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  • Instructions: Sign up under country, state/province, county, and town (the latter encouraged but not required for those with privacy concerns) to allow
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  • [^] Raulston, John T. (1925). The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes. Criminal Court of Tennessee. [^] Literature/1925/Whitehead [^] http://books
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  • Appeal to Supreme Court of Tennessee (1926) The Butler Act does not violate church and state or state religion laws but instead, merely prohibits the
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  • perexcavatus (Lapworth, 1876), from the Middle Ordovician near Caney Springs, Tennessee USA. Although present in the Ordovician around 460 million years
    36 KB (2,560 words) - 21:05, 25 April 2016
  • such a thing? The city of Paducah was built at the confluence of the Tennessee and Ohio rivers because of economically desirable geographic features
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  • Appalachian Tennessee The Color Purple (1985) - lesbian; Appalachian Hartwell, Georgia The Beverly Hillbillies (1993) - transgender; Appalachian Tennessee Songcatcher
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  • Welcome to Appalachian Studies at Wikiversity! Encyclopedia of Appalachia race in Appalachia: Appalachians
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  • create their own motion pictures. (I have only heard of one in Lawrence, Tennessee.) There must be an easier way for drama departments to begin making movies
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  • Statistics I , Motoya Machida, Tennessee Tech University, Fall 2010 Probability and Statistics II , Motoya Machida, Tennessee Tech University, Spring 2011
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  • Mike Guidry (1999-04-16). "The Photosphere of the Sun". University of Tennessee. Retrieved 2006-10-12.  "NASA/Marshall Solar Physics". Solarscience.msfc
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  • complete-all-around pyroxene is from Ducktown District, Polk County, Tennessee, USA, circa mid to late 1800s. Main sources: Volcanoes/Volcanic minerals/Quartzes
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  • dominant group. "The dominant group in east Tennessee from 1830 to 1860, for example, was Whig; yet east Tennessee's small-farming, non-slaveholding Whigs
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  • Nations with malaria. In the past, states such as Tennessee have had a high incidence of malaria. Why is this no longer the case?
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  • Calvin and Lola Rucker were tenant farmers in rural East Tennessee until the Great Depression, when they moved to Knoxville in search of work. Lola
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  • Mike Guidry (1999-04-16). "The Photosphere of the Sun". University of Tennessee. Retrieved 2006-10-12.  "NASA/Marshall Solar Physics". Solarscience.msfc
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  • Mike Guidry (1999-04-16). "The Photosphere of the Sun". University of Tennessee. Retrieved 2006-10-12.  "Chromosphere, In: Wikipedia". San Francisco
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  • Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, and New Jersey. Wikipedia:
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  • strength of the new Constitution. Vermont (1791), Kentucky (1792), and Tennessee (1796) joined the Union. The following is a list of events in US Foriegn
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