Tennessee -- History -- Anecdotes.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Consistent with "anecdotes" subdivision.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Alex Haley Research Regarding Tennessee Anecdotal History
Abstract Alex Haley, Anne Klebenow, and a number of student researchers collected these anecdotes about Tennessee history during their work on 200 Years through 200 Stories: A Tennessee Bicentennial Collection (1996). Among the topics covered are the Bell Witch, the beginning of the Ku Klux Klan, the Scopes Trial, and the Civil War. The first part of the collection houses files that the team used to compile the final edition of their book. It is followed by materials documenting notable personalities...
Dates: circa 1986-circa 1996
John Fain Anderson Statements Regarding the Hoss Apple and Hoss Family History
Abstract In these statements, John Fain Anderson discusses the Hoss Apple, the Magott (or Margrett) Apple, and the Robertson Apple, provides a sketch of the Hoss family, and enumerates his memories of Washington County, Tennessee. His sketch of the Hoss family includes information about his own family beginning with his grandfathers, John R. Fain (d. 1869) and John Anderson (1765-1850), and ending with his parents, Samuel Anderson (1805-1849) and Hannah Crawford Fain (1811-1891). Also included is a...
Dates: 1928 February 4-April