Heritage Center of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County

The Heritage Center of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County serves as a visitor orientation center that tells Rutherford County's most powerful and compelling stories through permanent and temporary exhibits. The Center is also a learning lab for MTSU students.

Tennessee Century Farms

Since 1985, the Center for Historic Preservation has honored the dedication and contributions of families who have owned and farmed the same land for at least 100 years. Over 1,500 farms have been recognized, with at least one farm in each of Tennessee's counties.

Teaching with Primary Sources

Teaching with Primary Sources – Middle Tennessee State University, a program of the Library of Congress administered for Tennessee educators by the CHP, empowers students and educators to shape their own learning experiences by engaging the world through primary sources.

Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area

As a program of the Center for Historic Preservation, Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area provides leadership and support to organizations across the state, creating opportunities for education, interpretation, preservation, and economic development.

The American Democracy Project

The American Democracy Project at MTSU is the Middle Tennessee chapter of a multi-campus initiative focused on preparing the next generation of informed, engaged citizens for our democracy. (Photo by J. Intintoli, MTSU Creative and Visual Services.)
Enjoy Tennessee Farms and Farm Products This Summer

Enjoy Tennessee Farms and Farm Products This Summer

Summertime is perfect for enjoying Tennessee farm products at county fairs and farmers' markets. The Tennessee Century Farms Program documents and recognizes farms that have been in existence for at least 100 years.
2016 the Year of Anniversaries

2016 the Year of Anniversaries

There are a lot of anniversaries this year in the field of Historic Preservation. The first is the 110-year anniversary of the Antiquities Act that was signed by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906, which granted the American President to create national monuments...
TPS Summer Institute Focuses on the New South

TPS Summer Institute Focuses on the New South

This year's Teaching with Primary Sources-MTSU Summer Institute is looking at the post-Civil War decades in Tennessee by focusing on "Tennessee in the New South: Politics and Progressivism." (Image courtesy of the Library of Congress.)