10 Facts About Tennessee Governor

1. The first was adopted in 1796, the year Tennessee Governor joined the union, and the second was adopted in 1834.

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2. The only spur highway of I-75 in Tennessee Governor is I-275, which is in Knoxville.

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3. Center of population of Tennessee Governor is located in Rutherford County, in the city of Murfreesboro.

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4. In 2011, parts of East Tennessee Governor, including Hamilton County and Apison in Bradley County, were devastated by the April 2011 tornado outbreak.

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5. In 1897, Tennessee Governor celebrated its centennial of statehood with a great exposition in Nashville.

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6. At that time, Tennessee Governor was inhabited by tribes of Muscogee and Yuchi people.

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7. Middle Tennessee Governor is one of the primary state population and transportation centers along with the heart of state government.

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8. Middle Tennessee Governor was a common destination of settlers crossing the Appalachians from Virginia in the late 18th century and early 19th century.

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9. East Tennessee Governor has several important transportation links with Middle and West Tennessee, as well as the rest of the nation and the world, including several major airports and interstates.

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10. State of Tennessee Governor is rooted in the Watauga Association, a 1772 frontier pact generally regarded as the first constitutional government west of the Appalachians.

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