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Knoxville Daily Register, Knoxville Register, The Daily Register, The Weekly Register (1861-1864) (newspaper) (title varies)
Identifier: NWP 0080
Scope and Contents Knoxville Daily Register, Knoxville Register, The Daily Register, The Weekly Register (1861-1864) (newspaper) Title varies
Identifier: NWP 0041
Scope and Contents Knoxville Enquirer (newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0006
Scope and Contents The Fourth and Gill Gazette was published 1974-1976, The Gazette, later Knoxville Gazette, was published 1977-1981. The masthead of the latter read “A Voice for the Poor and Working Class”
Identifier: NWP 0001
Scope and Contents Knoxville Gazette (newspapers) The first newspaper published in the state of Tennessee and the first newspaper published in Knoxville. The editor/published was George Roulstone (1767-1804) the first printer in the new state of Tennessee.
Dates: 1791-1797, 1803
Identifier: NWP 0066
Scope and Contents Knoxville Happenings, Connections, The Highlands (Newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0060
Scope and Contents Includes one box, gift of Judy Flinn (recd. 2005) with issues from 1939-1947.
Identifier: NWP 0055
Scope and Contents Founded in response to the sudden closing of Metro Pulse, the Knoxville Mercury was an experiment in publishing an independent weekly paper on a nonprofit model, one so unusual it drew some national press upon its launch in March, 2015. Although owned by the educational nonprofit Knoxville History Project, it was allowed, within strict accounting guidelines, to accept both donations and advertising revenue. Its staff included three former Metro Pulse editors, including Coury Turczyn, long-time...
Identifier: NWP 0042
Scope and Contents Knoxville Register and Weekly Times (newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0083
Scope and Contents Newspapers. Knoxville Register, Knoxville Daily Register, The Daily Register.
Identifier: NWP 0078
Scope and Contents Knoxville Register [newspaper] 1852 (A list in the box includes a few other titles and issues)
Identifier: NWP 0003
Scope and Contents Knoxville Register (newspapers) This newspaper was founded by Frederick S. Heiskell (1786-1882) and Hugh Brown in 1816. It became the most widely read and influential newspaper in East Tennessee prior to the Civil War. Frederick Heiskell sold his interest in the newspaper in 1837 In 1835 Heiskell bought the Charles McClung farm States View in Ebenezer and renamed it Fruit Hill. He was widely respected as an enlightened agriculturist. During the Civil War the Knoxville Register was a Confederate...
Dates: 1816-1818, 1822-1832, 1845, 1855-1858, 1861-1864
Knoxville Spectrum. Powell Times. Longstreet Journal. Country Music News. The Righteous Tribe, Southern Sportsman News. (newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0012
Scope and Contents Knoxville Spectrum: Knoxville’s Weekly Newspaper (African American newspaper published by W. H. McArthur), Powell Times. Longstreet Journal. Country Music News. The Righteous Tribe (African American,1 issue 9-15-1972) Southern Sportsman News. (newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0048
Scope and Contents The Knoxville Times (undated). Newspapers. Masthead reads: “Hotel Andrew Johnson Edition” (vol. 1 no. 1-35)
Dates: undated (1930s?)
Identifier: NWP 0077
Scope and Contents Newspaper. Knoxville Voice, 2006-2008.
Identifier: NWP 0037
Scope and Contents Loudon Free Press (newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0067
Scope and Contents Manufacturer’s Record, Knoxville Times (Hotel Andrew Johnson Edition (newspapers)
Massachusetts newspapers (includes Essex Journal, Salem Gazette, Massachusetts Gazette, Columbian Centinel, and Newburyport Herald)
Identifier: NWP 0020
Scope and Contents Massachusetts newspapers (includes Essex Journal, Salem Gazette, Massachusetts Gazette, Columbian Centinel and Newburyport Herald)
Dates: 1784-1799, 1845
Identifier: NWP 0004
Scope and Contents Metro Pulse began in 1991 as an entertainment-oriented biweekly. Its first chief owner was Ashley Capps, music promoter later noted for founding music festivals Bonnaroo and Big Ears. After 16 months, he sold it to former Wall Street Journal reporter and Chicago financial trader Joe Sullivan, who moved back to his home town to take the reins of the paper and emphasize local news. By 1995, Metro Pulse was a weekly, a member of the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, and known both for its...
