Tennessee State Seal
Discovering the History of Nashville
Tennessee State Library and Archives Workshop, presented by David Ewing
(Published: March 3, 2015)

Join David Ewing for a look at Nashville’s unique history through the Tennessee State Library and Archives’s (TSLA) historical materials and from his own historical research. In this free workshop, Ewing will discuss how to navigate the TSLA’s records to research Nashville history, and to locate information about your own Nashville ancestors.

The workshop will be held from 9:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. March 28.

Ewing is a ninth generation Nashvillian, lawyer and historian. He has been researching Nashville and his family at the Tennessee State Library and Archives for 20 years. He has previously served on the Metro Historical Commission, and the board of The Hermitage and Travellers Rest. He is a founding member of the TSLA Friends. His Facebook page "The Nashville I Wish I Knew" was selected in 2013 as the best Facebook website by the Nashville Scene's Best of Readers and Editors poll.

Those wishing to attend this workshop must contact TSLA to make a reservation as the number of seats is limited. Parking is available in the front, on the side, and in back of the Library and Archives building. Patrons can register by telephone by calling (615) 741-2764, or by e-mail at:  workshop.tsla@tn.gov. For more information contact:                 

TSLA PUBLIC SERVICES

403 SEVENTH AVENUE NORTH

Nashville, TN 37243

Phone: (615) 741-2764 Fax: (615) 253-6471

Email:  workshop.tsla@tn.gov