Essay on Tennessee

Tennessee Coach Summitt Steps Down

Less than one year after having been diagnosed with early Alzheimer’s disease, Tennessee’s women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt stepped down, putting an end to her impressive career of 38 years building up one of the legendary programs in the NCAA. A statement was released by Tennessee on Wednesday, revealing Summitt’s decision and the promotion of […]

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A Day in the Life of a Cherokee Indian

A Day in the Life of a Cherokee Indian Tribal Community The Cherokee Indians are a tribal community located in the southeast region of America mostly in North and South Caroline, Kentucky, Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee, they normally live near rivers but in different areas, each family had two houses in different villages, one for […]

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Civil War in Tennessee: Battles and Leaders

Civil War Tennessee: Battles and Leaders Civil War Tennessee is a general overview of the tactics used in and the battles fought in Tennessee and they’re importance. The book also discusses some of the problems both the Union and Confederates faced during this bloody war. Connelly opens up by introducing each region in Tennessee and […]

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Tennessee V. Reeves

Tennessee v. Reeves. 917 S. W. 2d 825 (Supreme Court of Tennessee, 1996) On January 5, 1993, Tracie Reeves and Molly Coffman, spoke on the telephone and decided to kill their homeroom teacher, Janice Geiger. Reeves and Coffman were both twelve years old and were students at West Carroll Middle School. They planned that Coffman […]

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A Street Car Named Desirequestions

The social situation in American south during 1940’s, was very badly affected due to the Second World War. During that period industries were predominant and people were not able to afford the expensive life, so the Americans had to adjust their life or to migrate the country to lead a better life. The women of […]

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The Scopes Trial

The Scopes Trial was the Tennessee legal case involving the teaching of evolution in public schools. A statute was passed (Mar. , 1925) in Tennessee that prohibited the teaching in public schools of theories contrary to accepted interpretation of the biblical account of human creation. John T. Scopes, a biology teacher, was tried (July, 1925) […]

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Johnny Cash: A Legend

Johnny Cash (February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century (Streissguth, 2006). He had a deep, bass- baritone voice that gave his Tennessee Three backing band its distinction. His works covers many genres to include rockabilly and rock and roll, as well as blues, folk […]

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