76 Old Books History & Genealogy Of Tennessee Early Tn

76 Old Books History & Genealogy Of Tennessee Early Tn

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A Brief Narrative of the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, Wheeler’s Corps, Army of Tennessee by George B. Guild - (1913) – 267 pages

A History of the Henry County Commands which served in the Confederate States Army including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, Tenn by Lieut. Edwin H. Rennolds – (1904) – 306 pages

A narrative of the life of David Crockett, of the state of Tennessee by David Crockett - (1834) – 210 pages

A School History of Tennessee by Gus W. Dyer - (1919) – 277 pages

Aboriginal Sites on Tennessee River by Clarence B. Moore - (1915) – 425 pages

Andrew Johnson, Military Governor of Tennessee by Clifton R. Hall - (1916) – 237 pages

Battles and Sketches of the Army of Tennessee by Bromfield L. Ridley - (1906) – 664 pages

Calvin Morgan McClung historical collection of books, pamphlets, manuscripts, pictures and maps relating to early western travel and the history and genealogy of Tennessee and other southern states by Mrs. Calvin M. McClung - (1921) – 198 pages

Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the War Between the States by Thomas A. Head – (1885) – 441 pages

Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, for the college year 1883-4 - (1884) – 31 pages

Centennial album of Nashville, Tennessee containing exposition buildings officers of the exposition, representative citizens, public buildings, business houses, and private residences by J. Prousnitzer, Publisher - (1896) – 200 pages

Chattanooga and Hamilton County, Tenn. By Geo W. Ochs – (1897) – 60 pages

Chattanooga, Tennessee; Hamilton County, and Lookout Mountain by Louis L. Parham - (1876) – 130 pages

“Company Aytch” First Tennessee Regiment or a Side Show of the Big Show by Sam R Watkins – (1900) – 220 pages

Descriptive and Historical Guide to Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Walden’s Ridge by Margaret A.E. Severance – (1892) – 76 pages

Disunion and Restoration in Tennessee by John Randolph Neal - (1899) – 80 pages

Down in Tennessee and back by way of Richmond by Edmund Kirke - (1904) – 306 pages

Dropped Stitches in Tennessee History by John Allison - (1897) – 150 pages

Early History of Middle Tennessee by Edward Albright - (1909) – 206 pages

Escape from East Tennessee to the Federal Lines. The History, given as Nearly as Possible by R.A. Ragan - (1910) – 54 pages

Fain's Critical and Analytical Index and Genealogical Guide to Ramsey's Annals of Tennessee by John Tyree Fain - (1920) – 86 pages

First Reunion of the Survivors of the Army of the Tennessee and its four corps - (1892) – 214 pages

Guide book to Lookout Mountain and brief account of battles fought near Chattanooga, Tennessee by Clarence W. Baker - (1876) – 36 pages

Hancock's Diary: or, A History of the Second Tennessee Confederate Cavalry by R.R. Hancock - (1887) – 644 pages

High lights of Chattanooga History by Henry M. Wiltse – (1917) – 40 pages

Historic City Chattanooga; Containing views and descriptive matter of historic points of interest, scenery, pictures of old and new buildings, leading men, etc. by Mrs. Susie McGarver Webster – (1915) – 230 pages

Historic Sullivan; A History of Sullivan County, Tennessee, with Brief Biographies of the Makers of History by Oliver Taylor - (1909) – 330 pages

Historical Guide to Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain by George C. Connor – (1889) – 72 pages

History of DeKalb County, Tennessee by Will T. Hale - (1915) – 254 pages

History of middle Tennessee Baptists, with special reference to Salem, New Salem, Enon and Wiseman associations, Containing Sketches of Associations, Churches, Deceased Ministers and Deacons, with Ministerial Directory etc. by J.H. Grime - (1902) – 564 pages

History of Tennessee, from its earliest discoveries and settlements by George D. Free - (1896) – 258 pages

History of Tennessee, its people and its institutions by William R. Garrett - (1900) – 350 pages

History of Tennessee, the making of a state by James Phelan - (1888) – 478 pages

History of the Church in the Diocese of Tennessee by Rev. Arthur Howard Noll - (1900) – 228 pages

History of the First Regiment of Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry in the Great War of the Rebellion by W. C. Carter – (1902) – 354 pages

History of the Rebellion in Bradley County, East Tennessee by J.S. Hurlburt - (1866) – 280 pages

History of the Thirteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, U. S. A. , including a narrative of the bridge burning; the Carter County rebellion, and the loyalty, heroism and suffering of the Union men and women of Carter and Johnson counties, Tennessee, during the Civil War by Samuel W. Scott and Samuel P. Angel - (1903) – 498 pages

History of the Twentieth Tennessee Regiment Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A by W.J. McMurray - (1904) – 520 pages

History of the University of the South, at Sewanee, Tennessee : from its founding by the southern bishops, clergy, and laity of the Episcopal Church in 1857 to the year 1905 by George R. Fairbanks - (1905) – 402 pages

