Washington County (Tenn.)--History
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Boons [Boones] Creek Male & Female Seminary Papers consist of photostatic negatives of the constitution and bylaws of the school, lists of students, and a financial statement.
The Jeremiah Dungan Family History consists of a family history book titled Jeremiah Dungan, 1730-1813, Watauga Settler by Thomas P. Dungan and photographs of Dungan’s house, grist mill, and gravesite in Washington County, Tennessee.
The collection consists of photocopies of manuscript transcriptions of correspondence from Evan Embree, who resided on the Nolichucky River, to his uncle, Abner Elleman of Bush River, South Carolina. The correspondence deals primarily with Quaker theology and some family and local news.
The Gump Family Papers document the personal and business interests of the Gump family of Washington County, Tennessee and related families such as the Kennerlys, Craigs, Donaldsons, and Jaffas. There is some material related to Gump Realty and other Gump family businesses.
The Martha Marshall Collection contains one scrapbook that documents Washington County’s Tennessee Bicentennial Celebration in 1996. The scrapbook contains photocopies of newspaper clippings, photographs, brochures, and other printed ephemera collected by Martha Marshall.
The records are arranged into two series as follows: Series 1, Survey Forms and Related Records, 1983-1986, and Series 2, Computer Discs, 1983-1986. Note: The data from the earlier survey is not contained on the discs.
The collection is arranged into five series. Series 1: Personal Papers. Series 2: Professional Papers. Series 3: Photographs. Series 4: Audio Material. Series 5: Oversize Materials. The items are arranged alphabetically by subject title within the series.