Nashville 1919 Automobile Blue Book
We at Historic Nashville are grateful for the opportunity to partner with the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, the Metro Historical Commission Foundation, Vanderbilt University, and MTSU in this creative collaboration to determine the identities of the 19 people buried in a cemetery at the entrance to the Zoo.
Historical marker for Sarah Estell - a free black woman business owner in the slavery era. Her shop was located near McKendree Church.
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Sarah Estell - a free black woman in Nashville during the slavery era. She ran an ice cream parlor and catering business. Marker is located at 217 5th Avenue North around the corner from McKendree Baptist Church.
Alfred Hume. "Father of the Nashville Public School system." Hume, Leland, and Alfred Hume. Early History of the Nashville Public Schools. Nashvillle?, 1921.
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Christ Church in Nashville. Beautiful picture from book - Rankin, Anne. Christ Church, Nashville, 1829-1929. Nashville, Tenn: Marshall & Bruce Co, 1929. Book is online full-text at FamilySearch books