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    hills of southern middle Tennessee lies the city of Lynchburg where Jack was born and lived all of his life. This is the county seat of Moore County, which is Tennessee’s smallest county. This town, like most other small towns in middle Tennessee has a square for the hub of the town. One of the major structures here is the Courthouse. Back in 1885 people of Lynchburg built this structure with bricks made in the town. Now, my favorite item of historic relevance in Moore County is the Jack Daniel Distillery

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    Time in Gatlinburg

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    Time in Gatlinburg Gatlinburg, Tennessee is a prime tourist destination that is filled with action packed adventures. Day or night there is never a dull and moment. You can visit the quaint little shops in the light of day or patrol the dark and somewhat wild street of the night. However, you plan to spend your time in Gatlinburg, you are guaranteed to have an awesome time. When you get to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, you will need a place to stay for the duration of your visit. The Howard Johnson

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    Butler, Tennessee

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    friendly people, various activities, such as water sports hiking, and the wonderful landscape in the town of Butler, TN, make it one of the premier vacation spots and home sites in the nation. Butler is located on the very northeastern tip of Tennessee. Approximately 40 miles from the ETSU campus on Highway 67, one will first cross the Butler Bridge overlooking Watauga Lake. Then about a mile later the road begins to descend into the little town of Butler. Most of my family has lived in Butler

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    bill encountered a plethora of backlash from the community to which the bill was aimed— Shelby County. This bill became known as the consolidation bill and was scrutinized to a great extent by Shelby County officials as well as Memphis City officials. The bill basically makes consolidation of any school system much more intricate especially with regards to special school systems. This includes Shelby County Schools and the impending consolidation with Memphis City Schools. There was one significant

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    Pigeon Forge

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    Pigeon Forge The Pigeon Forge area attracts students because of the entertainment choices and location. Teenagers enjoy Pigeon Forge because of the shopping, restaurants, and tourist attractions. It is a getaway from their hometown with plenty of choices of things to do. There are outlet malls that sell a variety of clothing. A few of the attractions located in this area are race tracks, bungee jumping, indoor skydiving, and put-put. Families with young children will be able to do a limited

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    Hu Reaction Essay The Greeks/Romans never invaded Rutherford County– physically. Yet the Greeks have left a deep and unforgettable mark on Rutherford County and the United States thinking, politics, philosophy, law, art, architecture, literature and the sciences. In going out and about in “Small-Town” friendly Rutherford County, I realized that just like the Romans of old we like to “borrow” other people ideas. My husband, kids and I, travel through Rutherford each Sunday on our way to church, when

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    ape] was goin to do nothin much” (59). It is to the narrator’s surprise that the ape fights back and “he jump[s] right on top of my head and cram[s] his foot in my mouth and [would] like to [tear] my jaw off” (60). Comparative to the rest of Sevier County, Ballard appears to be a very resilient being, an accomplishment that others have tried, but failed to achieve.

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    Davy Crockett

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    the celebrated hero, warrior and backwoods statesman, was born August 17, 1786 in a small cabin on the banks of Nolichucky River, near the mouth of Limestone Creek, which today lies about three and a half miles off 11-E Highway near Limestone, Tennessee. David "Davy" Crockett was the fifth of nine children and the fifth son born to John and Rebecca Hawkins Crockett. The Crocketts were a self-sufficient, independent family. Davy Crockett stands for the Spirit of the American Frontier. As a young

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    The Motivation of Lester in Child of God In the novel, Child of God. Lester Ballard committed heinous crimes against innocent victims. He murdered people in cold-blooded fashion and raped women when they were dead. What makes a human being do this may tell us a lot about criminals and humans themselves. In this paper I will try and analyze some of the core issues that lie at the heart of this story. Why did Ballard do what he did, to what extent is he responsible and what should have been his

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    A Visit to Cades Cove

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    A Visit to Cades Cove Having lived in the Blount County area all my life, I have taken many weekend trips with my family and friends to Cades Cove, a beautiful place situated in The Great Smokey Mountains. Here you can drive the eleven-mile trail (visiting the homes of people who once resided in Cades Cove), picnic in the park, and camp out for the weekend. Cades Cove contains a lot of history as well as beautiful sites. Located near the Townsend entrance to the Great Smokey Mountains National

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