Twice a month, including last Sunday, a treasure trove of Bartlett history opens its doors
In a Davidson County Chancery Court ruling issued Monday, the court ruled in favor of
Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of articles about Bartlett historical preservation.
Most public school students in Tennessee have no Tennessee history or civics textbook, even though
Some people believe that slavery in Tennessee was less common than elsewhere in the region.
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles about Bartlett’s historical preservation.
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles about Bartlett historical preservation.
On Monday, Lakeland began collecting historical memorabilia for an exhibit that opens in downtown Memphis
PEARL, Miss. — An interracial group of young men will begin a journey of reconciliation
The Bartlett city board took another step toward designating the Barteau-Dickey House at 2943 Sycamore
As the legislative session winds down, I am cautiously optimistic that the General Assembly will