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The Gordon Browning Museum serves as a repository for documents, images, and artifacts representing the history and culture of Carroll Count in Tennessee. The Museum is named after Gordon Brown, the 2-time Governor of the State of Tennessee. It houses papers, photographs, and other personal effects that pertain to the former governor. It is operated by the Carroll County Historical Society together with the city, county, and state organizations.

The Museum also houses the Genealogical Library Collections that contains significant and unique books as well as microfilm materials focusing on the history of Tennessee. It also covers the northwestern region of the state and Carroll County. Family histories, census materials, and regional indexes to obituaries, cemeteries can be found here as well.
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