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865-215-8801
Second Floor
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865-215-8800

When the West Was Tennessee

Bill Landry

 When the West Was Tennessee. Landry takes readers on an adventure to discover the stories of the uncommon people who settled the Tennessee frontier, especially our own East Tennessee. Bill introduces a wide range of historical characters, such as the botanist and artist William Bartram, frontiersman Daniel Boone, the Cherokee warrior Dragging Canoe, the infamous murderers the Harp Brothers, and personages on the Tennessee frontier. During his three decades as spokesman, writer, actor, co-producer, and performer with the regionally broadcast The Heartland Series, Landry sought out the sometimes strange mountain customs and mysteries to discover the region’s character.

$30.00
Weight: 
1 lb
Dimensions: 
7 × 1 × 10 in