Tennessee Libraries 

Volume 61 Number 4
 

 2011

 

 Tennessee Bibliography: 2009

compiled by

Eloise Hitchcock
Cumberland University

and

John Hitchcock
Middle Tennessee State University

 

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Adams, Ray [et. al]. Beyond the Edge of Technology: 50 Years of Instrumentation and Controls at ORNL.  Bloomington, In.: IUniverse, 2009. Oak Ridge National Lab.

Adkins, Charlene.  Dawning of the Cumberland: La Riviere Chaouanon, Book I.  Somerset, Ky.: Charlene Phelps, 2009. History of the Cumberland River.

Allen, R. S. and Watson, Steve O. The Perry’s Camp Murders.  West Conshohocken, Pa.: Infinity Publishing, 2009.  Murder in Sevier County, Tennessee.

*Anderson, Dale. Al Gore: A Wake-Up Call to Global Warming. New York: Crabtree Publishing, 2009.

Ansley, Fran and Shefner, Jon, eds.  Global Connections and Local Receptions: New Latino Immigration to the Southeastern United States.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.  Includes a statewide overview of Tennessee.

Around the Square: A History of the Businesses Around the Public Square and on Both Sides of the First Block of First Avenue Northwest, Including the E. L. Collins Building: Winchester, Tennessee, 1809-2009.  [Winchester, Tenn.: Winchester Historic Preservation Committee], 2009.

Ashley, Diane and McCarver, Aaron.  Under the Tulip Poplar.  Uhrichsville, Ohio: Heartsong Presents, 2009.  Christian romance involving a soldier in Nashville.

Baggett, James Alex.Homegrown Yankees: Tennessee’s Union Cavalry in the Civil War.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2009.

Baker, Georgia L. 1910 Census for Dickson County, Tennessee with Index.  Nashville: Richland Press, 2009.

Baker, John F.  The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation: Stories of My Family’s Journey to Freedom.  New York: Atria Press, 2009.  Traces the author's thirty-year research into his slave ancestry in Robertson County.

Bamman, Gale Williams, Sherrill, Charles A. and Little, Barbara VinesResearch in Tennessee.  Arlington, Va.: National Geographic Society, 2009.

Banks, Robert Jr. and Entman, June F.  Tennessee Civil Procedure. New Providence, N.J.: LexisNexis, 2009.

Barber, Sherri Patty. Odom Oracle.  West Conshohocken, Pa.: Infinity Publishing, 2009.  Genealogy of the Odom family of Tennessee.

Bass, Jefferson.  Bones of Betrayal.  London: Quercus, 2009.  Forensic fiction set in Tennessee.

______.  The Devil’s Bones.  London: Quercus, 2009.  Forensic fiction set in Tennessee.

Bassett, John Spencer and Polk, James K.  The Southern Plantation Overseer as Revealed in his Letters.  Tokyo: Athena Press, 2009, 1925.  (reprint). Correspondence of James K. Polk.

Beckett, Simon.  Whispers of the Dead.  New York: Delacorte Press, 2009.  Forensic fiction in Tennessee.

*Bergen, Laura and Berendsen, Dan.  Going Home.  New York: Disney Press, 2009.  Hannah Montana fiction set in Tennessee.

Best, Reba A.  Tennessee State Documents: A Bibliography of State Publications and Related Materials.  Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries, 2009.

Bonds, Russell S.  Stealing The General: The Great Locomotive Chase and the First Medal of Honor.  Yardley, Pa.: Westholme, 2009. Chattanooga Railroad Expedition.

Bowers, John.  Love in Tennessee.  Los Angeles: Red Hen Press, 2009.

Bowles, David A.  Adam’s Daughters: Book Two in the Westward Saga.  San Antonio, Tex.: Plum Creek Press, 2009. Fiction set in Jonesborough, Tennessee.

Boylston, James R. and Wiener, Allen J. David Crockett in Congress: The Rise and Fall of the Poor Man’s Friend: with collected correspondence, selected speeches and circulars.  Houston: Bright Sky Press, 2009.

Brant, Kylie.  Waking Evil: The Mind Hunters. New York: Berkley Sensation, 2009.  Forensic fiction in Tennessee.

­­­______.  Waking the Dead: The Mind Hunters.  New York: Berkley Sensation, 2009.  Romantic/forensic fiction in Tennessee.

Breazeale, J.W.M.  Life as it Is, or, Matters and Things in General: containing amongst other things, historical sketches of the exploration and first settlement of the state of Tennessee.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.

Brookshire, Kay and Wallace, Laura.  The Heart of the Community; Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge, 1943-2008.  Ashland, Ohio: BookMasters, 2009.

Brown, Alan.  Haunted Tennessee: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Volunteer State.  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books, 2009.

Bullock, Susie Breeden.  Obituary book 1 [Campbell County]: Lafollette, Tenn.: Bullock, 2009.

Burton, Thomas.  Beech Mountain Man: The Memoirs of Ronda Lee Hicks.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.  The author is an emeritus faculty at East Tennessee State University.

Butcher, Kenneth.  The Middle of the Air: A Novel.  Winston-Salem: John F. Blair, 2009.  Crime fiction in North Carolina and Tennessee.

