Brief History of Anderson County

Anderson County Historical Society

Articles from East Tennessee Historical Society Publications:

“1820 Anderson County Manufacturers Census.” Trans. by Ann K. Blomquist. Tennessee Ancestors 25, no. 1: April 2009.

Bissell, A.K. “A Reminiscence of Oak Ridge.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 39 (1967): 71-86.

Hutson, A.C., Jr. “The Coal Miners’ Insurrections of 1891 in Anderson County, Tennessee.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 7 (1935): 103-121.

Hutson, A.C., Jr. “The Overthrow of the Convict Lease System” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 8 (1936): 82-103.

Hunter, Edna Best. “ ‘I Worked at Oak Ridge’: An Early Narrative of Life in the Secret City.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 78 (2006): 73-83. 

Prince, R.P. and A. Milton Stanley. “What Does ‘K-25’ Stand For?: Deciphering the Origins of the Manhattan Project Code Names in Oak Ridge.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 72 (2000): 82-86.

See Also:

Oak Ridge and the Manhattan Project

Coal Creek War

The Clinton 12 and the Integration of Clinton High School