Tech Goes Home CHA strives to ensure that all residents of Chattanooga and the greater Hamilton County area are equipped with the tools, training, and access to support 21st century skills development. The Tech Goes Home CHA program offers residents the ability to improve their quality of life as new members of the online community. Upon completion, participants have the option of purchasing a new computer for $50 and access help signing up for low-cost Internet access.
In-library use only. One of the largest collections of family history data online.
Index to obituaries published in the Chattanooga Times, News Free Press, and Chattanooga Times Free Press, complied by library staff. Years 1897-2014 now available.
Genealogy Connect will include more than 1,500 reference works, including trusted sources from Genealogical Publishing and Clearfield Company. Researchers can use Gale Genealogy Connect to search quickly across multiple volumes, identifying connections and enriching family history.
Includes U. S. federal census records, PERiodical Source Index, family and local histories, and Revolutionary War files.
Do terms like: cultural identity, linguistic traditions, archeological markers, fragmentary migrations, kinship, and ethno history get your blood flowing?
If you said “Yes!” you’ll enjoy The Worlds the Shawnee Made: Migration and Violence in Early America, by Stephen Warren.
October is Tennessee Archives Month. The theme for 2014 is “Accidentally on Purpose: Acquisition, Care, & Promotion of Unusual or Specialized Collections.” These interesting or unusual items provide challenges for archivists and sometimes fill in an undocumented piece of history. These odd collections are the sprinkles on the archives cupcake.