An Evening with Ken Burns


East Tennessee Historical Society


Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law

Knoxville Stomp Festival of Lost Music

The Knoxville Stomp is a four-day festival celebrating the re-mastering and release of a newly recovered collection of recordings made at Knoxville, Tennessee’s St. James Hotel in 1929 and 1930 known as the Knoxville Sessions.

The Freedom Engine

Following the events of September 11, 2001, East Tennesseans contributed more than $940,000 to purchase and equip a 95-foot tower ladder truck for Harlem-based Ladder Company 14, helping the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) replenish the largest vehicles in the city's firefighting fleet. The so-called “Freedom Engine,” built by Seagrave Fire Apparatus of Clintonville, Wisconsin, went into service during March 2002 and was dedicated on September 11th of that year.


ETHS Online Store

History buffs and casual shoppers can find a wide array of gift and history-related items in the Museum Shop.  Regional crafts, jewelry, logo and children's items, and a wide selection of books on East Tennessee and state history are featured.

Members of the East Tennessee Historical Society receive a 10% discount on shop purchases (contact us for the coupon code), as well as free admission to the museum all year round.