NEW Still in shrink wrap. Author Livingood was a history professor and administrator at the University of Chattanooga later UT Chattanooga from 1937 until 1975. Straighforward, prosaic, and written to scholarly academic sourcing standards, even though its out of print, this work remains the standard introductory reference for Hamilton Countys history. Not to be confused with Dr. Livingoods much...
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Brand new copy. The Chattanooga Country Gateway to History, The Nashville to Atlanta Rail Corridor of the 1860s, James Livingood. In 1860, Chattanooga census takers reported 2,545 persons residing in the town less than 25 years old. In that short time it had changed from a river landing to a major railroad junction in a region where the cotton and corn countries met. This book is an outstanding...