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A treasury of Tennessee tales

Author: James Ewing
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Rutledge Hill Press, ©1985.
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Biography
History
Biography Anecdotes
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Ewing
ISBN: 0934395047 9780934395045
OCLC Number: 12343621
Description: 144 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Murderous Mary, the elephant that was hanged --
Casey Jones, American folk hero --
Fannie Battle, Nashville's Mother Teresa --
The all-night ride of George Sloan --
W.C. Handy, the father of the blues --
When "Injun Sam" swung a mean whip --
The fountain of youth on the Mississippi --
The war of the roses --
Tennessee's David and Goliath --
The hero who couldn't be impeached --
Sevier vs. Jackson: Tennessee's greatest nonduel --
General Jackson at the racetrack --
When Taft came to Nashville --
The "Lost" state of Franklin --
Clarksville, the city that wouldn't die --
The building of Tennessee's capitol --
Rock City magic --
The mystery of the Old Stone Fort --
Abraham Lincoln's dream come true --
The fascinating caves of Tennessee --
Dogs save the day at Fort Nashborough --
Sequoyah's dream --
The Indian who gave his life for his friends --
The "Gray-eyed man of destiny." King's Mountain messenger --
The war of faulty communication --
A naval battle in Tennessee --
The "Genteel" outlaw --
The Wyoming wild bunch --
Jesse James helps a widow outsmart "Scrooge" --
Big Walton and the law --
Early Tennessee punishments --
A test of Tennessee dog laws --
Those terrible Harpes and their women --
Moonshine tales.
Responsibility: James Ewing.

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