Alvin C. York

Birdwell, Michael E. “Old Hickory and the Hindenburg Line: The 30th Division in World War I.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 74 (2002): 1-23.

Lillard, Stewart. “Highway 30: The David Wiley Lillard Memorial Highway.” Tennessee Ancestors 26, no. 3 (December 2010): 156-169

Newman, John J. “Knox County and East Tennessee World War I Draft Registration Cards.” Tennessee Ancestors 18, no. 3 (December 2002): 202-216.

Coal Creek War

Hutson, A.C., Jr. “The Coal Miners’ Insurrections of 1891 in Anderson County, Tennessee.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 7 (1935): 103-121.

Hutson, A.C., Jr. “The Overthrow of the Convict Lease System” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 8 (1936): 82-103.

Harry T. Burn and the Perfect 36

Ida B. Wells

Lakin, Matthew. “ ‘A Dark Night’: The Knoxville Race Riot of 1919.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 72 (2000): 1-29.

Lamon, Lester C. “Tennessee Race Relations and the Knoxville Riot of 1919.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 41 (1969): 67-85.

Scopes Trial

Eigelsbach, William B. and Jamie Sue Linder. “ ‘If Not the People Who?’: Prosecution Correspondence Preparatory to the Scopes Trial.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 70 (1998): 81-96. (Part 1)

Eigelsbach, William B. and Jamie Sue Linder. “ ‘If Not the People Who?’: Prosecution Correspondence Preparatory to the Scopes Trial.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 70 (1998): 81-96. (Part 2)

Additional Related Articles

“A Good Templar’s ‘Journal.’” Ed. by Grace Leah and Charles Z. Roettger. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 31 (1959): 83-94.

"A Spanish-American War Letter.” Tennessee Ancestors 13, no. 3 (December 1997): 203-205.Govan, Gilbert E. “The Solid South?” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 12 (1940): 3-15.

Leah, Grace. “Tennessee Temperance Activities, 1870-1899.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 21 (1949): 52-68.

Link, Arthur S. “Democratic Politics and the Presidential Campaign of 1912 in Tennessee.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 18 (1946): 107-130.

Turpie, David C. “ ‘Opposition to President McKinley’s Administration is the Real Motive’: Henry R. Gibson’s 1899 Speech on Imperialism and the Hypocrisy of Southern Democrats.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 85 (2013): 108-122.

Wolfe, Margaret Ripley. “Bootleggers, Drummers, and National Defense: Sideshow to Reform in Tennessee, 1915-1920.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 49 (1977): 77-92.