It Happened in Nashville, Tennessee by W. E. Beard - (1912) – 65 pages

Maury County, the blue-grass region of Tennessee. Its agricultural and mineralogical resources, including a view of the county seat, the city of Columbia. Her commerce and industries, schools and churches, past development and future possibilities - (1887) – 20 pages

Memorial to the Fifty-fourth General assembly of Tennessee regarding the collection of the Tennessee historical society - (1905) – 12 pages

Memphis, the metropolis of Tennessee by S.H. Kress & Co. - (1907) – 34 pages

Montgomery County, Tennessee by Dennis L. Clark -(1900) – 15 pages

Notable Men of Tennessee, From 1833 to 1875, Their Times and Their Contemporaries by Oliver P. Temple – (1912) – 468 pages

Old Nineteenth Tennessee Regiment, C.S.A. by Dr. W.J. Worsham - (1902) – 234 pages

Old times in west Tennessee, Reminiscences, Semi-Historic, of Pioneer Life and Early Emigrant Setters in the Big Hatchie Country - (1873) – 294 pages

Parson Brownlow, and the Unionists of East Tennessee: with a sketch of his life ... together with an interesting account of Buell's occupation of Tennessee - (1862) – 96 pages

Personal record of the Thirteenth regiment, Tennessee Infantry by A.J. Vaughan - (1897) – 95 pages

Proceedings of the Tennessee historical society, at Murfreesboro', Tenn., December 8, 1885 - (1886) – 26 pages

Rugby, Morgan county, Tennessee, settlement founded October 5th, 1880 - (1880) – 24 pages

Rugby, Tennessee, being some account of the settlement founded on the Cumberland Plateau by the Board of Aid to Land Ownership, limited by Thomas Hughes - (1881) – 158 pages

Shiloh, or, The Tennessee Campaign of 1862 by T. Worthington - (1872) – 164 pages

Sketches and Eccentricities of Col. David Crockett, of West Tennessee - (1834) – 208 pages

Standard history of Knoxville, Tennessee, with full outline of the natural advantages, early settlement, territorial government, Indian troubles and general and particular history of the city down to the present time edited by William Rule - (1900) – 590 pages

Studies in the Constitutional History of Tennessee by Joshua W. Caldwell - (1895) – 182 pages

Tennessee department of library, archives, and history by the Tennessee Historical Committee - (1922) – 18 pages

Tennessee Historical Magazine, Volume 2, 4 & 5, by the Tennessee Historical Society - (1916-1918) – 870 pages

Tennessee history stories by T.C. Karns - (1904) – 272 pages

Tennessee in the war, 1861-1865; lists of military organizations and officers from Tennessee in both the Confederate and Union armies; general and staff officers of the provisional army of Tennessee, appointed by Governor Isham G. Harris by General Marcus J. Wright - (1908) – 228 pages

The antiquities of Tennessee and the adjacent states, and the state of aboriginal society in the scale of civilization represented by them; a series of historical and ethnological studies by Gates P. Thruston - (1897) – 362 pages

The backward trail, stories of the Indians and Tennessee pioneers by Will T. Hale - (1899) – 182 pages

The Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30, 1864, a monograph by Jacpb D. Cox - (1897) – 350 pages

The battle of Spring Hill, Tennessee, November 29, 1864; by John K. Shellemberger - (1913) – 48 pages

The conquest of the old Southwest; the romantic story of the early pioneers into Virginia, the Carolinas, Tennessee, and Kentucky, 1740-1790 by Archibald Henderson - (1920) – 394 pages

The First Tennessee Regiment, United States Volunteers by Will T. Hale & D.L. Clark- (1899) – 60 pages

The Honor Roll, Gibson County, Tennessee, U. S. A., 1917-1918-1919by R. Iguana - (1920) – 192 pages

The life of Joseph Bishop, the celebrated old pioneer in the first settlements of middle Tennessee, embracing his wonderful adventures and narrow escapes with the Indians, his animating and remarkable hunting excursions. Interspersed with racy anecdotes of those early times by John W. Gray - (1858) – 286 pages

The loyal mountaineers of Tennessee by Thomas William Humes - (1888) – 400 pages

The Negro in Tennessee, 1790-1865, by Caleb Perry Patterson- (1922) – 220 pages

The Patriots and Guerillas of East Tennessee and Kentucky. The Sufferings of the Patriots by Major J.A. Brents - (1863) – 170 pages

The pioneers of Nashville, and of Tennessee, an historical sketch about Robertson's and Donaldson's exploits and adventures in the foundation on the Cumberland ; a contribution to the celebration of our centennial in 1880 by Chas May - (1880) – 156 pages

The Retreat from Pulaski to Nashville, Tenn.; Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30th, 1864; by Levi T. Scofield - (1909) – 66 pages

Two years of Harriman, Tennessee - (1892) – 102 pages

War Memoranda. Cheat river to the Tennessee, 1861-1862 by Colonel Charles Whittlesey - (1884) – 90 pages

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