History

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Godey’s Magazine and Lady’s Book

Godey’s Magazine and Lady’s Book

Godey's Magazine and Lady's Book, published in Philadelphia, was very popular in the mid-late 19th century. It was advertised in the Pulaski Citizen. Not only did it contain poetry, articles, and engravings created by prominent writers and other artists of the time,...

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First Telephone Office

First Telephone Office

The first telephone service in Pulaski was over a toll line from Nashville in 1884. This line was constructed by the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company, which had been organized in 1883 with the general office in Nashville. In 1885 the company sent E. T. Baker...

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National Register of Historic Places

National Register of Historic Places

  Antoinette Hall is a contributing structure to the Pulaski Courthouse District in the National Register of Historic Places as designated by the U.S. Department of the Interior. This does not mean that Antoinette Hall or any of the buildings on the square...

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History of Antoinette Hall

History of Antoinette Hall

By Kimesia Chiles Isbell “Pulaski, Tennessee is to have one of the largest and most magnificent halls this side of Cincinnati,” announced The Pulaski Citizen on June 26, 1868. The opening of the opera house on December 25 of that same year began an era in Giles County...

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