Tennessee History Has a Home on the Web With Volunteer Voices

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Where can you see an early 19th-century letter from Aaron Burr to Andrew Jackson alongside a photo taken at the 1920 Tennessee State Fair?

Both are a part of Volunteer Voices, a new online library filled with images and information spanning generations of Tennesseans. The digital collection is targeted as a resource for students from kindergarten through college, but anyone interested in genealogy and the history of their county can benefit from the accumulated content. More than 100 institutes were involved with the compilation of the collection, which features more than 10,000 photos and historical documents.

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