Chattanooga's History and heritage are embodied in the historical sites, structures and groundbreaking feats of engineering that have defined the city from its beginning. Many of the Scenic City's most important landmarks are still preserved. Yet with so many fascinating historic sites and storied destinations, seeing them all is no easy task. Fortunately, Chattanooga Landmarks offers a helpful survey of the most historically significant sites in the city and the surrounding area. Join Chattanooga local Jennifer Crutchfield as she guides you through the city's historic wonders, both natural and man-made. From the top of Lookout Mountain down to the banks of the Tennessee River and through downtown, Chattanooga Landmarks covers the breadth of the historic sites that make this Tennessee city a landmark all its own.
|Publisher:||History Press, The|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Jennifer Ley Crutchfield has always celebrated Chattanooga history. As an army kid, hometown was the soft taste of a MoonPie, crisp refreshment of a Coca-Cola or history leaping from library books on bases in the United States and Latin America. Jennifer graduated from the University of Maryland, returning to Chattanooga as an adult. She publishes the Chattanooga Parent Magazine and is a relocation agent for IOR Global Services and Volkswagen employees on international reassignments.