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Resources about Nashville, Tennessee's history
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The Nashville I Wish I Knew
This is a virtual museum of Nashville history of the people, places and institutions. Visit the photo section to view hundreds of images from the past.
About the great train wreck that happened on July 9, 1918, in Nashville between 2 passenger trains.
Nashville City Cemetery
The oldest continuously operated public cemetery in Nashville, since 1820.
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Opened in 1856. Many famous Nashvillians are buried here.
Political Graveyard: Davidson County, Tennessee.
Davidson County information, links, and neighbors.
Nashville News Blogs
A blog about Nashville lore fron its eariliest times to the present.
The Story of Music City
A brief history of Nashville, Music City.
From the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.
Nashville's Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge and Greenways
This greenway bridge, opened in 2008, connects the east side of Davidson County to the west side for people using active transportation. It was nominated for a Planning/Design Award as part of the 2008 National Trails Awards.
"Almost 22 miles of walking and biking trails are now connected via a new trail bridge crossing the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee."
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