Butler, Devora.  African Americans in Rutherford County.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2009.

Callard, Lucille.  Stripped: A Novel.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009.  Fiction set in Tennessee.

Chamblis, Prince Caesar.  Prince of Peace: A Memoir of an African-American Attorney, Who Came of Age in Birmingham During the Civil Rights Movement.  La Vergne, Tenn.: [Lulu], 2009.  Biography of a Tennessee lawyer.

Chapman, Steve.  A Look at Life from a Deer Stand: Devotional.  Harvest House: Eugene, Ore., 2009.  Deer hunting in Tennessee.

Cheseborough, Steve.  Blues Traveling: The Holy Sites of Delta Blues.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. Includes musical landmarks in Memphis.

Chester, Edward W.  A Fifth Checklist of Tennessee Vascular Plants.  Fort Worth: BRIT Press, 2009.

Chew, V. Collins.  Appalachian Trail guide to Tennessee-North Carolina; Damascus Virginia to Fontana Dam, North Carolina, including the Great Smoky Mountains National ParkHarpers Ferry, W. Va.: Appalachian Trail Conservancy, 2009.

Christensen, Nancy Roush.  Haywood County Connections.  [Calif.]:  The author, 2009.

Clouse, Loletta.  Rainbow by Moonlight.  Knoxville: Chicory Books, 2009. Fiction set in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Cole, Donald B.  Vindicating Andrew Jackson: The 1828 Election and The Rise of the Two-Party System.  Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2009.

*Coleman, Evelyn.  Circle of Fire. New York: Skyview Books, 2009.  A bomb plot involving a young girl when Eleanor Roosevelt visits her Tennessee town.

Compiled and Edited Tennessee law pertaining to Animals 2008.  [Knoxville]: University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, 2009.

Compiled and Edited Tennessee Laws Pertaining to Cats and Dogs 2008.  [Knoxville]: University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, 2009.

Conrad, George Coleman.  The Trial of Darwin’s God: Randomness: Scientific Truth or Religious Doctrine?  Charleston, S.C.: Booksurge, 2009. Scopes Trial in Dayton, Tennessee.

Cosgrove, Shady.  She Played Elvis.  Crows Nest, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin, 2009.

Cox, Carol.  Tea and Sympathy.  New York: Guideposts, 2009.  Christian mystery fiction set in Tennessee.

Cox, Jere R. and Walker, Emily B.  Cemetery Records of Southern Gibson County, Tennessee.  [Gibson County, Tenn.?]: R. Cox, 2009.

Crockett, Davy. A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett, of the State of Tennessee.  Charleston, S.C.: BiblioLife, 2009, 1834. (reprint)

Cunningham, Edward, Joiner, Gary D. and Smith, Timothy B. Shiloh and the Western Campaign of 1862.  New York, Savas Beatie, 2009. Tennessee Civil War battle.

Cunningham, Laura.  Haunted Memphis. Charleston, S.C.: History Press, 2009.

Daughters of the American Revolution. Tennessee Society.  Genealogy Bible Treasures: A Digital Photo Preservation and Index for Pre-Depression Era Bible Records.  Knoxville: Tennessee Valley Publications, 2009.

De Medeiros, James.  Al Gore.  New York: Weigl Publishers, 2009.

Dean, George. Legal Handbook for Tennessee Codes Officials.  Nashville: Gads Hill Press, 2009.

Denning, Michael.  Macon County, TN African American Death Certificates.  [Gallatin, Tenn.]: M. Denning, 2009.

______.  Robertson County, TN African American Death Certificates. [Gallatin, Tenn.]: M. Denning, 2009.

______.  Trousdale County, TN African American Death certificates.  [Gallatin, Tenn.]: M. Denning, 2009.

Denny, Roz and Stockham, Kay.  The Baby Album.  Chatswood, N.S.W.: Harlequin Mills & Boon, 2009.  Romantic fiction in Tennessee.

DePree, Traci.  A Distant Memory.  New York: Guideposts, 2009.  Christian fiction set in Tennessee.

______.  Funny Money.  New York: Guideposts, 2009.  Christian fiction about counterfeiting in Tennessee.

______.  A Thousand Generations.  New York: Guideposts, 2009.  Christian fiction concerning the antiques business in Tennessee.

Dollar, Kent T., Whiteaker, Larry H., and Dickinson, W. Calvin.  Sister States, Enemy States: The Civil War in Kentucky and Tennessee.  Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, 2009.

Domico, William D., Dunigan, Brian and Johnson, Michael H.  Tennessee’s Rules of Professional Conduct.  Eau Claire, Wis.: National Business Institute, 2009.

*Donaldson, Joan.  On Viney’s Mountain.  New York: Holiday House, 2009. Juvenile fiction in 19th century Rugby, Tennessee.

Donhardt, Gary L.  In the Shadow of the Great Rebellion: The Life of Andrew Johnson, Seventh President of the United States, (1808-1875)New York:  Nova Science Publishers, 2009.

Donnelly, Keith.  Three Days Dead: A Donald Youngblood mystery.  Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Hummingbird Books, 2009.  Mystery fiction in Tennessee involving Cherokee Indians.

Dorian, Donna.  At Home in Tennessee: Classic Historic Interiors.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2009.

