OUR POPULAR WAGS BULLETINS, VOLUMES 1 THROUGH 31 ARE NOW AVAILABLE ON DVD. Click HERE for more information.
Also available now on DVD:
This DVD includes information on 60 Confederate and 14 Union Civil War Soldiers interred in Oak Hill Cemetery and the military units they served with. The author has included compiled military service records, period music, flag presentation ceremony and photos with live footage link to enhance the DVD making for hours of reading for the viewer. Interesting data was found in researching the soldiers. Price: $15.00 each plus $3.50 shipping/handling charge.
Washington County, Tennessee Death Records, 1925-1936, by WAGS 2009 $25.00
|Tennessee Bible and Family Records, Bicentennial Issue 1796-1996, published by WAGS, 1996. This book is 8.5″ x11″, hardcover, Smythe sewn, buckram binding, acid-free paper, 390 pages, plus 76 pages of 3 column, full name index. $10.00||On sale now for $5.00 & $5.00 postage.
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|Subject Index of the WAGS Bulletins, 1972-2001 48 pages. paperback $12.00|
|WAGS BULLETINS, For a list of back issues and price, send a stamped-self-address envelope to : Watauga Association of Genealogists, PO Box 117, Johnson City, TN 37605-0117|
|Washington County, Tennessee Marriage Records, 1871-1899. The book is 8.5″ x 11,” laminated softcover, perfect binding, 248 pages, acid-free paper. Index lists the full name of the brides, grooms, and persons officiating. $25.00||On sale now for $15.00 & $5.00 postage.
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|Cemeteries of Unicoi County, by the Unicoi County (TN) Historical Society. hardcover, 427 pages||$33.00|
|Connection in East Tennessee, by Olga Jones Edwards and Izora Waters Frizzell.trade paperback, 430 pages||$30.00|
|Heirloom Conversation Guide: Easy, Effective, Inexpensive Ways to Record a Life Story, by Tracy Witham. trade paperback, 32 pages||$10.00|
|History of the Family of Addington in United States and England, by Hugh A. Addington. hardcover, 120 pages||$10.00|
|John Sevier as a Commonwealth Builder, by James R. Gilmore. hardcover||$20.00|
|Nolichucky Jack, by John T. Faris. hardcover||
|Samuel Doak, by Earle W. Crawford. paperback||$6.00|
|Walking With the Walkers, by Edward R. Walker III. paperback.||
|Appalachian Scrapbook, by Pauline Cheek. Juvenile non-fiction, paperback, 161 pages||$15.00|
|Before Tennessee: The Southwest Territory, 1790-1796, by Walter Durham. paperback||$18.00|
|Between the States: Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia During the Civil War, by V.N. “Bud” Phillips. hardcover||$25.00|
|Blue Ridge Stemwinder: an Illustrated History of the East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad and the Linville River Railway, by John R. Waite and Chris H. Ford. hardcover||$60.00|
|Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia: a History 1852-1900, by V.N. “Bud” Phillips. hardcover||$28.00|
|Book of Kings: the King Family’s Contribution to the History of Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia, by V.N. “Bud” Phillips. hardcover||$30.00|
|Bridge Spanning Time: the Queen Spanning Time,by Lanette Depew. paperback||$10.00|
|Civil and Political History of Tennessee, by John Haywood. hardcover||$33.00|
|Day They Hung the Elephant, The, by Charles Edwin Price. paperback||$6.00|
|Emancipator, The, by Elihu Embree. paperback||$10.00|
|Franklin: The Stillborn State, by Dave Foster. paperback||$4.00|
|Gracie and the Mountain, by Emilie Ervin Powell. softcover||$10.00|
|Greasy Cove in Unicoi County, by Pat Alderman. paperback||$5.00|
|Growing Up Country and Liking It!, byGrace Ollis Calhoun, Jean Ollis Honeycutt and Jessie Shields Strickland. softcover||$7.00|
|Harpeth River: A Biography, by James A. Crutchfield. hardcover||$20.00|
|Historic Sullivan, by Oliver Taylor. hardcover||$30.00|
|History of Washington County, Tennessee, 2001. compiled by Washington County Historical Association. hardcover||$80.00
ON SALE FOR $30.00
|An Interview with Andrew Jackson, by Ruth Smalley. paperback||$10.00|
|An Interview with Andrew Johnson, by Ruth Smalley. paperback||$10.00|
|An Interview with James K. Polk, by Ruth Smalley. paperback||$10.00|
|Johnson City, The Way We Were, compiled by J.O. Leiws. paperback||$5.00|
|Jonesborough: The First Century of Tennessee’s First Town, by Paul M. Fink. hardcover||$18.00|
|Kingsport: a Romance of Industry, by Howard Long. hardcover||$22.00|
|Life in the Orphanage [Knoxville]||$13.00|
