FC Historical Review 1975 – 2005

FC Hist Review INDEX

Index of the Franklin County Historical Review 1969 – 1995

Franklin County Historical Review

The society ceased publication of the Franklin County Historical Review in 2005, and began publishing Tidings, a quarterly newsletter. All copies of the review may be seen in the History Room of the Franklin County Library. Call (931)962-1476 for more information. The society has the following issues of the Review available at the cost of $10 unless otherwise indicated (including postage, if necessary). The date and a brief description is given. Sold out issues are noted for reference. An issue may show up in estate sales or be offered by an owner. Contact us to determine if used copies are available)

– Searchable Index to the Franklin County Historical Review 1969 – 1995 –

Copies of the Review available for sale at the History Room

Dec. 1969. Hundred Oaks – (sold out)
June 1970 Awalt, Legislature, Oehmig letter
Dec. 1970 Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Sir Francis J. Campbell
June 1971 Winchester Springs Hotel (sold out).
Dec. 1971 Prehistory, Woman’s Christian Temp., Houses (sold out)
June 1972 Terrill College, Decherd Nursery (sold out)
Dec. 1972 Falls Mill, Belvidere
June 1973 United Belvidere Church (sold out)
Dec. 1973 Knies Blacksmith Shop, Good Shepherd Parish
June 1974 Tunnel, Railroad., Petition, Dripping Springs, Old Salem Church
Dec. 1974 Bank, Newspaper History, Green Family
Index, Vol. I-V, Dec 1969-June 1974
June 1975 Crockett, Historic Houses, Goshen Church, Whitman
January 1976 Jail Become a Museum (sold out)
July 1976 Cherokee Map/Bicentennial
Jan. 1977 Secession, Peter Turney’s 1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment, C.S.A.
July 1977 Mill, Marquette Co., Three Historic Homes
Jan. 1978 Stagecoach Inn,
July 1978 Crimson Clover,
Jan 1979 Southwest Map, Marble Plains Methodist Church
July 1979 Woodhaven House, Donaldson Family
Jan 1980 Mary Sharp College Art and Music
July 1980 Baptist
Jan. 1981 Vanzant, Manerva Ball (sold out)
July 1981 Agriculture, Robert Lee, Custer House
Jan. 1982 Hundred Oaks
July 1982 Cross, Outside View, Stories, Miller Home, St. Mary’s
Jan. 1983 Sarah B. Elliott, Woman’s Rights, Belvidere Church
July 1983 Weaving, A.P. Stewart, Black Education, Grandma, Franklins
Jan. 1984 Cemetery
July 1984 Gov. Sherwood, Tantallon, Crow Creek Bios,
Jan. 1985 Carrick Academy, Winchester Normal
July 1985 Isham Harris, St.Andrews
Jan. 1986 Masons, Rev. Townsend, Two Daus. Winch. Fiction
July 1986 The Story of Sam Tag
Jan. 1987 Quilt, Estill Springs, Hydroelectric Plant
July 1987 Courthouses, Ida Elliott, First Bap.Ch Es.Spgs
Jan. 1988 Fulford Hall, FC Bishop and Gen. Bragg, 4th TN, Co.K,
July 1988 Horses, Ikard Farm, Gager Lime Co, James Taylor Fam.
Jan. 1989 James Winchester, Venable, Union Sol. Votes, Lewis
July 1989 Historic mills, barns, houses, tunnel, depot, museum
Jan. 1990 Prize Oration by Marks, Courtship by Mail, East Brook
July 1990 Incidental Memoirs, Sherwood’s Remarkable Landowner
Jan. 1991 McCorry-Holder,etc. home, Prince Families, Lawyers
July 1991 Mrs. Crockett, Green family, J.W. Booth, Scopes trial
Jan. 1992 Vol. XXIII, No. 1, Famous Tennesseans
June 1992 Confederate Action
Jan. 1993 Kirby Smith, C.War Questionnaires, Durm Family
July 1993 Mary Sharp College
1994 Letters to Mary, Civil War Diary, 146 pages
1995 Index Vol. I-XXV, 1969-1995
1996 The Way We Were, 175 pages
1997 Estill Springs, 103 pages
1998 Civil War 1861-1865
1999-2000 Before Wagner’s Creek Ran Dry, by John Malcolm Delzell. Hardback, $25 plus $2 postage.

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