Dorman, Lee.  Nashville Broadcasting.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2009.

Drake, Doug, Masters, Jack and Puryear, Bill.  Founding of the Cumberland Settlements: The First Atlas, 1779-1804.  Gallatin, Tenn.: Warioto Press, 2009.

Edds, Margaret.  Finding Sarah: Loss, Letters and a Daughter’s Journey.  Louisville: Butler Books, 2009. Biography of a Tennessee woman.

Edwards, Charles Henry and Roybal, Jody.  A History of West Edwards and His Descendents.  [Southern Pines, N. C.?]: Roybal, 2009. Genealogy of Tennessee family.

*Egan, Kate. Country Girl.  New York: Disney Press, 2009.  Hannah Montana fiction set in Tennessee.

*______.  Secret Crush.  New York: Disney Press, 2009.  Hannah Montana fiction set in Tennessee.

Elliott, Sam Davis.  Isham G. Harris of Tennessee: Confederate Governor and United States Senator.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2009.

Ellis, Michael and Lensgraf, Arthur GOral history, April 4, 2009: Dr. Michael Ellis, 1984 graduate of Life Chiropractic College.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009. Tennessee biography.

Ellison, J.T.  Judas Kiss.  Don Mills: Ontario: 2009.  Murder mystery set in Nashville.

Evans, Allan S.  Spirit Horses: A Novel.  Ipswich, Mass.: Oceanview, 2009.  Equine fiction set partly in Tennessee.

Evans, E. Raymond.  Struggle on the Hiwassee: The Civil War in Tennessee, Charleston, Calhoun and Surrounding area.  [Cleveland, Tenn.?]: Winningham Enterprises, 2009.

Evans, Raymond and Hubbard, Rita.  Historic African American Places in the Chattanooga Area.  Signal Mountain, Tenn.: CASI Publishing, 2009.

Evans, Sarah and Hauck, Rachel.  The Sweet By and By.  Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2009.  Christian fiction set in Tennessee.

Finch, Jackie Sheckler.  Tennessee: Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places. Guilford, Ct.: GPP Travel, 2009.

Fox, George and Fox, Jaunita.  Cocke County, Tennessee Early Lists, 1839 Tax List, 1830-1840 Federal Censuses.  [Tenn.?]  G & J Fox, 2009.

______.  History of East Tennessee 1740-1800.  [Tenn.?]  G & J Fox, 2009.

______.  Sevier County, Tennessee Pre-1856 Courthouse Fire Records.  [Tenn.?] G & J Fox, 2009.

Freeman, Sarah Wilkerson.  Tennessee Women: Their Lives and Times.  Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press.

French, Christy Tillery.  The Bodyguard and the Snitch.  Spring, Tex.: L&L Dreamspell, 2009.  Suspense fiction set in Knoxville.

Frist, William H.  A Heart to Serve: A Passion to Bring Health, Hope and Healing. New York: Center Street, 2009. Author is former U.S. Senator from Tennessee.

Gage, Melissa and Gage, Justin.  Memphis and the Delta Blue Trail: A Complete Guide. Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press, 2009.

*Gaines, Ann.  Andrew Jackson: Our Seventh President.  Mankato, Minn.: Child’s World, 2009.

*­______.   James K. Polk: Our Eleventh President.  Mankato, Minn.: Child’s World, 2009.

Garland, Paul Griffith.  The Garland Family of Virginia: primarily those who moved on to North Carolina/Tennessee/Kentucky and Dubois County, Indiana (with some material on the Garland of Virginia who moved on to Rockcastle County, Kentucky and Pike and Dubois Counties, Indiana.  [Boca Raton, Fla.: s.n.], 2009.

Garner, Hallie, Keeping Up with the Joneses: The Descendants of Peter Paul Jones of Hawkins County, Tennessee.  Dallas (8923 Woodshore Dr., Dallas, 75243): Hallie Garner, 2009.

Gayden, Kip.  Miscarriage of Justice.  New York: Center Street, 2009.  Fiction about a murder trial in Nashville.

Genealogy Bible Treasures: A Digital Photo Preservation and Index of Pre-Depression Era Bible Records.  Knoxville: Tennessee Valley Publications, 2009. Compiled by Tennessee Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Gibbons, Bill.  No Surrender! A Battle Plan for Creating Safer Communities.  Ashville, N.C.: Top Shelf Press, 2009. Crime prevention in Memphis.

Gibson, Michael Glenn.  The Descendants of Sterling & Reuben Mills: Two Brothers from East Tennessee.  Jacksonville, Fla.: M. G. Gibson.

*Gish, Melissa.  Tennessee.  Mankato, Minn.: Creative Education, 2009.

Gordon, Larry.  The Last Confederate General: John C. Vaughn and His East Tennessee Cavalry.  Minneapolis: Zenith Press, 2009.

Gore, Al. Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis. New York: Melcher Media, 2009.

*Grace, N.B. and Berendsen, Dan.  Hannah Montana the Movie: The Junior Novel.  New York: Disney Press, 2009. Fiction set in Tennessee.

Graham, Barbara.  Murder by Artifact: The Murder Quilt. Waterville, Me.: Five Star, 2009.  Murder mystery in the Smoky Mountains.

