Digital Library of Tennessee
Digital Library of Tennessee Unites Cultural Heritage Across the State
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new research portal for the Digital Library of Tennessee (DLTN), which brings together more than 80,000 unique cultural heritage resources from libraries, archives, and museums in the state of Tennessee.
Available from tn.dp.la
, the Digital Library of Tennessee highlights historical narratives, such as the state’s pivotal role in the ratification of the 19th amendment to the United States Constitution which gave women the right to vote; and primary source formats, including maps, musical performances, photographs, newspapers, postcards, and oral histories.
The website centralizes access to rich, hard-to-find resources in Tennessee and is intended for everyone: K-12 educators, scholarly researchers, local historians, and the general public.
About the Digital Library of Tennessee
The Digital Library of Tennessee is the product of five years of collaboration among our partner repositories, which include the Country Music
Hall of Fame and Museum, Knox County Public Library, Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection, Memphis Public Library, Middle Tennessee State University, Nashville Public Library, Rhodes College, Tennessee State Library and Archives, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and the University of Tennessee. The Digital Library of Tennessee is made possible with support from the University of Tennessee, Tennessee State Library and Archives, Tenn-Share, and the Digital Public Library of America. If you would like to learn more, including how to contribute your institution’s unique material, please visit Digital Library of Tennessee tn.dp.la/about