Bibliographies

The Tennessee State Library and Archives has created this bibliography of authors with a strong connection to Tennessee writing since 1970. It includes known information about each author, and indicates by short title each post-1970 published monographic work (or piece in a Tennessee anthology) located in a general search.
The Tennessee State Library and Archives has prepared this list of book or article-length bibliographies of works about Tennessee. It is designed to provide reading lists for persons interested in learning about Tennessee. It is divided by subject, and within each subject area the titles appear in order by author (or by title if no author is indicated). This bibliography includes the following topics: AGRICULTURE, ANTHROPOLOGY, ARCHAEOLOGY, ARCHITECTURE, BAPTISTS, BIOGRAPHY, BIOMASS ENERGY, CHEROKEE, CHICKASAW, CIVIL RIGHTS, David Crockett, CUMBERLAND RIVER, DAMS, DRAMA, ECONOMICS, FOLKLORE, FORESTRY, GENEALOGY, GEOGRAPHY, GEOLOGY, GERMAN AMERICANS, GOVERNMENT, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, HEALTH, HISTORY, INDUSTRY, Andrew Jackson; Knoxville, KU KLUX KLAN, LITERATURE, MAPS, MEDICAL STATISTICS, MELUNGEONS, MEMPHIS, MINING, MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, MUSIC, NASHVILLE, NEWSPAPERS, ORNITHOLOGY, POLITICS, James K. Polk, Elvis Presley, RAILROADS, REGIONAL PLANNING, RIOTS, RUGBY, RUSKIN, SANITATION WORKERS, SCIENCE, SCOPES TRIAL, SELF CONCEPT SCALE, SOCIAL WORK, SOILS, SPELEOLOGY, STANDARDS, STATISTICS, TENNESSEE dissertations, TENNESSEE IMPRINTS, TENNESSEE RIVER, TENNESSEE TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY (TVA), TENNESSEE VALLEY REGION, TEXTBOOKS, TRANSPORTATION, U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, WATER RESOURCES, WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, WOMEN and ZOOLOGY.
The Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources is the result of a project of the Tennessee Library Bicentennial Committee. It was compiled by and for Tennessee public librarians, in honor of Tennessee's bicentennial celebration, 1996. The bibliography includes books, articles, maps, theses, dissertations, audiovisual materials and some unpublished works on ninety-one of Tennessee's ninety-five counties (Davidson, Hamilton, Knox & Shelby excluded).