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by Ed Hooper

eBook Knoxville (TN) (Images of America) ePub
Author: Ed Hooper
Language: English
ISBN: 0738515574
ISBN13: 978-0738515571
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (September 1, 2003)
Pages: 128
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 478
Formats: lrf mobi docx txt
ePub file: 1978 kb
Fb2 file: 1989 kb

Knoxville (TN) (Images of America) Paperback – August 27, 2003

Knoxville (TN) (Images of America) Paperback – August 27, 2003. by. Ed Hooper (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Author Ed Hooper, a local writer, broadcast journalist, and a seventh-generation Tennessean himself, has compiled over 200 black-and-white vintage photographs to tell the story of the early years of Knoxville.

Images of America: Knoxville’s WNOX is author Ed Hooper’s fifth book for Arcadia Publishing. He is a journalist and writer who resides in Knoxville and has covered the region in broadcast and print. While I'm sure that there are some, mainly students of country music history, who will find this book fascinating, it was mostly written about things that I didn't really care too much about. Series: Images of America.

Author Ed Hooper, a local writer, broadcast journalist, and a seventh-generation Tennessean himself, has compiled over 200 black-and-white vintage photographs to tell the story of the early years of Knoxville. Библиографические данные. Knoxville Images of America.

Start by marking Knoxville (Images of America: Tennessee) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. My copy of this book, which is mainly pictures from the past of Knoxville but also a lot of interesting & explanatory information, has been annotated by my father.

WNOX was the eighth radio station to sign on the air in North America and the first in Tennessee. What is Kobo Super Points? A loyalty program that rewards you for your love of reading. Explore rewards Explore Kobo VIP Membership.

Ramsey House, Thorngrove Pike, Knoxville, Knox County, TN HABS‎ (1 C, 2 F). Media in category "Historical images of Knoxville, Tennessee". The following 153 files are in this category, out of 153 total. jpg 498 520; 32 KB. e-1796. jpg 505 342; 56 KB. ille-tn1. jpg 741 767; 140 K. .jpg 1,024 739; 124 KB. l-workers-hine-tn1. jpg 4,830 3,400; 1. 3 MB. op. jpg 2,500 2,009; . 2 MB.

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Though it began as a small fort on the Tennessee River, Knoxville would not know obscurity for long. Founded in 1791, Knoxville became the capital of the new state of Tennessee five years later and rapidly became a major metropolitan area for the southeastern United States. Exportations of raw and natural goods brought wealth and new residents, and soon its main thoroughfare became a window into the growth, development, decline, and rebirth of an all-American city. Then, as now, all roads downtown lead to Gay Street, and everything Knoxville came from it.

Though Knoxville is a decidedly Southern city, it has also taken its place within the American melting pot. Swiss, English, Dutch, Irish, German, Greek, African, and Spanish families have all played major roles in the city's development. For many years, at one small popcorn stand on Gay Street stood Gary Crowder-the meticulous owner of the amazing collection of photographs predominantly featured in Images of America: Knoxville.

Uyehuguita
Bought for my father
6snake6
Was good to learn some things about my adopted city. Loved the stories and the photos and would love to learn more.
Arakus
I found this book to be fascinating and a breath of fresh air from the usual "archive" authoring that comes from such books. I only wished there were more pages. Numerous friends who are natives to the city have found antique photos of relatives they never knew existed. Certainly worth the money just to see the real history of a city and the real people - not the politicians and patricians- that made Knoxville. Good read!
Ydely
You won't have any trouble finding just one or two photographs in this book that will make it worth the cost of purchase alone. This is the most economic concise source of good early Knoxville photographs available. If you would like to get a glimpse of Knoxville of your youth, or much earlier, then this one is for you!
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