|Sketches of Tennessee’s Pioneer Baptist Preachers, by J.J. Burnett. hardcover||$22.00|
|Sullivan County Tenensssee, by Dena Williams Porter. Juvenile non-fiction, paperback, 64 pages||$10.00|
|Tennessee Post Office Murals, by Howard Hull. paperback||$13.00|
|Tennessee Tales the Textbooks Don’t Tell, by Jennie Ivey, Calvin Dickinson and Lisa Rand, Juvenile non-fiction,200 pages hardcover, $22.95, softcover $12.95|
|Tennessee: Territory to Statehood, by Dave Foster. paperback||$5.00|
|Tilson Grist Mill, by Pat Alderman. paperback||$4.00|
|Trek of the Ancient Spirits: the Early History of Bays Mountain, Tennessee, by Brenda Calloway. paper||$15.00|
|Tweetsie Country, by Mallory Hope Ferrell, hardcover||$45.00|
|Tweetsie: the Blue Ridge Stemwinder, by Elizabeth Black and Julian Scheer. hardcover||$13.00|
|Unwelcome Assistant: Edward C. Huffaker and the Birth of Aviation, by Stephen and Julia Hensley, hardcover||$25.00|
|The Wataugans, by Max Dixon. paperback||$10.00|
|Widows’ Dowers of Washington County, Tennessee, 1803-1899, by Gary R. Toms and William R. Gann, hardcover, 506 pages $45.00|
History of Other States
German Invasion of Western North Carolina, by Jacqueline Burgin Painter. paperback, 127 pages
|History of Watauga County, North Carolina with Sketches of Prominent Families, by John Preston Arthur. hardcover, 380 pages||$33.00|
|Western North Carolina: a History from 1730 to 1913, by John Preston Arthur. hardcover, 679 pages||$38.00|
|Annals of Southwest Virginia, 1769-1800, by Lewis Preston Summers. Two volumes. hardcover||$75.00|
|History of Scott County, Virginia, by Robert M. Addington. hardcover||$25.00|
|History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786, by Lewis Preston Summers. hardcover||$43.00|
|School and Community History of Dickenson County, Virginia, edited by Dennis Reedy. hardcover||$22.00|
|Story of Wise County, Virginia, by Luther F. Addington. hardcover||$25.00|
|Tazewell County, by Louise Leslie. hardcover||$35.00|
|Wise County, Virginia, by Luther F. Addington. hardcover||$28.00|
|Kentucky’s Last Frontier, by Henry P. Scalf. hardcover, 576 pages.||$35.00|
|Cherokee Indian History|
|Indian Summer: the Siege and Fall of Fort Loudon, by Joe D. Guy, softcover||$20.00|
|Nancy Ward, Dragging Canoe, by Pat Alderman. paperback, 90 pages||$10.00|
|Torchlights to the Cherokees, by Robert Sparks Walker. hardcover , 339 pages||$28.00|
Lest We Forget: the Melungeon Colony of Newman’s Ridge, by Jim Callahan. paperback, 225 pages
|The Melungeons, by Bonnie Ball. paperback, 114 pages||$10.00|
|My Melungeon Hertiage: a Story of Life on Newman’s Ridge, by Mattie Ruth Johnson. paperback, 156 pages||$13.00|
Battle of Cowpens: a Documented Narrative and Troop Movement Maps, by Edwin Cole Barnes. paperback, 58 pages
|Bridge Burners by Cameron Judd. paperback||$10.00|
|Carter’s Raid by William Garrett Piston. paperback||$9.00|
|Cowpens Battlefield: a Walking Guide, by Lawrence E. Babits. paperback, 74 pages||$5.00|
|East Tennessee and the Civil War, by Oliver P. Temple. hardcover||$33.00|
|Erwin Nine WWII, by Hilda Pagett, 136 pages. paperback||$13.00|
|History of the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry, by Alexander Eckel, hardcover||$28.00|
|History of the 13th Regiment, Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, by Samuel W. Scott and Samuel P. Angel. hardcover $28.00|
|History of the First Regiment of the Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, by W.R. Carter. hardcover||$28.00|
|Jack May’s War, by Robert Perry. softcover||$15.00|
|Loyal Mountaineers of Tennessee, by Thomas William Humes. hardcover||$28.00|
Second Tuesday Help Night at JCPL
Need genealogy HELP? We have the answer.
Come to the Johnson City Public Library on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:30 PM and ask one of our knowledgeable helpers your genealogy questions.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 6 hours in advance, if you plan to come to the Help Night.
The Tennessee Room of the library has a large selection of genealogical publications.
WAGS meeting are held the 1st Tuesday of each month except January & February. They meet in the Jones Meeting Room of the Johnson City Public Library at 6:30 pm.
April 4th – Daniel Boone in Missouri by Nancy Ayers
May 2nd –
June 6 – Panel Discussion on DNA
July – No Meeting
August 1 – Unusual Finds in the Washington County Archives by Donna Briggs
September – Genealogy Toolbox, pt. 2 by Margaret Hougland
November – Allen Jackson will present a military theme program.