Timeline of Nashville, Tennessee

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The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Nashville, Tennessee, United States.

Contents

Prior to 19th century

19th century

20th century

1900s-1940s

1950s-1990s

21st century

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Bibliography

Published in 19th century

Published in 20th century

1900s-1940s

1950s-1990s

  • Daniel R. Grant (1955). "Urban and Suburban Nashville: A Case Study in Metropolitanism". Journal of Politics. 17.
  • Eleanor Graham (1957). "Nashville Community Study". Peabody Journal of Education. 35.
  • Egerton, John (1979). Nashville: The Faces of Two Centuries, 1780–1980. Nashville, Tennessee: PlusMedia. LCCN   79089173.
  • Doyle, Don H. (1985). Nashville Since the 1920s
  • Frank Burns (1989). Robert B. Jones (ed.). Davidson County. Tennessee County History Series. Memphis State University Press. OCLC   6820526. Lock-green.svg (Includes information about Nashville)
  • Anita Shafer Goodstein (1989), Nashville, 1780-1860: from frontier to city, Gainesville: University of Florida Press, ISBN   0813009405
  • Don Harrison Doyle (1990), New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, 1860-1910, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ISBN   0807818836
  • Robert G. Spinney (1995). "Municipal Government in Nashville, Tennessee, 1938-1951: World War II and the Growth of the Public Sector". Journal of Southern History. 61.
  • Lovett, Bobby L. (1999). African-American History of Nashville, Tennessee, 1780–1930: Elites and Dilemmas. University of Arkansas Press. ISBN   1-55728-555-1.
  • Carey, Bill (2000). Fortunes, Fiddles, & Fried Chicken: A Nashville Business History. Franklin, Tennessee: Hillsboro Press. ISBN   1-57736-178-4.

Published in 21st century

  • Egerton, John; Wood, E. Thomas, eds. (2001). Nashville: An American Self-Portrait. Nashville, Tennessee: Beaten Biscuit Press. ISBN   0-9706702-1-4.
  • Duke, Jan (2005). Historic Photos of Nashville. Nashville, Tennessee: Turner Publishing. ISBN   978-1-59652-184-1.
  • Richard Pillsbury, ed. (2006). "Nashville". Geography. New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture. Vol. 2. University of North Carolina Press. p. 180. OCLC   910189354.
  • Southern Foodways Alliance, University of Mississippi (2006), Camp Nashville: A Bibliography of Music City and Meat-N-Threes
  • Padgett, David A. (2007). "Nashville". In Bullard, Robert D. (ed.). Growing Smarter: Achieving Livable Communities, Environmental Justice, and Regional Equity. MIT Press. p. 127. ISBN   978-0-262-52470-4.
  • McGuire, Jim (2007). Historic Photos of the Opry: Ryman Auditorium 1974. Nashville, Tennessee: Turner Publishing. ISBN   978-1-59652-373-9.
  • Zepp, George R. (2009). Hidden History of Nashville. Charleston, South Carolina: History Press. ISBN   978-1-59629-792-0.
  • Haugen, Ashley Driggs (2009). Historic Photos of Nashville in the 50s, 60s and 70s. Nashville, Tennessee: Turner Publishing. ISBN   978-1-59652-539-9.
  • Anthony J. Nownes, David J. Houston, and Marc Schwerdt (2010). "An assessment of the city-county consolidation of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee". In Suzanne M. Leland; Kurt Thurmaier (eds.). City-County Consolidation: Promises Made, Promises Kept?. Georgetown University Press. ISBN   978-1-58901-622-4.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  • Houston, Benjamin (2012). The Nashville Way: Racial Etiquette and the Struggle for Social Justice in a Southern City. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press. ISBN   978-0-8203-4327-3.
  • Lloyd, Richard; Christens, Brian D. (2012). "Reaching for Dubai: Nashville Dreams of a Twenty-First-Century Skyline". In Peterson, Marina; McDonogh, Gary (eds.). Global Downtowns. City in the Twenty-First Century. University of Pennsylvania Press. ISBN   978-0-8122-0805-4.

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