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The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History & Culture
Carroll Van West (Editor), Tennesse Historical Society, Carroll Van West (Editor)

Hardcover - 1072 pages (September 1998)
Rutledge Hill Pr; ISBN: 1558535993 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 2.43 x 9.57 x 7.38

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 Adventure Guide to Tennessee (1997 Ed.) Adventure Guide to Tennessee (1997 Ed.)

by Blair Howard

Paperback (May 1997)
Hunter Pub; ISBN: 1556507437 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.74 x 8.37 x 5.42

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ABCs of Internet Explorer 4 Chattanooga Great Places
by Linda L. Burton (Illustrator), Betty Harrelson (Illustrator)

Paperback (July 1, 1995)
Phase II Publications; ISBN: 0964476002 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.57 x 8.49 x 5.56

Chattanooga has blossomed into one of the most desirable travel destinations in the country today, as well as a great place to live. The beautiful Tennessee River valley is framed by mountains that are easily accessible, and the city has attractions such as the largest freshwater aquarium in the world, the first National Civil War Military Park, and the one and only Rock City. Chattanooga Great Places is a complete, concise, and compact guide to all of that, and more.

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Dining in the Smoky Mountain Mist; A Collection of Seasonal Delights from the Junior League of Knoxville
by Wilma Dykeman, Junior League of Knoxville Staff

Hardcover - 254 pages (June 1997)
Junior League of Knoxville, Inc.; ISBN: 0960817425 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.89 x 11.13 x 8.71

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Hiking Tennessee Guide Hiking Tennessee (Falcon Guide)
by Kelley Roark

Paperback - 296 pages 1 edition
(November 1996)
Falcon Publishing Company; ISBN: 1560443944 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.65 x 9.00 x 5.98

 

Unique hiking adventures abound in Tennessee where trails meander through hardwood forests with roaring waterfalls and hidden caves and to rocky mountaintop vistas and barren balds. Tennessee is also a place where human and natural history are inescapably intertwined, and each hike is not just an exploration of the natural world but a slice of Americana that shouldn't be missed. From natural wonders of Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the historical Civil War battlefields of Shiloh and Lookout Mountain, Hiking Tennessee is a state-wide hiking guide that features 62 of the best hiking areas-including the Appalachian Trail, the Natchez Trace, Land Between the Lakes, and the diverse Cumberland region. Special sections focus on hiking with children and Civil War stories, and detailed trail descriptions will lead you to great fishing spots and campsites. Accurate maps and first-hand information will get you to the trailheads and help you plan your trip. Whether you are interested in a challenging backpacking adventure deep in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains or an easy day hike or leisurely stroll through a historic state park, Hiking Tennessee is an indispensable part of your next outing.

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Paperback - 224 pages (April 1998)
Rutledge Hill Pr; ISBN: 1558535861 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.77 x 8.26 x 5.25

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Paperback (May 1997)
Rutledge Hill Pr; ISBN: 1558534849 ;
Dimensions (in inches): 1.08 x 8.43 x 7.49

The latest travel book by Cathy and Vernon Summerlin, Traveling the Southern Highlands, is an informative and entertaining guide to the southeast's mountainous regions exploring areas from the Great Smoky Mountains to the Blue Ridge Parkway. The Summerlins show all there is to see and do in this beautifully unspoiled area of the country including helpful information on the best restaurants, and the best places to stay the night in homestyle comfort. In order to get the most out of the vacation, the book guides travelers through loop tours of certain areas of the region enabling them to see more of the roads less traveled. Cathy and Vernon Summerlin have painstakingly researched each location and personally sampled the majority of the inns, restaurants, and attractions that they recommend. By traveling the area extensively, the Summerlins share adventures, history of the region, and stories of the personalities of the places that they have visited. You almost feel that you are already there while you read about the people they met or meals they enjoyed. So the next time you visit the southern highlands, take a little experience with you in Traveling the Southern Highlands.

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Off The Beaten Track Volume IV: A Guide to Mountain Biking in East Tennessee
by Jim Parham

Paperback Vol 004 (1995)
Milestone Press; ISBN: 0963186159

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