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Introduction to the Resources of Tennessee
J. B. Killebrew
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Written in English
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The book gives a brief introduction to the region and cultural areas of the Appalachians. This book barely scratches the surface of Appalachian Studies. It is well written, informative, and worth reading. But I recommend a series of books if you wish to study and learn more of the s: Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources is the result of a project of the Tennessee Library Bicentennial Committee (TLBC), formed by Dr. Edwin S. Gleaves, Tennessee State Librarian & Archivist (retired), in late It was compiled by and for Tennessee public librarians, in honor of Tennessee's bicentennial celebration,
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Nashville, Tenn.: Tavel, Eastman & Howell, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ashley, Geo. (George Hall), Outline introduction Introduction to the Resources of Tennessee book the mineral resources of Tennessee.
Nashville, Folk-Keelin Print. The chapter on Wayne County is reproduced here, from the original book, courtesy of Mr. Jerry MOORE who donated a copy of the volume to the Office of the County Historian.
Bibliography: KILLEBREW, J. B., assisted by J. SAFFORD, Introduction to the Resources of Tennessee, Nashville, Tenn. Tavel, Eastman & Howell, Printers to the State, An introduction to Tennessee that includes information about the state capitol, how the state got its name, the state's nicknames, how the state citizens are addressed, and the state quarter.
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A general introduction includes topography, geological formations, climate, soils, timber, farm products, livestock, mineral resources. Get this from a library. First and second reports of the Bureau of Agriculture for the State of Tennessee.
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