Gregory, Daryl. The Devil’s Alphabet.  New York: Ballentine Books, 2009.  Horror fiction set in Tennessee.

Grissom, Carol A. Zinc Sculpture in America, 1850-1950.  Newark, Del.: University of Delaware Press, 2009.  Includes art in Tennessee.

*Gunderson, Megan M.  Andrew JacksonEdina, Minn.: ABDO, 2009.

*______.  Andrew Johnson.  Edina, Minn.: ABDO, 2009.

Hagebak, Hawk.  Motorcycle Adventures in the Southern Appalachians.  Book 1: North Georgia, Western North Carolina, East Tennessee.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press, 2009.

Haithcock, Richard L.  Kentucky and Tennessee Indian Census.  Beavercreek, Ohio: R. L. Haithcock, 2009.

Hal Leonard Corporation Staff.  Elvis Lives[S. l.]: Hal Leonard Corporation, 2009.

Hall, J. Terry.  A Matter of Conscience.  Bloomington, In.: AuthorHouse, 2009.  Fiction set in Civil War Tennessee and Kentucky.

Hall, Ron.  Sputnik, Masked Men and Midgets: The Early Days of Memphis Wrestling.  Memphis: Shangri-La Projects, 2009.

*Harmon, Daniel E. Al Gore and Global Warming. New York:  Rosen Publishers, 2009.

Harmon, Joan Doyle.  Tennessee Society United State[s] Daughters of 1812 Markings and Grave Locations of Tennessee Soldiers of 1812 with Family Data 1909-2009.  [Nashville, Tenn.?]:  Tennessee Society United States Daughters of 1812, 2009, 1812. (reprint).

*Harper, Judith E. Andrew Johnson: Our Seventeenth President.  Mankato, Minn.: Child’s World, 2009.

Harris, Frankie and Harris, Kim Meredith.  Haunted Nashville.  Atglen, Pa.: Schiffer, 2009.

Harris, Larry and Lensgraf, Arthur G.  Oral History, February 21, 2009: 1991 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009. Tennessee biography.

Haugen, Ashley Driggs and Grannis, Bob.  Historic Photos of Nashville in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.  Nashville: Turner Publishing, 2009.

Hetzel, Bev. Wisconsin Civil War Soldiers Buried at Murfreesboro National Cemetery, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.  West Bend, Wis.: Bev Hetzel, 2009.

*Hillstrom, Laurie Collier. Al Gore. Detroit:  Lucent Books, 2009.

Hodgdon, Tim.  Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965-1983.  New York: Columbia University Press, 2009. Includes The Farm in Summertown, Tennessee.

Hollis, Tim.  See Rock City: The History of Rock City Gardens.  Charleston S.C.: History Press, 2009. Chattanooga region.

Hooper, Ed.  Knoxville’s WNOX.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2009.

Hougland, Margaret W. and Hylton, Betty Jane.  Washington County, Tennessee Death Records, 1925-1936.  Johnson City, Tenn.: Watauga Association of Genealogists, 2009.

Hubbs, Hal, Maynard Charles and Morris, David.  Family Hiking in the Smokies.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.

Hughes, Thomas.  Rugby Tennessee: Being Some Account of the Settlement Founded on the Cumberland Plateau.  Charleston, S.C.: BiblioLife, 2009, 1881.

Hylton, Richard.   Andrew Jackson: All that it Was—All that it Is.  London: London Metropolitan University, 2009.

Ingram, M. V.  An Authenticated History of the Famous Bell Witch.  [S. l.]: Wildside Press, 2009. Bell family of Adams, Tennessee.

Jarvis, Howard [et. al].  The Mechanics of Tennessee Civil ProcedureEau Claire, Wis.: National Business Institute, 2009.

Jenkins, Earnestine.  African Americans in Memphis.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2009.

Jenkins, Gary C.  Johnson House of St. Elmo (its history and architecture): The Study of a House, a Family, a Suburb. Chattanooga: G. C. Jenkins, 2009.

Jennings, La Vinia Delois, ed. Historicizing Twentieth-Century Whiteness in Literature and Performance.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.  The editor is a professor of English at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Jobe, Abraham.  A Mountaineer in Motion: The Memoirs of Dr. Abraham Jobe, 1817-1906.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009. Tennessee biography.

Johnson, Greg. Sanctuary: Meditations from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Pigeon Forge, Tenn.: Flatcreek Publishing, 2009.

Johnson, Harry A.  Lives of Miraculous Coincidences.  New York: Vantage Press, 2009.  Biography of a Memphis businessman.

Jones, Annie.  Flight of Sparrows.  New York: Guideposts, 2009.  Christian fiction involving bird watching in Tennessee.

Jones, Dennis and Lensgraf, Arthur.  Oral history, March 17, 2009: Dr. Dennis Jones: 1983 graduate of Life Chiropractic College.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009.

Justus, Virginia and Lensgraf, Arthur G.  Oral history, February 7, 2009; Dr. Virginia Justus: 1940 graduate of Nashville College of Chiropractic.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009.

Karr, Beulah.  One Moment of Glory: A Tribute to Our Civil War Soldiers of Sevier County, Tennessee.  [United States]: B. Karr, 2009.

