Welcome to the new Thomas J. Garland Library website!
This website has been designed to supplement the library’s services, providing additional support for the students, faculty, and staff of the Tusculum College community. Community members may also access our resources if they have a Greeneville-Greene County Public Library Card. Read the rest of this entry »
Monster Hunt Winners
There are still plenty of bounty contracts on the tree. Come and see if you can name these elusive beasties!
Want to know more about the Monster Hunt? Check out this post for the rules.
Haints & Boogers – October 27th, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Join us for a night of terrifying tales on Monday October 27th, 6:00pm-7:00pm.
Feel free to stay afterward for some spooky treats!
And, as always, if you have any questions, please contact us.
Want to learn more about ghosts, witches, and monsters of myth and legend?
Try one of these!
You can find them on the display in the Greeneville location lobby, or check your local public library. Many are also available as e-books.
- Signet Anthology: Frankenstein, Dracula, and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
- The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells. Also available as an e-book.
- Dracula by Bram Stoker. Also available as an e-book.
- Elder Tales: Stories of wisdom and courage from around the world by Dan Keding. Also available as an e-book.
- Haunted Tennessee by Charles Edwin Price.
- Cry “witch”: the Salem witch trials, 1692 edited by Juliet H. Mofford.
- Tales of Mystery and Terror by Edgar Allan Poe; adapted by Marjorie Katz, illustrations by Pablo Marcos.
- Oceanic Mythology: the myths of Polynesia, Micronesia, Melanesia, Australia by Roslyn Poignant
- The Ancient Egyptians: beliefs and practices by Rosalie David
- Folk religion in Japan; continuity and change Edited by Joseph M. Kitagawa and Alan L. Miller
- Ozark Superstitions by Vance Randolph
- The Supernatural Omnibus, being a collection of stories of apparitions, witchcraft with an introduction by Montague Summers.
- Great tales of terror and the supernaturaledited by Herbert A. Wise and Phyllis Fraser
- In search of Dracula: the history of Dracula and vampires by Raymond T. McNally
- The man in the iron mask: the true story of the most famous prisoner in history and the four Musketeers by Roger MacDonald
- The Cambridge companion to Gothic fictionedited by Jerrold E. Hogle
- The fairies in English tradition and literatureby Katharine Mary Briggs
- A Clutch of Vampiresby Raymond T. McNally
- The Brothers Grimm by Ruth Michaelis-Jena
- Elegant Nightmares: the English ghost story from Le Fanu to Blackwoodby Jack Sullivan
- Gothicby Fred Botting
- Hauntings: Mysteries of the unknown by the editors of Time-Life books
- Demon in the woods: tall tales and true from East Tennesseeby Charles Edwin Price
- Strange tales of the dark and bloody ground: authentic accounts of restless spirits, haunted honky-tonks, and eerie events in Tennessee compiled by Christopher Kiernan Coleman
- Haints, witches, and boogers: tales from Upper East Tennesseeby Charles Edwin Price
- Gods and myths of the Viking ageby H. R. Ellis Davidson
- A guide to the Salem witchcraft hysteria of 1692by David C. Brown
- Nightmares and Dreamscapes by Stephen King
- The granny curse and other ghosts and legends from East Tennesseeby Janet Barnett and Randy Russell
- The infamous Bell witch of Tennessee by Charles Edwin Price
- The world on bloodby Jonathan Nasaw
- Memnoch the Devilby Anne Rice
- Witches of the Atlantic world: a historical reader & primary sourcebook edited by Elaine G. Breslaw
- Mythology of the British Islesby Geoffrey Ashe
- From Asgard to Valhalla: the remarkable history of the Norse mythsby Heather O’Donoghue. Also available as an e-book.
- The Druids by Stuart Piggott
Garland library is happy to offer a one month trial of Eighteenth Century Collections Online. The trial expires on November 10th, so please send us your feedback via the form at the bottom of the page or by email to Crystal Johnson(firstname.lastname@example.org). Read the rest of this entry »
Where is it?
Media:scape mobile is currently housed in study room 316. If you would like a demonstration on how to use media:scape mobile, please ask a library staff member or set up an appointment with Crystal Johnson. Study rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. For more information, please see our Group Study Room Policy. Read the rest of this entry »