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    Tennessee Resources and Information

    Tennessee was the 16th state in the US, becoming a state on June 1, 1796. The capital is Nashville and the largest city is Memphis. Tennessee is the 36th biggest state with 42,146 square miles. As of the 2000 census, the population was 5,689,283, making Tennessee the 16th most populous state in the US. The major industries are mining, electrical power, enriched uranium production, music, automobile manufacturing, farming, walking horses and tourism. The name Tennessee came from a Cherokee village in the region that is called "Tanasie." If you are planning to relocate to Tennessee, review the information on the following websites for useful information to help plan your move to TN State.

    The State of Tennessee Official Site
    The University of Tennessee
    Tennessee Department of Transportation
    Tennessee Motor Vehicle Division
    Auto Moving to Tennessee
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    Tennessee State In The South-central United States. It Is Bordered By Kentucky And Virginia (N), North Carolina (E), Georgia, Alabama, And Mississippi (S), And, Across The Mississippi River. Arkansas And Missouri (W).

    Tennessee Economy

    Although Tennessee Is Now Primarily Industrial, With Most Of Its People Residing In Urban Areas, Many Tennesseans Still Derive Their Livelihood From The Land. The State's Leading Crops Are Cotton, Soybeans, And Tobacco; Cattle, Dairy Products, And Hogs Are Also Principal Farm Commodities. Tennessee's Leading Mineral, In Dollar Value, Is Stone; Zinc Ranks Second (Tennessee Leads The Nation In Its Production). Industry Is Being Continually Diversified; The State's Leading Manufactures Are Chemicals And Related Products, Foods, Electrical Machinery, Primary Metals, Automobiles, Textiles And Apparel, And Stone, Clay, And Glass Items. Aluminum Production Has Been Important Since World War I. Tennessee Has Long Been A Major Tourist Destination, Owing Largely To Its Beautiful Scenery. Many Lakes Were Built Here By The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) And The Army Corps Of Engineers. The TVA Also Developed The Land Between The Lakes, An Enormous Kentucky-Tennessee Recreation Area. Visitors Are Also Drawn By Tennessee's Famed Music Capitals, The Country-music Mecca Of Nashville And The Blues And Jazz Hub Of Memphis.
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