Kim, Tom and Cate, ed.  Five Fingers: The Story of the Free Medical Clinic of America.  La Vergne: Tenn.: Xulon Press, 2009.  A clinic in Knoxville.

Knight, James R. The Battle of Franklin: The Devil had Full Possession of the Earth.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press, 2009. Tennessee Civil War battle.

Kowalski, Kathiann M.  Evolution on Trial: From the Scopes “Monkey” Case to Inherit the Wind.  Berkeley Height, N.J.: Enslow, 2009.

Lamb, Barry.  Rutherford County Illustrated: Leaders in Progress.  Franklin, Tenn.: Familystores-4-U, 2009.

*Lane, Andy and Sloan, Michael.  Glendale, Nashville’s Magical Park.  Franklin, Tenn.:  Providence House Publishers, 2009.  Modern-day children, Lee and Ellen, stumble upon the park after finding a snoring bear in their neighborhood. They are whisked into the past and experience the park as it was years ago.

Lanman, Charles.  Letters from the Alleghany Mountains. [Whitefish, Mont]: Kessinger Publishing, 2009, 1849. (reprint). Travel through Tennessee.

Lechleiter, RichardMy story: Red Top Cab and Checker Cab, July 1947 to August, 2006.  [Nashville]: Checker Cab Transit Corp., 2009. Nashville history.

Lee, Sally Rodes.  Spirit of Monterey.  Nashville: Westview, 2009.  About a girls camp in Putnam County, Tennessee.

Lensgraf, Arthur G.  Oral history, February 7, 2009; Dr. David Perry: 1983 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009. Tennessee biography.

______.  Oral history, February 7, 2009; Dr. Lonnie Jackson: 1974 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009. Tennessee biography.

­­­______. Oral history, February 7, 2009; Dr. Mary Ruth Chambers: 1940 graduate of O’Neil-Ross college of Chiropractic.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009. Tennessee biography.

______. Oral history, February 7, 2009; Dr. Robert Luttrell, Jr.: 1965 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009. Tennessee biography,

______. Oral history, May 19, 2009: Dr. Keith Bailey: 1948 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009. Tennessee biography.

Leviton, Alex. The Carolinas, Georgia & South Trips: 65 Themed Itineries, 1192 Local Places to SeeFootscray, Vic.: Lonely Planet Publications, 2009. Travel through Tennessee.

Little, Kimberly K.  You Must be from the North: Southern White Women in the Memphis Civil Rights Movements.  Jackson, Miss.: University Press of Mississippi, 2009.

Livingston, Joyce. Listen to Her Heart: A Romance Lifts Burdens in the Volunteer State.  Detroit: Gale/Cengage Learning, 2009.  Christian fiction in Tennessee.

Long, Jim.  Stewart County, Tennessee Marriages Revisited, 1804-1881.  Franklin, Tenn.: J. Long, 2009.

Lund, Nelson.  Bush v. Gore at the Dawning of the Age of Obama. Arlington Va.: George Mason University School of Law, 2009.

Majors, Inman.  The Millionaires: A Novel of the New South.  New York: W.W. Norton, 2009.  Political fiction set in Tennessee.

McClellan, Jo Ann Williams.  Gone but not Forgotten: African American Cemeteries and 1908-1930 Death Records Maury County, Tennessee.  Nashville: Authors Corner, 2009.

McCutcheon, Larry.  Our McCutcheon Family.  Hohenwald: L. McCutcheon, 2009. Genealogy of Tennessee family.

McKenney, Tom C.  Jack Hinson’s One-Man War.  Gretna, La.: Pelican, 2009. Biography of Stewart County man.

McLane, LuAnn.  He’s No Prince Charming.  New York: Signet Eclipse, 2009. Romance at a marina in Tennessee.

Merry, Robert W.   A Country of Vast Designs: James K. Polk, the Mexican War, and the Conquest of the American Continent. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2009.

Messimer, Jim, Henard, John and Lensgraf, Arthur GOral history, February 7, 2009: Dr. Jim Messimer (1974) and Dr. John Hemard (1961).  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009. Tennessee biography.

Milburn, Trish.  Her Very Own family.  Toronto: Harlequin, 2009.  Scandal and romance in Tennessee.

Miller, Allan N.  Nineteenth Century Tennessee Adoptions, Legitimations and Name Changes.  Baltimore: Clearfield Company, 2009.

Moffatt, Frederick,C. The Life, Art, and Times of Joseph Delaney, 1904-1991.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.  Delaney was born in Knoxville.

Moore, Michael, Rogers, Stephen T. and Smith, Kevin E. Archaeological Expeditions of the Peabody Museum in Middle Tennessee, 1877-1884.  Nashville:  Tennessee Department of the Environment and Conservation.  Division of Archaeology, 2009.

Morgan, Todd.  Elvis Presley’s Graceland.  [Memphis]: Graceland/Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc., 2009.

Morris, Billie.  A Pictorial History of Lauderdale County, Tennessee.  Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Publishing, 2009.

Morrison, Alice Louise.  River Reunion: Seven Days Aboard the Sultana.  [S. L.: s. n.], 2009.  Fiction set in Memphis.

Mowery, Rozetta.  Tragedy in Tin Can Holler.  St. Augustine, Fla.: Global Authors Publications, 2009.  Tragic family history from McMinn County, Tennessee.

