Jonesborough Days 2014 is right around the corner! As a part of this year”s festivities, Oak Hill School will be open for tours on Thursday, July 3rd, Friday, July 4th, and Saturday, July 5th from 11:00-1:00. Meet Schoolmarm Miller and get a taste of what rural school life was like in the late 1800s. At 11:00 on Thursday, July 3rd and at 2:00 on Friday, July 4th, Oak Hill School will receive a special visit from Mother Goose and her friend Canada. She will share nursery rhymes and stories in a show that is appropriate for online casino all ages. You won”t want to miss visiting this historic schoolhouse! To access the full Jonesborough Days program of events, click here.
From the Jonesborough Genealogical Society, “The Early Settlers of Washington County, Tennessee Project is to document all early settlers of Washington County, Tennessee from 1768 to 1799, and publish a three volume set of books about these settlers. The Early Setters of Washington County, Tennessee Certificate Program accepts applications from descendants of early settlers of Washington County, Tennessee from 1768 to 1840.”
The first volume, Early Settlers of Washington County, Tennessee: 1768-1777 is available for pre-order now! You can also casino online help the project by purchasing a sponsorship. Sponsorships advertisements will be included in the final book. To access the order form and the sponsorship form, please click here.
For more information on this amazing project, visit the Jonesborough Genealogical Society homepage!
212 East Sabin Drive
Jonesborough, TN 37659
In combination with the Chester Inn State Historic Site and the Oak Hill School Heritage Education Program, Heritage Alliance resources, programs, and services provide the state’s most in-depth glimpse into Jonesborough, Tennessee’s first town.