How did Tennessee get its shape?
Tennessee northern border runs at 36 degress 30' a boundry that countiued from North Carolina. On its eastern border on North Carolina its a rugged line due to appalachian mountains. On its western border mississippi river helps form Arkansas-Tennessee. On its southern border it runs at 35 degress due to georgia. And tennessee was influenced with this line and accepted it to go towards mississppi river.
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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 of Kentucky, and north of Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.
The US Senators from Tennessee are currently Bob Corker and Lamar Alexander. They are both Republicans.
" The Volunteer State ." The nickname came from the War of 1812 when volunteer soldiers,under the leadership of General Andrew Jackson, fought bravely inthe battle of New Orleans.
The earliest known variation of the name was the Native American village "Tanasqui", recorded by Spanish explorer Juan Pardo in 1567 when he and his party were traveling inland from South Carolina . However, British traders came across a Cherokee town named "Tanasi" …in the early 18th century , and it appears as such on maps as early as 1725 . More information is available at the Related Link listed below: ( Full Answer )
Tennessee became the 16th U.S. statewhen it joined the Union on June 1, 1796. Tennessee was the last ofthe Southern states to declare secession from the Union during theCivil War. It was admitted to the Confederacy on July 2, 1861becoming the eleventh state to join the Confederacy. Tennessee wasread…mitted to the Union on July 24, 1866 at the end of the war. ( Full Answer )
Answer 1 Exercise and eat healthy.... Answer 2 Eat healthy balanced foods in smaller portions 5-6x's a day. 3 medium 2-3 healthy snacks. Perform both anaerobic and aerobic exercises daily for a minimum of 30 minutes a day. Here are a few basic workout regimens. Your workouts should revolv…e around your lifestyle, not the other way around that is if your sole goal is to get in shape. Consistency is the key so if you try something that you are not likely to continue doing your odds are better to do something more fitting to your regular regimen. Monday: weightlift Tuesday: cardio Wednesday: weightlift Thursday: cardio Friday: weightlift Saturday: cardio Sunday: off Monday: weightlift/cardio Tuesday: off Wednesday: weightlift/cardio Thursday: off Friday: weightlift/cardio Saturday: off Sunday: off Monday: weightlift/cardio Tuesday: weightlift/cardio Wednesday: off Thursday: weightlift/cardio Friday: weightlift/cardio Saturday: off Sunday: off Weightlifting is an anaerobic exercise and should be performed in the 6-12 rep range for muscle hypertrophy. Though reps can be performed higher or lower usually they aren't used as much unless training for a specific type of event. Powerlifting Competiton or Triathalon for example. Walking or bicycle riding is an aerobic exercise and should be performed within 20-60 minutes depending on intensity. ( Full Answer )
Many Country music artists live in Tennessee including Tim McGraw& Faith Hill, Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, MartinaMcBride, Vince Gill, Wynonna Judd, and Sara Evans. Othercelebrities living in Tennessee include Nicole Kidman, Miley Cyrus,Melinda Doolittle, Scott Hamilton, Michael W. Smit…h and NikiTaylor. ( Full Answer )
According to the US Census bureau, the April 2010 population was 6,346,105. An estimate in late 2011 was 6,403,353.
actually, it is said that there ARE panthers in Tennessee, but thewildlife people wont admit it because they don't want to alarm thepublic. my friend owns a bunch of land in southern Tennessee, like300 something acres that's never been hunted on. and he was curiousand set up a motion camera in the w…oods and when he got themdeveloped there were pictures of some kind of HUGE cat. an webelieve it was a panther Officially, there are no black panthers (jaguars or leopards) inTennessee, or any other state. ( Full Answer )
Based on total area Tennessee is the36th largest U.S. state with 42,144 square miles. Based onpopulation Tennessee is the 17 the largest U.S. state with anestimated population in 2015 of 6,600,000 per the U.S. CensusBureau.
