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The Town Crier

(Published for the Town of Lake City years ago. It has a lot of articles about

Campbell Co. Tn.)

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Did you know*** The first Tennessee Newspaper was the Knoxville Gazette

Established By George Roulstone in 1791

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The Tennessee State Library and Archives has the largest collection of Tennessee newspapers in the country. You can find a list of newspapers held by TSLA on their web site here.


Links To Newspapers Online

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The Lafollette Press, La Follette Tennessee


The Independent Herald, Onieda Tennessee


The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge Tennessee


Inside Anderson County, Clinton Tennessee


The Knoxville News Sentienel, Knoxville Tennessee


The Metro Pulse, Knoxville Tennessee


The Daily Beacon, University Of Tennessee, Knoxville Tennessee


The Bristol News, Bristol Tennessee


The Tennessean, Nashville Tennessee


The Corbin Times Tribune, Corbin Kentucky


Corbin Journal, Louisville Kentucky


The Corbin Journal, Corbin Kentucky


Middlesboro News Daily, Middlesboro Kentucky


The Claiborne Progress, Claiborne County Tennessee 


McCreary County Records, Whitley City Kentucky


Morgan County News Clippings 1916 - 1964


Knoxville Gazette 25 August 1792

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Abstracts Of Tennessee Newspapers

The Olden Times

Newspaper Archive


Campbell County Historical Society, Museum and Library has
back issues of LaFollette Press on microfilm and will do look-ups for a donation of $5.00 each.

Send request including names, date of death, etc. to;

Campbell County Historical Society


235 E. Central Ave.

La Follette, Tn.  37766



CLINTON. Tenn. (UP) Addison
Jackson. 19 year old hill-billy who "resigned"
from the army, and his mother, Cora, are to
be charged with murder of a deputy sheriff who
tried to arrest him as a deserter, authorities
said today.
Jackson was arrested at the home of a
kinsman near here last night after he, his
mother and grandmother fled their home in
Briceville, Tenn., where Deputy Sheriff Reuben Fox
was slain with his own gun.  The rings of Fox's
handcuffs were still on Jackson's wrists.  Their
connecting lock had been severed with a file.
The grandmother, Mrs. Pearl White, was found
in the LaFollette Hospital with a bullet wound in
her hip.  Her grandson shot her by accident.


Source:  Charleroi Mail, Charleroi, Pennsylvania
August 23, 1943




Freedmen's Bureau Records Relating to Murders and Outrages


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