Remembering Rutherford

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From the remote hills and hollows to the parlors and attics of historic Main Street, from the clear memories of centenarians to the dark corners of the state archives come the true accounts in Remembering Rutherford. Daily News Journal columnist Greg Tucker presents the history of Rutherford County, Tennessee, the state's fastest-growing county, in a series of engaging and meticulously researched stories that will inform and amuse both long-time residents and newcomers. Biscuit tea, outhouse births, monkey wrenches, milk snakes, devil fences, whittlers, grave robbers, Boy Scouts, cattle drives, barnstormers, heroes and scoundrelsthey are all in this outstanding collection of local history and lore.
ISBN: 9781596299498
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Tennessee
Series: American Chronicles
Images: 85
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Greg Tucker returned to his family's home county after retiring from an international litigation practice with the law firm of Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C. He now raises beef cattle and writes a weekly column about the people, places and events that make his home county unique. Greg and his wife, Minh-Triet, live in Donnells Chapel, a rural Rutherford County community.
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