What Happened to the State of Frankland - Using Tennessee's Pre-Statehood Records - free webinar by Mark Lowe now online for limited time
The recording of today's webinar, "What Happened to the State of Frankland - Using Tennessee's Pre-Statehood Records" by Mark Lowe is now available to view for free for a limited time at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com.
Learn about the records (North Carolina & Tennessee) that exist for genealogists researching pre-statehood Tennessee (before 1796). Record types, finding aids, locations, and examples will be discussed and presented.
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Legacy QuickGuide: Tennessee Genealogy 2.95
Looking to find those elusive Volunteer State ancestors? The Tennessee Genealogy Legacy QuickGuide™ contains useful information including a timeline of Tennessee history events, tips on Tennessee research strategy, outline of major immigrant groups, and more. Also included are links to websites and resources covering vital records, church records, census records, as well as general Tennessee resources. This handy 8-page PDF guide can be used on your computer or mobile device for anytime access.
Tennessee derives its name from the Yuchi Indian word “Tana-see”, meaning “The Meeting Place.” After reaching a population of over 60,000, Tennessee became a state on June 1, 1796. Some settlers moved on to Arkansas, Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma, while others remained to help the state become what it is today.