Grounds for contesting a will in Tennessee are as follows:defective execution, revocation of the will by the testator,testator lacked testamentary capacity, testator lacked testamentaryintent, will was the product of undue influence, or will wasprocured by fraud. The action of contesting a will must… be filed nolater that two years from the time the will is approved forprobate. ( Full Answer )
There is no town in Tennessee named Copperville. Perhaps you are thinking of Copperhill, a small copper mining town in Polk County. It is in the extreme southeastern corner of Tennessee, on the Georgia state line, and not far from the North Carolina border with Tennessee
Tennessee was admitted to the Union on June 1, 1796 becoming the16th U.S. state. Tennessee has a population of 6,600,000 as of July1, 2015 ranking it as the 17th most populous U.S. state.Tennessee's total area is 42,144 square miles ranking it as the36th largest U.S. state based on area.
While many avoid talking about their personal wealth, a few flaunt it. In Tennessee like in other areas they exist. Some have earned it honestly and honorably, for some it is old family money and some may have just won a lottery. Allow them to enjoy.
yes, several have been caught on security cameras and I, as well asmy neighbors have seen one crossing on our farms in Nashville.
\n . \nThis question can be a bit hard to answer. A number of Native American tribes would have been the first to "discover" Tennessee. Shawnee Tribe was recorded as living until were driven out in the 1700's. The first European recorded as travelling through Tennessee was Hernado De Soto. But… the area had been lived in by early hunter gatherer tribes as long as 12,000 years ago.\n . \n . Hernando de Soto in 1796 . ( Full Answer )
Tennessee is famous as the country music capital of the UnitedStates. Many country music artists live in Tennessee such as TimMcGraw & Faith Hill, Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban,Martina McBride, Vince Gill, and Wynonna Judd. The Country MusicAssociation's annual Music Festival is held in Na…shville duringJune. Country music tourist attractions include Elvis' Gracelandhome in Memphis; the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall ofFame, the Ryman Auditorium, and lower Broadway in DowntownNashville. ( Full Answer )
It became the 16 th US State on 1 June 1796. Last time I checked it STILL is a state.
Nashville is the State Capital and others include: Alamo, Bolivar, Cleveland, Dayton, Erin, Franklin. Germantown, Hermitage, Jefferson City, Kingston, Lebanon, Madison, Newport, Oak Ridge, Old Hickory, Paris, Pigeon Forge, Portland and Pulaski.
The Overhill Cherokee town of Tanase (in what is now MonroeCounty) and the Tanase River (the Little Tennessee), insoutheastern Tennessee. In cherokee it means a bend and refers to the river
I have lived in Chattanooga, TN my whole life. The temperature ranges from 10 degrees to near 100. During the heat of the summer, you can typically expect temperatures from 85-95.
There are lots of cities in Tennessee. Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Jackson are a few of them.
Tennessee became the 16th state in 1796. The land had previously been part of North Carolina, but was ceded to form the Southwest Territory ( Territory South of the Ohio ) in 1790.
Pulitzer Prize winning author and playwright who created Streetcar Named Desire and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. No he was not from Tennessee.
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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 are so kind, selfless, hospitable, and friendly. There is a reason we're called the volunteer state. I happen to live in the …Tennessee Valley and the people here seem to posess those qualities ten fold in comparison to the rest of the state (rural Memphis excluded). The scenery in the Smoky Mountains is incredible and everyone that comes through here says that the air in the valley has a signature sweet smell during the summer and spring. It's not all roses with Tennessee though. There are things that we could improve on, such as tolerence, ignorance, health, diet. There is one thing that I haven't yet decided rather or not I believe is a good thing and that is the layed back, slow pace of the people here. We take our time and that is often seen by the outside world to be laziness. As someone who lives life is such a pace, I can't speak on the subject without bias. But again, it's the people and the FOOD! ( Full Answer )
you can visit places like the national park,caves,thehall of fame,and great smokey mountain + more
Contrary to what the title suggests, Tennessee Riders are not necessarily associated with the state of Tennessee, nor are they involved in equine practices. However, according to folklore, and as captured in the cult blooze-core song "Tennessee Rider," Tennessee Riders usually have the following cha…racteristics in common: Two letter Ts in their names A penchant for spending money An affinity for dancing, especially when feeling down A cult hero status among latch key children In addition, Tennessee Riders tend to not be able to stand still. They've just got to dance. ( Full Answer )
Tennessee has a number of museums.The National Civil Rights Museum is a museum in Memphis. TennesseeState Museum in Nashville depicting the history of the Tennessee.The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a popular touristattraction in Nashville. The McClung Museum of Natural History andCulture… is a located in Knoxville. The Hunter Museum of AmericanArt is located in Chattanooga. The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museumis a railroad museum in Chattanooga. ( Full Answer )
A gridder is a football player. So for the crossword puzzle you are looking for the team that plays in Tennessee and they are the 'Titans'.
