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The mission of the Tennessee State Archives is to acquire and administer public records and other historical documentary materials that have permanent value, so as to provide reliable and authentic evidence of the government of Tennessee and the historical experience of its citizens for the benefit of the government and citizens of the state.
The Tennessee State Museum's interpretive exhibits begin 15,000 years ago and continue through the early 1900s interpreting Tennessee's history during the Prehistoric, Frontier, Age of Jackson, Antebellum, Civil War, Reconstruction, and New South periods.
Serving Thomas County, Georgia, the Thomas County Library is headquartered in Thomasville, with neighborhood branches in Boston, Coolidge, Meigs, Ochlocknee and Pavo.
The Thomas F. Holgate Library seeks to accommodate the educational programs, philosophy, mission, goals and objectives of the College.
The Thurgood Marshall Library enhances the mission of Bowie State University by developing, selecting, acquiring, and organizing print, electronic, audio visual resources, and equipment appropriate to the University's academic programs.
The Troup County Historical Society and Archives provides a central location for the permanent preservation of historical papers and assists in the management of local government records for Troup County, Georgia.
The Tubman Museum is a private, non-profit organization, whose focus is African American art, history, and culture. The museum offers a wide range of exhibits, educational and family programs, special events, and a year-round calendar of Outreach offerings--including summer camps for youth; math and reading workshops for at-risk students; the Pan African Festival of Georgia; an Art and History school, after-school and community outreach program; and a new Distance Learning program.