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    2015 a trial at the Sevier County Courthouse in De Queen, Arkansas was disrupted by 30 bats that flew in to the courtroom. Although the ensuing “disorder in the court” subsided when the lights were turned off and the trial was relocated to another location, it probably doesn’t bode well that, according to the county’s…

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    The Tennessee State Museum

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    During my historical visit I visited the Tennessee state Museum in Downtown Nashville. The Tennessee State Museum is an extensive historical center in Nashville showing the historical backdrop of the U.S. condition of Tennessee. Beginning from pre colonization and going into the twentieth century, the exhibition hall translates the Frontline, the time of President Andrew Jackson and the American Civil War. The historical center's addition of outfits, weapons, and fight banners from the Civil War…

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    Poll Mall Places

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    The mountains of East Tennessee are filled with places of splendor and beauty. Places like The Great Smokey Mountains and the Big South Fork national parks come to mind. These places are of course filled with beauty unmatched by any in the United States. However, one place rivals these two like no other; that would be Pall Mall in Northern Fentress County. Pall Mall is situated in the Wolf River Valley on the Kentucky-Tennessee Border. Pall Mall is town of just over a thousand people and…

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    airport can be owned by a municipality, but operated by a regional or city-controlled airport authority. The majority of public airports in the United States are governed by airport authority. For instance, Dulles and Reagan Nation Airport are both owned by the federal government and operated by an airport authority, while states such as Alaska, Arizona, Minnesota, New Hampshire and Rhode Island operate individual service airports. The latter airports’ public entities that govern them are…

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    Emergency Management Plan

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    level of the state as whole. Ideally, these offices would also liaison with the Colonel of the Tennessee Highway Patrol and the state fire marshal. The state should offer a blueprint to the regions and counties to individualize their own emergency management plans. This would, once again, start with the city/county mayor and city/county EMA director working closely alongside…

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    In 1853 Andrew Johnson becomes governor of Tennessee and just three short years later earned a seat as a U.S. senator in 1857. At the beginning of Andrew’s new journey, he introduces the Homestead Bill to the U.S. senate in 1857. On November 6, 1860 Abraham Lincoln becomes the sixteenth president of the United Sates. When the Civil War broke out in 1861, Andrew decides to remain loyal to the Union and keeps his seat as a U.S. senate. It was not until 1862 when Andrew is appointed military…

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    The Natchez Trace

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    frontier settlements in Tennessee, Kentucky and the Ohio Valley with the lower Mississippi River. Sections of the original road, however, followed ancient Native American trails that had been in use for thousands of years before European explorers arrived in North America. It once was an essential trade route for farmers, Indians, and boatmen. The Natchez Trace links three of the largest water courses in the United States; Cumberland River, Tennessee River, and Mississippi River. The…

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    In his late teens, he began studying law in Salisbury, North Carolina. He was admitted to the bar in 1787, and soon after, the 21-year-old Jackson was appointed prosecuting attorney in the western district of North Carolina, an area that is now part of Tennessee..”Biography.com Editors” Jackson had a successful private practice and accumulated a great deal of money. In 1788, he moved to the frontier settlement of Nashville. Eventually, he became a wealthy landowner using the money he earned…

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    Wendy Parsons grew up in the small town of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. She had a brother, whom both enjoyed playing various sports. When she was twelve years old, she and her family moved to Nashville, Tennessee, and attended Brentwood high school. Her father, Gene Windham, was given the job as assistant coach of Vanderbilt University football team. During Wendy’s senior year of high school, she applied to four different colleges Ole Miss, the University of Alabama, Vanderbilt, and the University…

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    Davy Crockett was born on Aug 17, 1786 giving his parents a new life to take care of him in Greene County Tennessee. He had a house made out of wood and a beautiful, green forest around his house. He lived with a pioneer family in a cabin house. Where he lives there is a big, huge, large river called Nolichucky River and it is located in Tennessee at the east side of it. He is the 5th son of his family, and he has also had his parents. Also, during a time he became a famous person…

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