Touring the East Tennessee Backroads, Second Edition (Google eBook)

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John F. Blair, Publisher, 2007 - Automobile travel
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Thirteen tours that wind their way among the region's best historic sites, including Dayton, the site of the Scopes Monkey Trial; Bristol, the birthplace of country music; Oak Ridge, the production site of atomic bombs; and Greeneville, the home of John Sevier, the first and only governor of the maverick State of Franklin.
  

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In her discussion of eastern Tennessee, Sakowski ( Touring the Western North Carolina Backroads , Blair, 1990) here reveals such surprises as where miniature golf was invented and where the first ... Read full review

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Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
The First Frontier Tour
3
The Mountain City Tour
25
The Beauty Spot to Nolichucky Tour
45
The Bristol to Blountville to Jonesborough Tour
73
The Jonesborough to Greeneville to Bulls Gap Tour
105
The Rogersville to Kingsport Tour
135
The Newport Tour
221
The Dandridge to Sevierville Tour
241
The Maryville Tour
261
The Overhill Towns Tour
287
The Trail of Tears Tour
321
Appendix
358
Selected Bibliography
363
Index
369

The Norris to Cumberland Gap to Oak Ridge Tour
165
The Rugby Tour
195

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