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Tennessee became the 16th U.S. state when it joined the Union on June 1, 1796. Tennessee was the last of the Southern states to declare secession from the Union during the Civil War. It was admitted to the Confederacy on July 2, 1861 becoming the eleventh state to join the Confederacy. Tennessee was readmitted to the Union on July 24, 1866 at the end of the war.
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Where is Tennessee?

Tennessee is an interior state, in the south central region of the eastern US. It is located between the Mississippi River and the Appalchians: west of North Carolina, south o

What did Tennessee do to make money?

Tennessee's major industries areagriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. The primary agricultureproducts are poultry, soybeans, and cattle. 44% of Tennessee landis farmland. T

What makes Tennessee Tennessee?

The people. It's as simple as that. I've lived in the state for 21 years and I've traveled around the United States quite a bit, but I've never been anywhere where the people

Is knoxvill Tennessee in southern Tennessee?

Not quite. It is more Northeast than anything else. Memphis and Chattanooga is in South Tennessee, Clarksville and Nashville is in North Tennessee, Kingsport and Bristol is in