Need more information? TeVA is just one place where you can find digitized resources from the Tennessee State Library and Archives. We also have online exhibits, indexes, digitized newspapers, geographic information projects, and much more! Check out these additional resources for more online materials.
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A searchable collection of over 7,000 articles chronicling the Civil War in Tennessee from September 1, 1861 through September 30, 1865. This sourcebook aims at chronicling the military, economic, social and political history associated with the Civil War as it happened in Tennessee.
We're here to help you bring Tennessee history alive in the classroom! The Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) is a great resource for educators and students seeking primary sources for use in the classroom.
This web page proves links to web sites that can be useful to those researching Tennessee history and genealogy. Please note that access to some of these web sites are only available through terminals in our building. Some web sites are only available to residents of Tennessee.
The Tennessee Civil War in GIS is an interactive website that displays Civil War battles and skirmishes in the State of Tennessee as points in a variety of map "layers"--aerial photos, topography, road system, land plats--and links them to narrative information about these events.
The files located in the Tennessee Supreme Court Cases represent an especially valuable resource for historical and genealogical research at the Tennessee State Library and Archives. The volume of cases is extraordinary, with well over 10,000 boxes of material in storage.
During the Civil War, the Provost Marshal was the Union Army officer charged with maintaining order among both soldiers and civilians. The Provost Marshal records microfilmed by the National Archives include many records related to Tennesseans.
Volunteer Voices is a state-wide digitization project that provides access to primary sources that document Tennessee's rich history and culture. Volunteer Voices combines the collaborative efforts of Tennessee archives, historical societies, libraries, museums, and schools.