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The Gordon Browning Museum & Genealogy Library
The Gordon Browning Museum is a publicly supported museum
 and repository for documents, images and artifacts that
the history and culture of Carroll County, Tennessee. The museum is 
named in honor of the two time Governor of the State of Tennessee 
Gordon Browning and contains numerous papers, photographs 
and personal effects of the former governor. In cooperation with 
city, county and state organizations, the Carroll County Historical Society
 operates and maintains the museum and repository.
The Genealogical Library contains a unique collection of books
 and microfilm material that focus upon the history of Tennessee, with
 a specialty in the northwestern region of the state and Carroll County. 
The library also has a significant collection of genealogical resources such 
as family histories, census materials and regional indexes to cemeteries, 
obituaries, and city and county court records. Volunteers from the 
Carroll County Historical Society provide research assistance 
and welcome questions from non-members.

Carroll County, Tennessee Rootsweb
Genealogy, County History, Topography, Maps, Cemetery listings,
Military history, Census records, Churches, and more are found
at this extensive site - lots of information! 

Henderson County, Tennessee GenWeb
A web site dedicated to the pursuit of genealogy.
Well worth the visit - lots of information on local history & genealogy.

Parker's Crossroads Battlefield Association
Formed in 1993 by those interested in preserving the
 Civil War history of Henderson County, Tennessee.
The purpose of the Association is to identify,
preserve, maintain and recognize sites of
Civil War battles, skirmishes, encampments, troop
 movements, and other places having war-related
significance located within Henderson County.
 This is in order to protect and maintain Henderson
County's irreplaceable historical wealth for this
 and future generations.

Oma's Antik Haus
Antique shop operating in Clarksburg, Tennessee.
Located in a historic 1800s General Store -
features on-line shopping, with an emphasis on
European antiques and collectibles.




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