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Slow Travels-Tennessee By Lyn Wilkerson
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Slow Travels--Tennessee is the third in our new Slow Travels series. U.S. Highways 11, 25, 31, and 70 are followed through the State, examining a cross-section for Tennessee and providing a wealth of... More > historical information along the way. Seven maps provide reference points along the way. Your purchase includes a $1 donation to the American Trails Preservation Trust. The Slow Travels series encourages the driving tourist to take the slower paced route, and see the rich history which lies along that highway. Not only are the more popular sites examined, but you are also shown the many places in between those sites which are most often overlooked. 90% of our history is either distinguished by only a marker or no marker at all. That is the history most travelers are missing, and that is what the purpose of Caddo Publications USA is, to bring that missing history to everyone's attention.< Less
Slow Travels-Tennessee By Lyn Wilkerson
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Slow Travels--Tennessee is the third in our new Slow Travels series. U.S. Highways 11, 25, 31, and 70 are followed through the State, examining a cross-section for Tennessee and providing a wealth of... More > historical information along the way. Seven maps provide reference points along the way. Your purchase includes a $1 donation to the American Trails Preservation Trust. The Slow Travels series encourages the driving tourist to take the slower paced route, and see the rich history which lies along that highway. Not only are the more popular sites examined, but you are also shown the many places in between those sites which are most often overlooked. 90% of our history is either distinguished by only a marker or no marker at all. That is the history most travelers are missing, and that is what the purpose of Caddo Publications USA is, to bring that missing history to everyone's attention.< Less
Michael Jackson Got Me On Coke By Jamon Scott
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"Michael Jackson Got Me on Coke" is an autobiographical collection of anecdotes & prose conceived as a companion to the "Middle of Nowhere" music video. The song was recorded... More > by The Toluenes and is included on their 2010 album "Cervezas, Senoritas, Etc., Etc."< Less
Madison County, Tennessee: Historical Sketches of the County and Its People By M. Secrist
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An interesting and informative history of Madison County, Tennessee, is revealed in this compilation of historical and biographical sketches. Hopefully descendants of the personalities described... More > within will be delighted to learn more about their ancestors that settled here and the history they created.< Less
Madison County, Tennessee: Historical Sketches of the County and Its People By M. Secrist
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An interesting and informative history of Madison County, Tennessee, is revealed in this compilation of historical and biographical sketches. Hopefully descendants of the personalities described... More > within will be delighted to learn more about their ancestors that settled here and the history they created.< Less
Railroad Builders: The Dunavant Family of Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee By C. H. Robertson
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By 1856, the Dunavants had begun building Southern railroads and they would eventually be among the South's largest railroad contractors. They migrated from Southside VA to Western NC and Memphis,... More > TN, adding to those regions new railroads, hotels, golf clubs, dams and tunnels. For 73 years, from 1856 to 1929, the Dunavants' large-scale construction projects contributed substantially to the development of Southside VA, Western NC (Morganton, Charlotte, Statesville, Asheville and Blowing Rock), and the South. In TN, the Dunavants were instrumental in developing Memphis as a railroad hub, and their descendants would build the world's largest privately owned cotton company.< Less
History of Memphis By James Davis
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Early Memphis resident James D. Davis gives vivid first-hand accounts of events from Memphis' earliest days. From its initial founding to its rapid growth, Davis recounts the city's history in this... More > collection of articles and stories he penned under the name of the "Old Times Papers" in the Daily Appeal newspaper.< Less
History of Memphis By James Davis
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Early Memphis resident James D. Davis gives vivid first-hand accounts of events from Memphis' earliest days. From its initial founding to its rapid growth, Davis recounts the city's history in this... More > collection of articles and stories he penned under the name of the "Old Times Papers" in the Daily Appeal newspaper.< Less
Rivermen of the Cumberland By Chris Bennett
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In need of adventure, and inspired by the explorations of Lewis and Clark, Chris Bennett made a plan to take his small fishing boat on an historic 460-mile journey down the Cumberland River. The trip... More > would begin in Creelsboro, Kentucky, just a few miles below Wolf Creek Dam, and take him through Nashville, Tennessee, and on past the Land Between the Lakes to the Ohio River. Says Chris, “I wanted to seek out new life, and new civilizations; I wanted to boldly go where no electrician, or used guitar salesman, had gone before…” In June of 2007, he recruited Neal "Action" Jackson, of Jamestown, Kentucky, and loaded up his trusty Bass Tracker to set out on the adventure of a lifetime. Part travelogue, part rural history, part high-seas adventure, Rivermen of the Cumberland is funny, inspiring, and insightful.< Less
Rivermen of the Cumberland By Chris Bennett
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In need of adventure, and inspired by the explorations of Lewis and Clark, Chris Bennett made a plan to take his small fishing boat on an historic 460-mile journey down the Cumberland River. The trip... More > would begin in Creelsboro, Kentucky, just a few miles below Wolf Creek Dam, and take him through Nashville, Tennessee, and on past the Land Between the Lakes to the Ohio River. Says Chris, “I wanted to seek out new life, and new civilizations; I wanted to boldly go where no electrician, or used guitar salesman, had gone before…” In June of 2007, he recruited Neal "Action" Jackson, of Jamestown, Kentucky, and loaded up his trusty Bass Tracker to set out on the adventure of a lifetime. Part travelogue, part rural history, part high-seas adventure, Rivermen of the Cumberland is funny, inspiring, and insightful.< Less