Brian Kyle received an award of distinction for organizing the J.L. Cook School Alumni Night in Philadelphia, Tennessee.
The Greeneville Greene County History Museum received an award of distinction for the Willie Brown Exhibit, “Vintage Greeneville–Pictures from the Past” and its interpretive videos/promotions.
The Jonesborough Genealogical Society received two awards of distinction, one for the Jonesborough Heritage Fair and the other for its bus tours of Washington County. The society also received a history in the media award for the newspaper column “Digging for Your Roots.”
Julian Bankston (left) and Peter Merrill (right) received an award of distinction for the Historic Rugby Print Shop Restorations.
Terry L. Futrell and Michael W. Nance received an award of distinction for Civil War Sourcebook: Morgan County, Tennessee.
Tyler Boyd received an award of distinction for the book Tennessee Statesman Harry T. Burn: Woman Suffrage, Free Elections, & a Life of Service.
Vicki Hines received an award of distinction for researching and authoring the biographies John Sevier and the Revolutionary Battle, James Robertson and First Frontier, and John Donelson and the Daring Flotilla, all for State Standards publishing. (photo credit: Tennessee Association of School Librarians)
Michael W. Nance received an award of distinction for Blood on the Water: The History of the Clear Creek Community of Morgan County, Tennessee.
Whitney Butler received the Award of Distinction for her documentary, Inside the Life of a Veteran, in Newport, Tennessee.
Ted Olson and William Turner received the Award of Distinction for their podcast, Sepia Tones: Exploring Black Appalachian Music. They are based in Johnson City, Tennessee.