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Settlers along the Wilderness Road: Part 2

JADON GIBSON Contributing columnist In the summer of 1773 Daniel Boone and captain William Russell led a party ...

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Early settlers along Wilderness Road

JADON GIBSON Contributing columnist Joseph Martin was a resident and farmer in the Albemarle County, Virginia, area. It ...

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The remarkable Frenchman who visited Tennessee in 1797

BILL CAREY Tennessee History for Kids Without intending to, I’ve been following the path of the former king ...

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Acorns: Food on the wild side

STEVE ROARK Contributing columnist Those under the age of 50 probably don’t remember Euell Gibbons, a promoter of ...

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Mountain boy decides to become a witch

JADON GIBSON Contributing columnist The spooky season is here; a time of witches, ghosts and goblins. My stories ...

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The original Nashville predator and its missing tooth

BILL CAREY Tennessee History for Kids Ahalf-century ago, a construction company unearthed the remains of a saber-toothed cat ...

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Farms offer family activities this fall

NEWS RELEASE Tennessee’s agritourism season is in full swing. Spanning from Shelby County to Johnson County, people of ...

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Jadon Gibson: Murder in Harlan

JADON GIBSON Contributing columnist Gus and Julia Loeb were returning home from peddling “beans, new taters and green ...

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The Jenny Wiley story: Conclusion

JADON GIBSON Contributing writer The following morning, Jenny was again tied to a tree as the Indians prepared ...

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Seeing red in the forest

STEVE ROARK Contributing columnist You have no doubt enjoyed trees displaying a red canopy during the fall color ...

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