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Tennessee State Library and Archives

The Tennessee State Library and Archives collects publications and archival materials relevant to the history of Tennessee. Collections include manuscript materials, birth and death records, census records, county records, governors' papers, military records, Native-American and African-American records, newspapers, maps, photographs, postcards, state records, and Tennessee legislative records.

The website offers research library and archives access as well as virtual exhibits, lesson plans, primary sources, and an archive of digitized primary sources.