Neely, Jack.  Market Square: A History of the Most Democratic Place on Earth. Knoxville: Market Square District Association, 2009. Urban renewal in Knoxville.

Nelson, Jill Elizabeth.  Off the Record.  New York: Guideposts, 2009.  Christian fiction in Tennessee.

Nichols, Kaitlyn.  David Crockett: A True American hero.  San Diego: Hameray Publishing Group, 2009.

Noble, Diane.  A Matter of Trust.  New York: Guideposts, 2009.  Christian mystery fiction in Tennessee.

______.  Home to Briar Mountain.  New York: Guideposts, 2009.  Christian mystery fiction in Tennessee.

Ogbonna, Chinyere and Nordin, Ross A.  Voices from the Inside: Case Studies from a Tennessee Women’s Prison.  Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 2009.

Ogg, Frederic Austin.  The Reign of Andrew Jackson: A Chronicle of the Frontier in Politics.  Charleston, S.C.: Bibliolife, 2009, 1919. (reprint)

Olson, Ted and Cavender, Anthony P.  A Tennessee Folklore Sampler: Selections from the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, 1935-2009.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.

Olwell, Russell B.  At Work in the Atomic City: A Labor and Social History of Oak Ridge, Tennessee.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.

O’Rear, Jim.  Tennessee Ghosts.  Atglen, Pa.: Schiffer, 2009.

Osborne, Ron.  Showtime at the First Baptist.  New York: Samuel French, 2009. Drama about church fundraising in Tennessee.

Panache Partners LLC.  Dream Homes Tennessee.  Plano, Tex.: Panache Partners, 2009.

Parsons, Lynn H.  The Birth of Modern Politics: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams and the Election of 1828New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.

Parr, Ken.  An Old Time Fiddler’s Scrapbook: Early Fiddle contests in Chattanooga… and other fiddle related new (articles from the Chattanooga Times and Chattanooga News) 1925-1929.  [Chattanooga]: K. Parr], 2009.

Partlow, Thomas E.  Wilson County, Tennessee Quarterly Court Minutes Books, 1803-1836.  Lebanon, Tenn.: T. E. Partlow, 2009.

Patterson, W. B.  The Liberal Arts at Sewanee: A History of Teaching and Learning at the University of the South.  [Sewanee, Tenn.: University of the South], 2009.

Payne, John C. [et. al].  The Little Payne Book: (additions and corrections for the “Big Payne book” a history of the Payne family of Virginia, western North Carolina, Tennessee and Missouri.  [Chattanooga]: J. C. Payne, 2009.

Pearl, Debi.  The Vision.  [U.S.]: Pearl Books, 2009.  Christian fiction in Tennessee.

Pearson, A. Scott.  Rupture: A NovelIpswich, Mass.: Oceanview, 2009.  Medical novel set in Memphis.

Peters, Bonnie Heiskell.  A History of Hansard Chapel Methodist Church Holston Conference Methodist Episcopal Church, South Union County, Tennessee.  Knoxville: Bonnie Heiskell Peters, 2009.

Pivnick, Lawrence A.  General Sessions Court Practice in Tennessee: Bringing and Defending Civil Lawsuits.  Memphis: Lawrence A. Pivnick, 2009.

­­­______.  Tennessee Circuit Court Practice.  [S. l.]: Thomson-West, 2009.

Polk, James K. and Cutler, Wayne.  The Correspondence of James K. Polk, Vol. 11, 1846Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.

Potter, Susanna Henighan.  Tennessee.   Berkeley: Avalon Travel, 2009.

Powers, Currie Alexander and Rhodes, Kathy Hardy.  Gathering: Writers of Williamson CountyFranklin, Tenn.: CPO, 2009.

Pratt, Scott. In Good Faith.  New York: Onyx Press, 2009.  Legal fiction set in Tennessee.

Pritchard, Erin E.  TVA Archaeology: Seventy-Five Years of Prehistoric Site Research.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.

Purcell, Aaron D.  White Collar Radicals: TVA’s Knoxville Fifteen, the New Deal, and the McCarthy Era.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.

Purkey, Joe.  Mirandized: An Ace Sleuth Novel.  Baltimore: PublishAmerica, 2009.  Mystery in Knoxville.

Pusser, DwanaWalking On: A Daughter’s Journey the Legendary Sheriff Buford PusserGretna, La.: Pelican, 2009. Tennessee biography.

Raymond, Barbara Bisantz. The Baby Thief: The True Story of Georgia Tann, the Woman who Sold over Five Thousand Children and Killed Hundreds More.  London: Metro, 2009.  About kidnapping and adoption in Tennessee.

Remini, Robert Vincent.   Andrew Jackson. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

______.  The Life of Andrew Jackson. New York: Harper Perennial Political Classics, 2009.

Rich, Jeff.  Watershed: A Survey of the French Broad River Basin.  [S. l.]: Blurb, 2009.  A pictorial work in North Carolina and Tennessee.

Richards, Ramona. Field of Danger.  New York: Steeple Hill, 2009.  Murder mystery in Tennessee.

Rodgers, Anne Marie.  A Firm Foundation.  New York: Guideposts, 2009.  Christian fiction set in Tennessee.

