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  1. What's in a Word : Fascinating Stories of More Than 350 Everyday Words and Phrases, Webb Garrison

    What's in a Word

    Here is a fascinating and humorous encyclopedia of more than three hundred words and phrases and how they have taken on new meanings over time. It is an informative reference book for the whole family. What's in a Word? is a sequel to Garrison's popular Why You Say It. Indexed.
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    $12.99

  2. Traveling Tennessee : A Complete Tour Guide to the Volunteer State from the Highlands of the Smoky Mountains to the Banks of the Mississippi River, Cathy Summerlin

    Traveling Tennessee

    A complete tour guide to the Volunteer State from the highlands of the Smoky Mountains to the banks of the Mississippi River. Tennessee is a state of endless diversity. It boasts breath-taking scenery, the homes of three presidents, and the birthplace of legendary frontiersman Davy Croc...
    Paperback
    $14.95

  3. Traveling the Southern Highlands : A Complete Guide to the Mountains of Western North Carolina, East Tennessee, Northeast Georgia, and Southwest Virginia, Cathy Summerlin

    Traveling the Southern Highlands

    A complete vacation guide to the mountains of Northeast Georgia, East Tennessee, Western North Carolina, and Southwestern Virginia. Includes the Great Smoky Mountains and the southern portion of the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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    $14.95

  4. A Treasury of Tennessee Tales : Unusual, Interesting, and Little-Known Stories of Tennessee, James Ewing

    A Treasury of Tennessee Tales

    In A Treasury of Tennessee Tales you'll discover: Who painted "See Rock City" signs on barns? What man, born in Nashville, became president of Nicaragua? What were the best excuses moonshiners gave to the "revenooers" when their stills were discovered. How Nathan Bedford Forrest won a n...
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    $10.98

  5. Traveling the Trace : A Complete Tour Guide to the Historic Natchez Trace from Nashville to Natchez, Cathy Summerlin-Vernon Summerlin

    Traveling the Trace

    Only three national parks have more visitors each year than the Natchez Trace Parkway, a national park of great natural beauty and historical significance that follows a 450-mile course from Nashville, Tennessee, to Natchez, Mississippi. First used as a vital transportation link by Nati...
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    $14.99

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