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Tennessee State Library & Archives Website Review

I recently attended a seminar on the Tennessee State Library & Archives given by Chuck Sherrill, Tennessee State Librarian and Archivist. He has published more than twenty books on Tennessee historical records. While I have visited the Tennessee State Library & Archives’ website, I did not realize until this lecture how many resources it provides. Here are a few of their collections you can take advantage of – some from the comfort of your own home, and others on location in Nashville, Tennessee.

Tennessee Documents & Images -
Civil War Resources -
Historical Newspapers - 19th Century Newspapers

READS Audio and Ebooks - Regional Ebook and Audio Download System (READS) -- READS offers thousands of digital ebooks and audio books to patrons of public libraries that belong to the Tennessee Regional Library System.

Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) - Available ONLY to Tennessee residents.

TSLA has a great Research & Collections section that has the following sections:
The TSLA Resource Guides are very informative. Here are some of the guides they offer:
TSLA has an Interlibrary Loan Policy. While an individual can not order it, their local library can place an order.

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