family and business contacts in Massachusetts and New York, chronological transcription of the original journal, facsimile of the original pages, documentation, and an index.< Less
Tennessee Travels 1844-1847, Journal of Amos Hitchcock By Teresa Nyquist Tucker
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A new resource for genealogist and historians. This never-before-published journal was written 1844-1847, by Amos Hitchcock, a colporteur for the American Tract Society. While performing his duties,... More > he traveled from his home in Brimfield, Massachusetts to distribute literature in East Tennessee. He listed his living and business expenses, recorded names of family and acquaintances, and provided a social commentary of life in East Tennessee. Transcribed and arranged in chronological order, Tennessee Travels is a new source for historical and genealogical research. Inclusion of actual photocopies of the original journal allows the reader to use this authentic primary resource to verify the original language and to have the pleasure of reading Mr. Hitchcock's mid-19th century script. Features: over 300 names of East Tennessee residents, family and business contacts in Massachusetts and New York, chronological transcription of the original journal, facsimile of the original pages, documentation, and an index.< Less
Tennessee Travels 1844-1847: Journal of Amos Hitchcock By Teresa Nyquist Tucker
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A new resource for genealogist and historians. This never-before-published journal was written 1844-1847, by Amos Hitchcock, a colporteur for the American Tract Society. While performing his duties,... More > he traveled from his home in Brimfield, Massachusetts to distribute literature in East Tennessee. He listed his living and business expenses, recorded names of family and acquaintances, and provided a social commentary of life in East Tennessee. Transcribed and arranged in chronological order, Tennessee Travels is a new source for historical and genealogical research. Inclusion of actual photocopies of the original journal allows the reader to use this authentic primary resource to verify the original language and to have the pleasure of reading Mr. Hitchcock's mid-19th century script. Features: over 300 names of East Tennessee residents, family and business contacts in Massachusetts and New York, chronological transcription of the original journal, facsimile of the original pages, documentation, and an index.< Less
White Hall Gifts By Jean Gaddas
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Portrait of the Past II. By Herman Tester
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A book with genealogical and historical facts with hundreds of photographs of citizens who lived in the area now covered by the waters of Watauga Lake. Butler, Tennessee and the valleys of the Roan... More > Creek and Elk and Watauga Rivers. Full size large black and white photos and in most cases with names of persons, date of photo and place photo was taken. A 'we can't go home again' photo book.< Less
A Collection Of Inglewood Memories By Todd Camp Jr.
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This book is a collection of memories based out of a small community in Nashville, Tennessee known as Inglewood. The book features well known people of the community such as country music stars, and... More > politicians. This book also features recognized landmarks and places such as the historic Isaac Litton High School, community churches, famous homes and many others. This book will take you back for a trip down memory lane of a small community located on the Cumberland River in East Nashville.< Less
As If They Were Ours: The Story of Camp Tyson - America's Only Barrage Balloon Training Facility By Shannon McFarlin
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Merriam Press World War II History No. 7. First Edition 2015. Camp Tyson was unique and historic because it was the only barrage balloon training facility in the US, so soldiers who were there had an... More > experience unlike any other. The Camp also became engrained in the lives of Henry Countians — most every home in Paris, Tennessee, had a soldier and his family living with them (including the author’s) and the camp is credited with modernizing Paris and the county. Camp Tyson was also the home of the all-black 320th Barrage Balloon Battalion, which landed on the beaches on D-Day. They were trained at Camp Tyson and their accomplishments have been largely unheralded. Additionally, both Italian and German prisoners of war were held there during and after the war. First-person accounts from white and black soldiers who were at the camp are included. Much of the book is first-person interviews, as well as documents from government sources that have never been published before. 40 photos.< Less