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History of Nashville, Tenn

by John Wooldridge

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Published by Pub. for H. W. Crew, by the Publishing house of the Methodist Episcopal church, South in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith full outline of the natural advantages, accounts of the Mound builders, Indian tribes, early settlement, organization of the Mero district, and ... history of the city down to the present time ...
    ContributionsHoss, Elijah Embree, bp., 1849-1919, Reese, William B.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination656 p.
    Number of Pages656
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25944680M

    Defunct Books is a used bookstore specializing in used, out-of-print, rare & collectible books in Nashville, Tennessee. The Tennessee Historical Society is the state affiliate of National History Day. THS publishes the Tennessee Historical Quarterly. Tennessee history, heritage, culture, politics, music and the Civil War Tennessee. Founded in , the Tennessee Historical Society is the oldest continually operating historical organization in Tennessee.

    Goodspeed Publishing Co. History of Tennessee, from the earliest time to the present; together with an historical and a biographical sketch of Giles, Lincoln, Franklin and Moore counties. Nashville, Tenn., The Goodspeed Publishing Company, Web.. Nashville, THC, pp. (reprinted by UT Press) Williams, Samuel C. "Colonel Elijah Clarke in the TN country." GA Hist. Q. 25 (), pp. Young, Carol F. "A study of some developing interpretations of the history of revolutionary TN." ETHSP 25 (), pp. Young, Rogers W. Rifles & riflemen at the Battle of Kings Mountain.

    Tennessee Historical Quarterly. One of the best state historical journals in the United States, the Tennessee Historical Quarterly is published by the Tennessee Historical Society four times a year. This scholarly, illustrated journal features the finest articles, book reviews, and edited primary materials covering all aspects and periods of Tennessee and southern history. Nashville Broadcasting, by veteran broadcaster Lee Dorman, is available at all Nashville area bookstores, or online from this is part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series, and includes photos depicting the growth of broadcasting in Nashville. Radio stations which went on the air beginning in and television stations beginning in are included.


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