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    Tennesse (TN) - Real Estate Resources

    Tennessee Association of REALTORS®
    PO Box 121149
    1910 Adelicia St
    Nashville, TN 37212-1149
    (615) 321-0515 - (800) 252-6012 - Fax (615) 320-0452

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    500 James Robertson Pkwy
    Davy Crockett Tower
    Nashville TN 37243-0565
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    Tennessee entered the union in 1796.  It was the 16th state to do so.  Today the capital is Nashville.

    Tennessee is knows as the Volunteer State based on the valor of the volunteer army that served under General Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812.

    States that border Tennessee are Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina and Virginia.  The largest cities are Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga and Clarksville.

    Tennessee’s agriculture includes cattle, dairy products, tobacco, cotton, and soybeans.  The industries include rubber, plastics, transportation equipment and chemicals.

    Some of the symbols of Tennessee are
    Flower is the iris
    Tree is the tulip poplar
    Bird is the mockingbird
    Horse is the Tennessee walking horse
    Animal is the raccoon
    Wild flower is the passion flower          

    Didja know ...?

    • The first American winner of the English Derby was a horse called Iroquois.  Today many of the famous race horses are from his line.
    • Greenville which is the county seat has the only monument dedicated to both the north and south sides of the Civil War.
    • Shelby county has the honor of being the county with the more horses per capita in the entire nation.
    • Tennessee’s beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park has conifer forests in the higher elevations.  These trees are much like the ones found in Canada,
    • Casey Jones the famous railroad man lived in Jackson.
    • There are over 3800 caves in Tennessee.
    • Tennessee was the last state to leave the union during the Civil War and was the first to be readmitted.
    • In 1996 when the Olympics were held in Atlanta, Georgia, the Ocoee River in the south east part of Tennessee was selected for the white water canoe/kayak portion of the competition.
    • One-third of America’s cotton is handled through the Memphis Cotton Exchange.  The Mississippi River played a major role in bringing this to the area.

    Don’t miss .....

    • Visit the replica of the house where Davy Crockett was born.  Not on a mountain top but on Limestone Creek near Greenville.
    • Nashville's Grand Ole Opry is the longest continuously running live radio program in the world. It has broadcast every Friday and Saturday night since 1925.
    • Are you an Elvis Presley fan?  His home, Graceland, in Memphis is the second most visited home in the nation.
    • The motel where Dr. Martin Luther King was murdered has been preserved and is now the site of the National Civil Rights Museum.  It tells the history of the Civil Rights Movement.
    • Sequoyah was the only man in history known to have developed an alphabet with no other help.  He was a silversmith who was born in Vonore where there is now a museum that is dedicated to Native Americans and tells the story of how he came up with a written language for the Cherokee Nation.
    • Oak Ridge Museum.  The site of the Manhatten Project.  Each area of the museum offers a different concept.  It has been built to inform adults as well as to educate and captivate children.  Self directed activities explore such areas as sound, vision, robotics and color.  Explore a variety of energy sources such as geothermal, hydropower, natural gas, and coal.  Nuclear reactors is explained using a cut-away model and simulation.  A very interesting and informative place to visit.
    • 45 minutes from Knoxville is one of Tennessee’s caves.  This, however is not just a cave.  It is a cavern


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