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History and Heritage in Frayser, TN

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Mission Statement: The National Civil Rights Museum, located at the Lorraine Motel, the assassination site of Dr....


The store's family motto is, "If you can't find it at A. Schwab's, you're better off without it!" As the ...


Magevney House

Memphis, TN

Born in County Fermanagh, Ireland, 1798: immigrated to the United States, 1828; settled in Memphis, 1833. His home wa...


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Once the center of black-owned businesses and nightclubs, Beale became the home of the blues at the turn of the 20t...


St. Peter's was founded in 1840, the first Roman Catholic parish in West Tennessee and given to the Dominican Order i...


The Bartlett Museum, located in the Gotten House, contains historical displays that serve to help our citizens ...


A toll road of 1829 became Stage Road, Bartlett's main street. In 1856 the town was called Union Depot. Incorporated ...


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The Chickasaw Bluffs Trail runs for 8 miles north-south along the western edge of Chickasaw Bluff Three, next to sw...


In 1977 WLOK became Memphis' first African-American owned radio station. Established on this site, Gilliam Communicat...


Calvary Cemetery

Memphis, TN

Consecrated in 1867 to serve the booming populations of the Catholic Irish, Germans and Italians, Calvary became the ...


Tom Lee Monument

Memphis, TN

Late afternoon of May 8, 1925, Tom Lee (1886-1952) steered his 28' skiff Zev upriver after delivering an official to ...


Built circa 1852, this 25-room Italian villa-style mansion was home to the Isaac Kirtland, Benjamin Babb, James C. Ne...


(obverse) This church was founded on Dec. 28, 1844, on Front St. near Gayoso. It has since become the parent of ten d...


Casey Jones

Memphis, TN

From a station located on this site the night of Apr. 29. 1900, John Luther Jones, replacing the regularly detailed e...


Piggly Wiggly

Memphis, TN

Marker Front: With a brass band, a beauty contest, flowers for the ladies, and balloons for the children Clarence Sau...


Memphis Martyrs

Memphis, TN

In August, 1878, fear of death caused a panic during which 30,000 of 50,000 Memphians fled this bluff city. By Octobe...


In 1952, Roberta Church became the first black woman in Memphis to be elected to public office and to the Tennessee R...


(obverse) Christian Brothers High School Christian Brothers High School, the oldest high school for boys in Memphis, ...


In a house which stood here in antebellum days lived Nathan Bedford Forrest. Born in middle Tennessee, 1821, he spent...


Zippin Pippin

Memphis, TN

The wooden roller coaster erected on the Fairgrounds in 1923 was the Mid-South’s premier outdoor amusement park ride ...

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