Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources > Weakley County
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Allred, Charles E. Acquisition of farm land by credit corporations in TN. Knoxville, TN Ag. Exp. Sta., 1938. 49 pp. (its Monograph # 77)
Biographical directory, TN General Assembly, 1796-1969 (Weakley County, Preliminary # 39). Nashville, TSLA, 1973. 30 pp.
Carmichael, Claudia J. A history of Weakley County, TN, through 1861. UT thesis, 1970. 75 pp.
Churches of Weakley County, TN. Martin, Martin Kiwanis Club, 1980. 30 pp.
Coppock, Paul R. "The Killgore killing." WTHSP 15 (1961), pp. 40-54.
Emergency operations plan, Weakley County emergency management. Nashville, TEMA, 1987. 1 vol.
Flood insurance study: Weakley County, TN, unincorporated areas. Washington, D.C., FEMA, 1991. 1 vol.
Freeman, Mary E., ed. Weakley County Bank: since 1887. Dresden, Weakley County Bank, 1987. 88 pp.
Gardner, John A. "Early times in Weakley County: an address." WTHSP 17 (1963), pp. 68-84.
Gardner, John A. Historical address delivered by Col. John A. Gardner, on the early times in Weakley County. Giving a synopsis of the scenes & incidents from the past fifty years. Also a centennial oration, 1776- 1876, delivered by Rev. W.T. Bolling, at Dresden, TN. Dresden, Denham & Harris, 1876. 15 pp.
Goodspeed's history of TN (Weakley County, pp. 831-842, 985-1024). Goodspeed, 1887.
Mainfort, Robert C., Jr. Archaeological investigations in the Obion River drainage: the west TN tributaries project. Nashville, TN Dept. Env. & Cons., 1994. 185 pp.
Martin, Joe A. The impact of industrialization upon agriculture: a study of off- farm migration & agricultural development in Weakley County, TN. U. MN dissertation, 1955. 149 pp. (reprinted 1973)
Martin, Joe A. Off-farm migration: some of its characteristics & effects upon agriculture in Weakley County, TN. Knoxville, TN Ag. Exp. Sta., 1958. 43 pp. (its Report # 290)
Payne, Midlred Y. & James E. Spears. Folk miscellany of Weakley County, TN: commemorating the Martin, TN centennial 1873-1973. Martin, Martin Centennial Co., Inc., 1973. 37 pp.
Soil survey of Weakley County, TN. Washington, D.C., US GPO, 1992. 106 pp.
Sun, Zhenbo. General geology & floristic survey of the Warman clay pit, Weakley County, TN. IN U. thesis, 1989. 77 pp.
TN Dept. Transportation [county maps] issued periodically.
TN Valley Authority. Ind. Div. Agricultural-industrial survey of Weakley County. Knoxville, TVA, 1935. var. pp.
Tillman Big Cypress Tree Natural Area, Weakley County, TN: master plan. N.p., 1955. 79 pp.
US Geol. Survey [topographic maps] issued periodically. Quadrangles: Crutchfield, Water Valley, Cuba, Lynnville, Harris, McConnell, Latham, Palmersville, Gardner, Martin, Dresden, Como, Rutherford, Greenfield, Pillowville, McKenzie, Bradford, Trezevant West, Trezevant East.
Vaughan, Virginia C. Weakley County. Memphis, MSU Press, 1983. 135 pp.
Vowell, Mary K. Neighbors in Weakley County, TN: a land ownership map, 1827-1833. Martin, Isaac Dawson Chapter, NSDAC, 1985. 104 pp.
Weakley County, 1980-1987: an economic analysis. Nashville, TN Dept. Emp. Sec., 1988. 12 pp.
Weakley County Bicentennial Comm. at Martin, TN. Oral history tapes series. Recorded July-Aug., 1995. Sound cassettes. (a series of oral interview recordings on the subjects of family, events & development of Weakley County, TN)
Weakley remembered, Weakley County, TN. Compiled by Pansy N. Baker, Charlotte S. Reynolds. Bradford, Skullbone Print., 1981. unp.
Whatley, Thomas J. Trends & opportunities in Haywood & Weakley counties, TN. Knoxville, TN Ag. Exp. Sta., 1947. 24 pp. (its Monograph # 231)
Whatley, Thomas J. Costs & returns from dairying on 40 farms producing milk for processing, Weakley County, TN, 1947-1948. Knoxville, TN Ag. Exp. Sta., 1950. 30 pp. (its Rural research series monograph # 256)
Wilson, John M. Geohydrology of Henry & Weakley counties, TN. Nashville, TN Div. Water Resources, 1969. 49 pp.
Community information, Dresden, TN. Prepared by Weakley County Chamber of Commerce & West TN Ind. Assoc. Jackson, the association, n.d.
Dresden Ind. Assoc. Standard industrial analysis. Dresden, n.p., 1958. 17 pp.
Vaughan, Virginia C. Cary Lawn: a special place. N.p., the author, 1991. unp.
Community information, Greenfield, TN. Prepared by Weakley County Chamber of Commerce & West TN Ind. Assoc. Jackson, the association, 1989. 31 pp.
Prius, Dixie E. The life & times of Greenfield, TN, with sketches of Weakley County. Greenfield, Greenfield Hist. Soc., 1965. 220 pp.
Community information, Martin, TN. Prepared by Weakley County Chamber of Commerce & West TN Ind. Assoc. Martin, the association, n.d. unp.
Downing, Marvin. "Woodley Farm, Martin, TN." WTHSP 38 (1984), pp. 51- 68.
Flood insurance study: city of Martin, TN, Weakley County. Washington, D.C., FEMA, 1989. 12 pp.
A history of First Methodist Church, Martin, TN. Martin, the church, 1960-. (vol. 1, 1874-1960; vol. 2, 1960-1991)
Martin centennial, 1873-1973: Martin, TN, June 28-July 4. Martin, Centennial Committee, 1973. 100 pp.
Manaess, Lonnie E. "A west TN town & World War II." WTHSP 32 (1978), pp. 110-119.
Thomas, Ronald C. "The founding of a happy town: Martin, TN." WTHSP 27 (1973), pp. 5-17.
Community information, Sharon, TN. Prepared by Weakley County Chamber of Commerce & West TN Ind. Assoc. Jackson, the association, 1987. 28 pp.
Cashdollar, Parker D. The economic impact of UTM on Weakley & Obion counties, 1986-1987. Martin, UTM, 1988. 33 pp.
Graves, Neil. The story of UTM's parent institution. Martin, published jointly by the UT National Alumni Assoc. & UT Martin, 1975. 349 pp.
Inman, Elmer B. A history of the development of the UT Martin Branch. UT dissertation, 1960. 241 pp
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