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Paris, Tennessee
History
Parsons, Tennessee
General, History, Historical Society
The museum collects and exhibits artifacts related to the history of the Parsons and Greater Area. The museum depicts the story of farm and family life with a focus on native American artifacts, pioneer settlers, and the importance of railroad and river transportation to the area.
Memphis, Tennessee
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Natural History, Planetarium, Science
Pink Palace Museum: The Pink Palace Museum is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the Southeast. You can walk through a replica of the first self-service grocery store in the country, Clarence Saunders' Piggly Wiggly. Explore the cultural and natural history of the Mid-South through exciting exhibits, dioramas and audio-visuals. Trace Memphis' development from the time of Spanish explorers through the Civil War and the yellow fever epidemics.
Greeneville, Tennessee
Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Library, University
The President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library is housed in the second oldest building on the Tusculum College campus-"Old College". The building was built in 1841 for a total of $4,245.62. Andrew Johnson gave a $20.00 donation for the construction of the building, one of the largest local donations according to the minutes of the Board of Trustees.
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