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2014 Newsletters

  • August 2014: NashvilleNext Meeting to Go: Preservation in Nashville; Created Equal: America’s Struggle for Civil Rights; 2014 Nashville Nine
  • July 2014: Created Equal: America’s Struggle for Civil Rights, Encyclopedia of Nashville and Davidson County, 2014 Nashville Nine
  • June 2014: MHZC Seeks Your Input, Created Equal: America’s Struggle for Civil Rights, Encyclopedia of Nashville and Davidson County, 2014 Preservation Awards
  • May 2014: Eastwood NCZO Expansion, Encyclopedia of Nashville and Davidson County, 2014 Preservation Awards, MHZC Seeks Your Input, Created Equal: America’s Struggle for Civil Rights
  • April 2014: MHZC Seeks Your Input, National Register Update, Preservation Awards, Created Equal: America’s Struggle for Civil Rights
  • March 2014: Old House Fair, Hillsboro-West End NCZO Expansion, Call for Nominations: Preservation Awards, Created Equal
  • February 2014: Nashville Conference on African-American History and Culture, Old House Fair, Preservation Awards, Friends of Kellytown
  • January 2014: Historical Marker Update, New Events for the New Year, Preservation Awards

2013 Newsletters

  • December 2013: Historical Marker Update, Save these Dates in 2014, Preservation Awards
  • November 2013: New Staff Member, New Historical Marker, Nashville's Endangered Sites, Barefoot Ball
  • October 2013: Final Civil War Lecture, Archaeology Lunch-N-Learn, National Genealogy Conference
  • September 2013: New Historical Markers, Civil War Lecture Series, City Cemetery Living History Tour
  • August 2013: Nashville’s Newest Historic Landmark, Civil War Lecture Series, Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle
  • July 2013: National Register Update, Civil War Lecture Series, Music at the Mansion
  • June 2013: New Neighborhood Conservation Zoning Overlay District, Civil War Lecture Series and Brochure, Preservation Awards Winners
  • May 2013: New Civil War Lecture Series & Brochure, Preservation Awards, Memorial Day Dash
  • April 2013: Civil War Sesquicentennial Symposium, Preservation Awards, Metro @ 50
  • March 2013: Old House Fair, Lunch and Learn, New Deadlines for Permit Applications, 38th Annual Preservation Awards
  • February 2013: Annual Conference on African-American History & Culture, Old House Fair, Preservation Awards
  • January 2013: Old House Fair, Know Nashville, Annual Conference on African-American History & Culture

2012 Newsletters

  • December 2012: New and Returning Markers; Nashville 2040; 1877 Archaeological Expeditions in Middle Tennessee; Historic Holiday Happenings
  • November 2012: Middle Tennessee and the Cold War; Garrison Days at Fort Negley; In the Footsteps of Sergeant York
  • October 2012: New Historical Markers; Nashville Nine; Commemorating the Cuban Missile Crisis
  • September 2012: Battle of Nashville Driving Tour; TPT-Preservation Station Partnership; Shelby Park’s Centennial Celebration
  • August 2012: National Register Update; Discovering the Records of TN, KY and Whiskey Stills; Music at the Mansion
  • July 2012: Marker Update; Celebrate Metro at 50; Parks and Recreation Month; Share Your Fort Negley Stories
  • June 2012: 2012 Preservation Awards; Window Preservation Workshops in Kentucky; Stories of North Edgefield History Series
  • May 2012: National Register of Historic Places Update; 2012 Preservation Awards; Old House Fair & Statewide Preservation Conference
  • April 2012: Historical Marker Update; Fort Nashborough Day; 2012 Preservation Awards; Old House Fair & Statewide Preservation Conference
  • March 2012: Nashville Women during the Civil War; Nashville 102; Preservation Awards
  • February 2012: Meet Our New Commissioners; Civil War Sesquicentennial Event; African-American History Events at Metro Archives
  • January 2012: 31st Annual Nashville Conference on African-American History and Culture; Civil War Sesquicentennial Event; Nashville 101