Roosevelt, Theodore.  The Winning of the West.  Charleston: Bibliobazaar, 2009. Presidential edition.  Originally published: New York and London: G.P. Putnam's sons, 1889-96. Tennessee history.

*Rumsch, BreAnn.  James K. PolkAdino, Minn.: ABDO, 2009.

Rushing, Wanda.  Memphis and the Paradox of Place: Globalization in the American South.  Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, 2009.

Russell, Michelle.  From Tennessee to Oz: The Amazing Saga of Judy Garland’s Family History.  Part 1.  White Haven, Pa.: Catsong Pubs., 2009.

Sacred to the Memory: Cocke County, Tennessee Cemetery Records: Part II. Newport, Tenn.: Library Friends, 2009.

Salt and Light: A Guide to Loving Knoxville.  Knoxville: Compassion Coalition, 2009.

Sapp, Charles M.  The Man with Two Names: Based on the True Story of the Most Notorious Fugitive in Southeast Texas.  Denver: Outskirts Press, 2009.  Murder fiction set in Texas and Tennessee.

Sargent, Mildred Crow.  Andrew and Eliza Johnson. Philadelphia: Exlibris, 2009.

Seabrook, Lochlainn.  Carnton Plantation Ghost Stories: True Tales of the Unexplained from Tennessee’s Most Haunted Civil War House.  Franklin, Tenn.: Sea Raven Press, 2009.

Sesquicentennial, Portland, Tennessee.  Portland, Tenn.: The Portland Leader, 2009.

Simpson, Brooks, D. The Reconstruction Presidents.  Lawrence, Kan.: University Press of Kansas, 2009. Includes Andrew Johnson.

Singham, Mano.  God vs. Darwin: The War Between Evolution and Creationism in the Classroom.  Lanham, Md.: Rowan & Littlefield Education, 2009. Covers Scopes Trial in Dayton, Tennessee.

Sistler, Byron.  Marriages of Montgomery County, Tennessee, Book 1, 1838-1845.  Clarksville, Tenn.: Montgomery County Archives, 2009.

Smith, Timothy B.  A Chickamauga Memorial: The Establishment of America’s First Civil War Memorial.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009. Chattanooga region.

Squire, Elizabeth Daniels.  Is There a Dead Man in the House?  Chandler, Ariz.: Five Star Publications, 2009.  Detective fiction set in Tennessee and North Carolina.

St. Giles, Jennifer.  Bride of the Wolf.  New York: Pocket Books, 2009. Fiction set in Tennessee.

St. John, Beverly P. and Webb, Gary A. The Life and Work of Ernest A. Pickup. [Nashville, Tenn.]: B. P. St. John & Webb, G. A., 2009. Tennessee biography.

Stalcup, Clarence E.  Frontiers Calling.  Longwood, Fla.: Xulon Press, 2009.About frontier life in Tennessee.

Stanley, Maurice.  Sorrows End: A Novel. Fairview, N.C.: Historical Images, 2009.  Fiction about Frank and Jesse James in Tennessee.

Starrs, James E. and Gale, Kira.  The Death of Meriwether Lewis: A Historic Crime Scene Investigation.  Omaha, Neb.: River Junction Press, 2009. Coroner’s inquest held in Tennessee.

*Stefoff, Rebecca.  Al Gore: Fighting for a Greener Planet.  Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Co., 2009.

Stephens, Ruth.  Broadcasts on the Business Concerns of Knoxville and its Evirons.  Knoxville, Tenn.: [s. n.], 2009.

*Stepp, Lin.  The Foster Girls: A Novel.  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers, 2009. A romance set in the Smoky Mountains.

Stewart, David O.Impeached: The Trial of President Andrew Johnson and the Fight for Lincoln’s Legacy.  New York: Simon and Schuster, 2009.

*Stewart, Mark and Zeysing, Matt.  Memphis Grizzlies.  Chicago:  Norwood House Press, 2009.

Stockham, Kay.  Simon Says Mommy.  Toronto: Harlequin, 2009.  Romantic fiction set in Tennessee.

Strength, Mark.  Bonny Kate’s Honeymoon: Victory at King’s Mountain.[S. l.]: Bonnie Kate Publishing, 2009.  Historical fiction about John and Catharine Sevier of Tennessee.

Stubbs, Rebecca Harris.  J. Percy Priest and His Amazing Race: A Biography.  [Nashville]: R. H. Stubbs, 2009. Tennessee biography.

Susano, Charles D. and Ferguson, Don K.  Remembering United States District Judge Robert L. Taylor: A Collection of MemoriesKnoxville:  Tennessee Valley Publishing, 2009. Tennessee biography.

Teffeteller, Caleb Glenn. Past Times: Obituaries, Marriages and Other Selected Articles from the Maryville Times, Maryville, Tennessee, 1891-1895.  Westminster, Md.: Heritage Books, 2009.

Temple, Dawn and Eagle, Kathleen.  Moonlight and Mistletoe.  New York: Silhouette Books, 2009.  A romance set in Tennessee.

Tennessean.  Tennessee’s Team: A Pictorial History of the Tennessee Titans.  [Vancouver, Wash.]: Pediment Publishing, 2009.

