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Chattanooga Landmarks

Author: Jennifer Crutchfield
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 161423132X
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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.

Hidden History Of Chattanooga

Author: Alexandra Walker Clark
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625843496
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The enigmatic hills and woodlands of the Chattanooga area are a sanctuary of history, and the hometown of author Alexandra Walker Clark. Clark has chronicled the history of her hometown for the Chattanooga Times and the Chattanooga History Journal, and in this collection she combines some of her favorite stories to take readers behind the scenes for a fascinating look into the unique history and culture of the region. Absorb the city's rich ethnic diversity, travel down to the hallowed battlefields of Chickamauga and Fort Oglethorpe and grasp the compelling legacy of the Cherokee. This and so much more lies ahead in Hidden History of Chattanooga,


Author: William F. Hull
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738553160
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Presents a history of Chattanooga, Tennessee, through a collection of photographs documenting the changes that have taken place in the city.

Chattanooga S Terminal Station

Author: Justin W. Strickland
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738568089
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Long before Glenn Miller made the world-famous "Chattanooga Choo Choo" an American icon, Chattanooga was already a bustling railroad community. By the beginning of the 20th century, passenger trains overwhelmed Chattanooga's two railroad depots and a larger station was needed. The solution was Terminal Station, which rivaled most Southern depots in size, expense, and aesthetic beauty. Providing transportation to cities throughout the country, the terminal made its mark as the gateway for rail from the agricultural south to the industrial north. Following its closure, the terminal was reopened as a renowned hotel and entertainment complex in 1973, becoming one of Chattanooga's many exciting attractions. Images of Rail: Chattanooga's Terminal Station follows the history of this depot in both stories and photographs.

A Study Guide For Ishmael Reed S Chatanooga

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning
Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1535845309
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A Study Guide for Ishmael Reed's "Chatanooga", excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Poetry for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Poetry for Studentsfor all of your research needs.

Historic Photos Of Chattanooga

Author: William F. Hull
Publisher: Historic Photos
ISBN: 9781596522466
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Historic Photos of Chattanooga captures the remarkable journey of this city and her people, with still photography from the finest archives of city, state and private collections. From the Civil War through Reconstruction, the rise of industry, World Wars and into the modern era, Chattanooga has remained a unique and prosperous city. With hundreds of archival photos reproduced in stunning duotone on heavy art paper, this book is the perfect addition to any historian's collection.

Haunted Chattanooga

Author: Jessica Penot
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625841531
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The author of the Tattooed Girl series and the author of The Corpsewood Manor Murders of North Georgia team up to delve into Chattanooga’s spirited past. It is the home of one of the most famous railways in American history, the site of a historically vital trade route along the Tennessee River and the gateway to the Deep South. Chattanooga has a storied past, a past that still lives through the spirits that haunt the city. Whether it is the ghost of the Delta Queen still lingering from the days of the river trade, the porter who forever roams the grounds of the historic Terminal Station or the restless souls that haunt from beneath the city in its elaborate underground tunnel system, the specter of Chattanooga’s past is everywhere. Join authors Jessica Penot and Amy Petulla as they survey the most historically haunted places in and around the Scenic City. Includes photos! “Until quite recently, Chattanooga was a city whose ghosts were ill documented. Jessica Penot and Amy Petulla’s recent book, Haunted Chattanooga, has helped to fix that.” —Southern Spirit Guide

Chattanooga Chronicles

Author: Cody Maxwell
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625846320
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Chattanooga's history is as storied and complex as any southern city that was born in the early days of America and came of age during the Civil War, but not every southern city has a writer like Cody Maxwell. Join local journalist Maxwell for a look back at some of the most enthralling, if overlooked, chapters in Chattanooga's history. This engaging collection features the legends and tall tales, small triumphs and muted tragedies, characters, criminals and folk heroes that shaped the city's past. From the folk tale of Nickajack Cave and the devastation of the Great Flood to the changing history of the Patten Towers and more, Maxwell draws an honest and engaging path through the forgotten stories that underlie the thriving and growing Chattanooga of today.

100 Things To Do In Chattanooga Before You Die

Author: Lexi Engesath
Publisher: Reedy Press LLC
ISBN: 1681060825
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How in less than one generation did Chattanooga transform itself from America’s Dirtiest City to the Scenic City? By embracing its history, cleaning up its act, bringing art into its communities and building some first class tourist attractions. Surrounded by natural wonders, Chattanooga has become a mecca for hikers, bikers and thrill seekers looking for their next adrenaline high. History buffs can explore Chattanooga’s complicated past, from the civil war to civil rights. In 100 Things to Do in Chattanooga Before You Die you’ll find a new adventure on every page, with seasonal events and detailed itineraries to serve as your own personal tour guide. Sample award winning whiskey. Find the best burger in town. Tour the Paradise Gardens. And of course, See Rock City! Tourists and locals alike are sure to find something new to try. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and explore. Adventure awaits!

Historic Photos Of Chattanooga In The 50s 60s And 70s

Publisher: Turner
ISBN: 9781596527430
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Nestled in a valley beside the Tennessee River and surrounded by the southern Appalachian mountains, Chattanooga is truly Tennessee's most scenic city. With the experience of the Great Depression and World War II still strong in memory, and the legacy of the long-ago Civil War still percolating, Chattanoogans would grapple with the new realities of postwar America while preserving much of what had given the city its unique aura. In this companion volume to Historic Photos of Chattanooga, William F. Hull leads a tour past many Chattanooga landmarks from recent times, reminiscing with Chattanoogans who can remember and informing those new to the city who may not. Nearly 200 images reproduced in vivid black-and-white, with captions and introductions, show the Tivoli Theatre, Rock City, Dupont, Chickamauga Lake, Lovell Field, the Hunter Museum, Coca-Cola Bottling, Krystal, Erlanger Hospital, the Chattanooga Lookouts, radio legend Luther Masingill--still broadcasting today after 70 years--and, of course, the Chattanooga Choo Choo, among countless other subjects from yesteryear that remain key to the city's past and present.