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Clarksville in Vintage Postcards
     

Clarksville in Vintage Postcards

by Billyfrank Morrison
 

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Clarksville, Tennessee, has undergone a colossal metamorphosis since the 1700s, when men like Sevier, Montgomery, and Renfroe fought Native Americans along the Cumberland and Red Rivers. Though these founding fathers would not recognize the present rivers, nor the hills upon which Clarksville has grown, Clarksvillians have kept an awareness of their rich past,

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Clarksville, Tennessee, has undergone a colossal metamorphosis since the 1700s, when men like Sevier, Montgomery, and Renfroe fought Native Americans along the Cumberland and Red Rivers. Though these founding fathers would not recognize the present rivers, nor the hills upon which Clarksville has grown, Clarksvillians have kept an awareness of their rich past, bridging their lives with those of the early frontiersmen. Today, Clarksville eclectically blends both metropolitan and rural settings to offer residents the best of both worlds.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781439612712
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
08/18/2004
Series:
Postcard History
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
128
File size:
48 MB
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Meet the Author

Author and longtime Montgomery County resident Billyfrank Morrison has topically organized more than 200 postcards from his personal collection, but he insists the real author of this book is the cards. Spanning from before 1900 to beyond 2000, this volume provides a broad brush picture of the people, places, and events that are an integral part of this community. Natives, newcomers, visitors, and readers alike are invited to enjoy this nostalgic postcard tour of historic Clarksville.

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