No, Oklahoma is a state, Tennessee is a state. Oklahoma is a full two states away. Going west from Tennessee, you go across Arkansas, then the next state is Oklahoma.
Tennessee is not known for its natural deposits of diamonds. You can, however, probably acquire a diamond in a jewelery store or a pawn shop.
Tennessee is located in southeastUnited States. Tennessee is bordered by Kentucky and Virginia tothe north, North Carolina to the east, Georgia, Alabama, andMississippi to the south, and Arkansas and Missouri to thewest.
Most of tenessee is in the eastern time zone but the west of it is in central time zone
There are no legal casinos in the state of Tennessee. Casino gambling is illegal in the state.
Major corporations with headquartersin Tennessee include FedEx, AutoZone, International Paper, PilotCorporation, Regal Entertainment Group, Eastman Chemical Company,Nissan North America, Hospital Corporation of America, andCaterpillar Financial. Tennessee is also the location of theVolkswagen factor…y in Chattanooga. ( Full Answer )
Tennessee became a state on June 1, 1796. Tennessee became the 16thstate to join the Union.
Great Smokey Mountain National Parkhas mountain peaks and waterfalls. Tennessee also has lakes,arches, natural bridges, valleys, and craters.
Tennessee is in the U.S.'s SouthRegion. Tennessee is bordered by Kentucky, Virginia, NorthCarolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, andMissouri.
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 East Tennessee and West Tennessee contains Jackson, Dyersburg and part of Memphis. Look up a map of Tn(Tennessee) and you wi…ll see for yourself the area of Tennesse Knoxville is in. Hope it helped! (Answer: No, it is in Northeast Tennessee) ( Full Answer )
In the south eastern part, just west of north Carolina, above Georgia, Mississippi and alabama
Evict in Tennessee must use to commence eviction process as well asprocedures for pursuing the actual eviction lawsuit.
Tennessee is a U.S. state located in southeastern United States.Tennessee is bordered by the U.S. states Kentucky, Virginia, NorthCarolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and Missouri.
Not everyone in Tennessee was born in Tennessee. Many Tennesseeresidents moved to Tennessee from other states or countries becauseof Tennessee's economy, weather and lifestyle.
Pottsville, Tennessee is in MauryCounty, Tennessee. Maury County is in the middle of Tennessee.Pottsville is approximately 40 miles south of Nashville.
Tennessee is bordered by eightstates. Tennessee is bordered by Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippito the south, Kentucky and Virginia to the north, North Carolina tothe east, and Arkansas and Missouri to the west.
There are many mosques in Tennessee. The mosque in Murfreesboro islocated at 2605 Veals Road, Murfreesboro, TN.
The Great Smokey Mountains National Park is the most visited placein Tennessee. More people visit Great Smokey Mountains NationalPark than any other U.S. national park. Other major places visitedin Tennessee are Elvis Presley's Graceland residence and tomb inMemphis; the music scene in Nashville whi…ch includes the Grand OleOpry, Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum,and lower Broadway in Downtown Nashville; Dollywood; Civil Warbattlefield sites Fort Donelson National Battlefield and ShilohNational Military Park. ( Full Answer )
The major lakes in Tennessee are theKentucky Lake, Norris Lake, Chickamauga Lake, Cherokee Lake, andTims Ford Reservoir.