Tennessee Chamber of CommerceModel Policies and Forms for Tennessee Employers: and How to Use ThemChicago: American Chamber of Commerce, 2009.

Tennessee Human Resources Manual: A Guide to Tennessee and Federal Employment Laws and Regulations.  Chicago: American Chamber of Commerce Resources, LLC, 2009.

Tennessee Society DAR Genealogical Records Committee Report, Series 2, v. 89, a collection of original wills with transcripts of Revolutionary War patriots and their families descended to Mary Blount chapter members.  Tenn.: Tennessee DAR, 2009.

Tennessee Society DAR Genealogical Records Committee Report, Series 2, v. 90, miscellaneous collection of family records: Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia.  Tennessee: Tennessee DAR, 2009.

Teselle, Eugene.  The Belmont Area and Hillsboro Village.  Nashville: Belmont-Hillsboro Neighbors, 2009. City planning in Nashville.

Tolbert, Odie H. and Sheppard, AprilNew Chicago and Beyond: The Autobiography of Dr. Odie H. Tolbert.  Jonesboro, Ar.: GrantHouse Publishers, 2009.  A University of Memphis librarian.

Top Docs, June 1, 2006; A National Survey Lists the Very Best Doctors in Memphis.  Memphis: Memphis Magazine, 2009.

Travis, Clay. On Rocky Top: A Front-Row Seat to the End of an Era. New York: ItBooks, 2009.  About football at the University of Tennessee.

Treadway, Mark Douglas and Treadway, Phyllis Ann.  Claiborne County, Tennessee, Marriage Index, 1936-1965.  Tazewell, Tenn.: T. M. Treadway, 2009.

Trinkley, Michael and Hacker, Debi.  Preservation Assessment of the Old Jonesboro Cemetery.  Columbia, S.C.: Chicora Foundation Inc., 2009.

Trout, Ed and Myers, Tony.  Heirlooms and Artifacts of the Smokies: Treasures from the National Park’s Historical Collection.  Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Great Smoky Mountain Association, 2009.

Turner, Yahmanali.  Bugs on a Trip.  Baltimore: Publish America, 2009.  Fiction set in Tennessee.

Wade, Mary Dodson and Collins, DonDavid Crockett: Hero and Legend.  Houston: Bright sky Press, 2009.

Walker, C. Irvine, White, William Lee and Runion, Charles Denny.  Great Things are Expected of Us: The Letters of Colonel C. Irvine Walker, 10th South Carolina Infantry, CSAKnoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009. Civil War in Tennessee.

Wallace, Douglas.  Everything Will be All Right: A Memoir.  Austin, Tex.: Greenleaf, 2009.  Autobiography of a lawyer from Tennessee who grew up in hard times.

Warshauer, Matthew.  Andrew Jackson in Context.  New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2009.

*Weatherly, Myra.  Tennessee.  New York: Children’s Press, 2009.

Webb, Ned C.  A Tennessee Childhood.  [U.S.]: BookSurge Publishing, 2009.

Wettemann, Robert P.  Privileges vs. Equality: Civil-Military Relations in the Jacksonian Era, 1815-1845.  Santa Barbara, Calif.: Praeger Security International, 2009.

Whisker, James B.  Gunsmiths and Allied Tradesmen of Tennessee.  Everitt, Pa.: Bedford Village Press, 2009.

White, Margaret Blackburn.  Becoming White: My Family’s Experience as Slave Holders – and Why it Still Matters.  Bloomington, In.: AuthorHouse, 2009. Genealogy of a Jefferson County, Tennessee family.

Whitehead, Linda.  McCammon-Ammons-Click Funeral Home.  [Maryville, Tenn.: McCammon-Ammons-Click funeral Home?], 2009. History of Tennessee funeral home.

Whynot, Dwight and Lensgraf, Arthur G.  Oral history, February 7, 2009: Dr. Dwight Whynot, 1999 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic.  [S. l.: s. n.], 2009. Tennessee biography.

Wilkins, Gina.  The Texan’s Tennessee  Romance.  New York: Silhouette, 2009.

Willis, Laura.  Lincoln County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes.  Mayfield, Ky.: Simmons Historical Publications, 2009.

______.  Lincoln County, Tennessee Deed Book.  Mayfield, Ky.: Simmons Historical Publications, 2009.

______.  Maury County, Tennessee Newspaper, Abstracts.  Mayfield, Ky.: Simmons Historical Publications, 2009.

Wills of Benton County Tennessee, 1836-1910.  Camden, Tenn.:  Benton County Genealogical Society, 2009.

Wills, Ridley.  The Hermitage at One Hundred: Nashville’s First Million-Dollar Hotel.  Franklin, Tenn.: Providence House Publishers, 2009.

Woodward, Martha Rose.  Seven Minutes in Hell.  Bloomington, In.: AuthorHouse, 2009.  The Eric Mclean murder case in Knoxville.

Woodworth, Steven E.  The Shiloh Campaign.  Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, 2009. Tennessee Civil War battle.

*Yancey, Diane.  Body Farms.  Detroit: Lucent, 2009.  Discusses the research of William M. Bass, an anthropology professor at the University of Tennessee.

* Denotes a juvenile work.

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