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In the late 1780s, when the area that would become Tennessee was still a part of North Carolina, the first pioneers ventured out from the safety of the fledging settlement of Fort Nashborough and began settling in the lush valleys to the south. A few years later, the village of Franklin was staked out on a graceful bend of the Harpeth River. Through two centuries, Franklin has witnessed first hand the passing of monumental events and milestones in our nation’s history. The town has grown and is far removed today ...

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Franklin, Tennessee 2009 First Edition Squarish Qto. VG+/VG+. full pictorial spine and DJ jacket cover, title centered in thin and bold white uppercase characters and white ... publisher logo indented from tail end of spine. centered raised gilt lettering in standard, extra large bold and cursive styles, with flourishes in gray around titling and printed beneath upper edge. squarish HB clothbound navy spine and boards, title lettering in gilt, stamped and much enlarged gilt title repeats and fills upper half of front board. gray and lilac pattern illustrates endsheets. semi-gloss sheets, heavily illustrated with a chronology that runs along textblock bottom edge for half the volume. the remainder of sheets fully pictorial, others are small/medium, framed with large margins and with historical text and text details aside. all corners, smooth and flat, lightly perused interior. 144 pp. ISBN # 0977128156. Rockville. Read more Show Less

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In the late 1780s, when the area that would become Tennessee was still a part of North Carolina, the first pioneers ventured out from the safety of the fledging settlement of Fort Nashborough and began settling in the lush valleys to the south. A few years later, the village of Franklin was staked out on a graceful bend of the Harpeth River. Through two centuries, Franklin has witnessed first hand the passing of monumental events and milestones in our nation’s history. The town has grown and is far removed today from that original dream of founder Abram Maury. However, Franklin continues to beckon visitors with her unique historic character, stately homes along tree–lined streets, quaint shops and festivals, and a gracious Southern hospitality.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780977128150
  • Publisher: Grandin Hood Publishers
  • Publication date: 11/20/2009
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 10.30 (w) x 12.30 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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