Wayne County Historical Society







Founded 1970

The Wayne County Historical Society was founded in 1970 by a group of individuals who sought to preserve and record the history of the county and its people. The Society has met on a quarterly basis since its beginning and the meetings have generally had programs designed around a specific topic relating to the history, genealogy, folklore and archaeology of the county.

The Society began publication of a quarterly journal "The Wayne County Historian" in March of 1988. The "Historian" is mailed free to all members of the Society and to permanent repositories: The Library of Congress, the Tennessee State Library, the Wayne County Public Library and to each of the three high school libraries in the county. The Society also maintains an exchange program with several other societies and organizations throughout the United States. These exchange journals are deposited in the Wayne County Public Library as a permanent repository.

Membership in the Wayne County Historical Society is open to anyone interested in the history, genealogy, folklore and archaeology of Wayne County, Tennessee. Membership dues fall into two categories:

1. Individual Membership - $20.00 per year

2. Sustaining Membership - $50.00 per year
    The Sustaining Membership category is for individuals who wish to contribute more in support
    of the Society and for business/corporate members.

 

If you are interested in membership in the Society please contact the Wayne County Historical Society, P.O. Box 866, Waynesboro, TN 38485-0866.

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