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The Society of Tennessee Archivists was founded to enhance the educational development and professional standing of those who work or have an interest in archives, special collections, records management, and allied disciplines.

The Society of Tennessee Archivists invites membership from all persons interested in Tennessee's archives and historical resources. Membership is on a calendar-year basis. Currently, one meeting is held each year.

The Society of Tennessee Archivists, along with organizations from the states of Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi, is a member of the Southern Archives Conference (SAC). SAC meetings are held biennially, with the participating states taking turns hosting the event.

STA publishes a quarterly newsletter and invites contributions from members and non-members.

Latest News:

02.19.2014
Check out the Winter 2014 Newsletter!
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09.03.2013
Check out the Fall 2013 Newsletter!
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05.07.2013
Check out the Spring 2013 Newsletter!
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02.17.2013
Listen Up! Discovering, Sharing, and Preserving Our Stories
2013 Society of Tennessee Archivists Conference
October 16-18, 2013
Riverview Inn
Clarksville, TN

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08.20.2012
Check out the Fall 2012 Newsletter!
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05.07.2012
Check out the Spring 2012 Newsletter!
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11.07.2011
A Strategic Plan was approved by the Society of Tennessee Archivists membership in 2006. Five years later, in 2011, the STA Executive Committee seeks the creation of a new Strategic Plan in order to better plan for the future, enhance the organization, and better serve its membership base. Please take time to look over the draft of the plan and send your comments and suggestions to Lucinda.Cockrell@mtsu.edu or any of the Executive Committee members, or post them on the STA blog.
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08.22.2011
Check out the Summer/Fall 2011 Newsletter!
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06.30.2011
Top Ten Useful Disaster Preparedness Websites! Use it to do something that will make a difference when and if an emergency occurs because “protecting our collections is one of our fundamental responsibilities as archivists.”
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06.03.2011
Check out the Friends of Metro Archives website!
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03.01.2011
Check out the Winter 2011 Newsletter!
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Where Do I Find:

Volunteer Voices
Volunteer Voices
Volunteer Voices is a statewide digital collection from Tennessee institutions.

Cannon County, Tennessee, Collection

Cannon County, Tennessee, Collection, MTSU James E. Walker Library Digital Collections
Photographic collection documenting agricultural activities in Cannon County from the late 1940s to the mid 1970s.


Tennessee Virtual Archive
Tennessee Virtual Archive (TeVA)
Highlights from the collections of the Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Nashville Public Library Digital Collection
Nashville Public Library Digital Collection

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