Dates: 1991 - 2014
Identifier: NWP 0074
Scope and Contents Box 1: Western Express, The Powell Times, The Norwood News, The Norwood Citizen, Portfolio, The Knoxville Examiner, The Knoxville Express Box 2: The American Veteran, The Watch, The Drummer, Tennessee Historical Chronicle featuring Knox County, Knoxville Area Antiques & Home Furnishings, Disc Exchange Buzz Sheet, The Talk of the Town, Groundhog Day Gazette, The Knoxville Sun, The Christian Guide, Antiquing in Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountain Trails, Student Voice, The Hawk, The Post Box 3:...
Miscellaneous Newspapers: South Knoxville Packet, Millerette, Knoxville Happenings, Connections, Highlander Herald, Conservator Spectator, Knoxville Women’s Edition, Copper City Advance, The Fruit Farm
Identifier: NWP 0013
Scope and Contents South Knoxville Packet (2 issues, 1986); Millerette (Employees of Miller’s, 1 issue, July 1971); Knoxville Happenings (1981 Mountain Press, Pigeon Forge); Connections (Knoxville United Ministries, 1983-1984); Highlander Herald (Great Smoky Mountains ed., 1988-1990); Conservative Spectator (Kelvin Moxley, 1 issue, May 15, 1993); Knoxville Women’s Edition (Knoxville, Macada Pub., vol. 1, no. 1. Dec. 14, 1993); Copper City Advance (Copper Hill, Tenn.,1 issue August 21, 1947); The Fruit Farm...
Dates: 1880, 1947-1993
Identifier: NWP 0063
Scope and Contents Includes: Blue and Gray (East High School) (1961-1966), Red and White (Boyd Jr. High School), (1930-1936), Red and White (Halls High School) (1963-1965), Silent Observer (Tennessee School for the Deaf) (1909,1922), Smoky Mountains Park-ette (Park Jr. High School) (1936), Crimson and Gray (Park City-Lowry School) (1927), West Wind (West High School) (1963-1972), The Beaver’s Tale (Karns High School) (1971), The Scratching Post (Central High School) (1977), The Students’ Voice (Bearden High...
‘Musical Idea: Devoted to the Interests of Bands, Orchestras, and Music Generally” (Greeneville, Tenn.) (Newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0087
Scope and Contents ‘Musical Idea: Devoted to the Interests of Bands, Orchestras, and Music Generally (Greeneville, Tenn.) (Newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0032
Scope and Contents Nashville Republican. Nashville Republican and State Gazette
Identifier: NWP 0036
Scope and Contents Nashville Whig. National Banner and Nashville Whig. (newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0028
Scope and Contents National Intelligencer. Daily National Intelligencer (newspapers)
Dates: 1816-1828, 1839-1840
Identifier: NWP 0034
Scope and Contents National Journal. Daily National Journal (newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0068
Scope and Contents Newport Herald (Cocke County, Tenn.) (Newspapers)
Identifier: NWP 0069
Scope and Contents Newspapers. Our Country (Chicago) + mixed titles.
Identifier: NWP 0047
Scope and Contents Box 1: The Tri-Weekly Whig, June 20, 1861 (John Bell Brownlow Papers, gift of Will & Candy Brownlow, 2007). The Journal & Tribune, May 17, 1909 (Boyd-Barton Collection, gift of Betty Tarpy, 2007).
Dates: 1861, 1909
Identifier: NWP 0071
Scope and Contents Powell News. March 25, 2004- (New in 2004) (newspapers)
- Subject: American newspapers X