Daily and nondaily newspapers
|Title||Locale||Year est.||Year ceased||Notes|
|Brownlow's Whig||Knoxville||1849||1871||Began in 1839 in Elizabethton|
|Chattanooga Evening News||Chattanooga||1888||Became Chattanooga News-Free Press in 1940, Chattanooga Free Press in 1993, and Chattanooga Times Free Press in 1999|
|Knoxville Negro World||Knoxville|
|Memphis Daily Scimitar||Memphis||1881||Became News Scimitar in 1907, Memphis Press-Scimitar in 1926|
|Memphis Free Speech||Memphis||1888|
|Nashville Union and American||Nashville||Was publishing in 1868.|
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Newspapers that are freely available on the Internet
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