Putnam District Library

Nashville, Michigan Centennial Book

Link to Nashville Centennial History book

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce passed a motion to organize a Centennial Celebration to take place in 1969. In preparation, a history book was created containing various pieces of the history of Nashville.

Nashville celebrated 150 years as a village on August 2-4, 2019.  This event is also known as the Sesquicentennial Celebration. To find out more information about the what happened during the event, visit the Nashville Sesquicentennial Facebook page, or email Nashville150Years@gmail.com.

Nashville also has a newly founded historical society. The society strives is to teach, preserve, protect, and create awareness of the history of Nashville. To get in touch with the historical society, visit Nashville Michigan Historical Society on Facebook, email nashvillehistoricalsociety@gmail.com or call 517-582-0481.

The library offers access to its Local History Room each month. This room features old photos, maps, documents, and more about the Village of Nashville and surrounding area. This room is generally accessible 2-3 times a month, except for the winter months. Visit the library's calendar to find out the next time the room will be open.