Entries by Anne

Early Settlers of Washington County, TN Order Form and Sponsorships

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 […]

“Older, Smaller, Better: Measuring How the Character of Buildings and Blocks Influences Urban Vitality.”

Great news from the National Trust for Historic Preservation Green Lab! Per the National Trust: “Today, the National Trust’s Preservation Green Lab released a groundbreaking report, “Older, Smaller, Better:  Measuring How the Character of Buildings and Blocks Influences Urban Vitality.”  The product of more than a year of research led by the National Trust’s Green […]

Now and Then: Throwback Thursday Photo Exchange Submission Guidelines

We’d love to include your photos in the Throwback Thursday Photo Exchange! All photos sent to the Heritage Alliance will be displayed in an exhibit in the Chester Inn Museum in September of this year. Criteria: Photos must be from the Northeast Tennessee or Southwest Virginia region. Photos must be at least 20 years old […]

Now and Then: Throwback Thursday Photo Exchange

The Heritage Alliance announces a new public initiative to collect and display old and historical photos of the region by superimposing old images into our modern landscapes. We encourage residents throughout Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia to share your family photos, vacation photos, and others that feature our region that are at least 20 years […]

Amazing Grace on the Wilderness Road

The Heritage Alliance, in cooperation with the International Storytelling Center, will host a free evening of history and discussion surrounding the life and legacy of John Newton, writer of the popular Christian hymn “Amazing Grace”.  Amazing Grace on the Wilderness Road featuring Marylynn Rouse from the John Newton Project will take place at the International […]

Discovering Pathways to Archival Research

There”s still room and time left to register for the Discovering Pathways to Archival Research Symposium taking place on Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26.  Click to see the front and inside of the brochure for the two casino online day program.  Topics will include “Beginning Land Platting”, “Finding Your Landless Ancestors”, “Peeking Behind […]

Oak Hill Needle Arts School – Spring Flowers & Bunny Pillow

This spring, the Oak Hill Needle Arts School will be offering two very different traditional rug hooking classes.  On March 22nd, students will hook a lovely spring bouquet using the “Proddy” technique. Types of flowers and colors will vary.  Then, on April 5th and 12th, students will use the traditional rug hooking technique to create […]

Friends of the Washington County Archives Second Symposium

The Friends of the Washington County, Tennessee Archives (FoA) will host its second symposium on Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26, 2014. J. Mark Lowe, Certified Genealogist, will again be the speaker on both days of the event. Lowe is a full-time well known professional genealogist, author and lecturer. Lowe has also worked with […]