History of Blount County

Blount County Black History Project - Then and Now

Blount County Black History Project -Then and Now as Told by Those Who Lived It. Charles Pride, Dorothy Kincaid, and Jo Davenport conducted and recorded interviews with black Blount County residents who helped shape the community during and after the integration of the public schools in the 1960's. Also included in the collection are photographs and other records documenting the project and black history in Blount County, Tennessee.

Blount County Virtual Archives

A series of collections that provide open access to content pertaining to Blount County, Maryville and Alcoa, Tennessee. Find materials that reflect historical actions of local governments, businesses, residents and institutions of these East Tennessee communities. These items include but are not limited to photographs, documents, periodical publications, maps and other records relating to the history and culture of East Tennessee.

Digital Photo Collections

View collections of historical photos of the William Orland Garner collection and the historic survey of Blount County architecture.

Maryville High School Yearbooks

Yearbooks, 1919-1977 have been digitized and are now available on the Maryville City Schools website in the Alumni Affairs section.