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God, Guns, Guitars & Whiskey-2nd Edition

Published 2019

164 Pages

Black and white; Soft Color Cover

8.5 x 11

265 photographs and 17 maps

God, Guns, Guitars & Whiskey (2nd Edition)

An Illustrated Guide to Historic Nashville, Tennessee

An illustrated guidebook spotlighting more than 170 historic sites and artifacts of Nashville, the capital of Tennessee and Music City USA. A total of 265 photographs and 17 maps will help you find your way.


Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, offers a treasure trove of fascinating historic sites to explore. In the process you will learn the stories of our ancestors, the journeys they undertook, and the trials and tribulations they encountered. Along the way you will explore museums of all types, historic buildings and significant architecture, antebellum mansions, monuments and memorials, sculptures and public art, battlefields, artifacts, and markers.


This guide begins with a walking tour of historic downtown Nashville that spotlights more than 70 sites. The tour will take you from the historic riverfront to the centers of municipal and state government, along Church Street with its eclectic architecture, down the Victorian-era warehouse row, and then up Broadway, home to many of Nashville’s music venues—from symphony halls to honky tonks. The full tour will take several hours; you may wish to pick and choose your destinations to create a shorter route. This section also includes feature articles on the Tennessee State Capitol and Ryman Auditorium and a listing of Native-American historic sites.


The next section covers nearly 100 historic sites of Nashville-Davidson County outside the downtown area and includes a feature article on the Tennessee Centennial Exposition and a listing of African-American historic sites. A table of contents and 14 maps locates each site. Descriptions and articles include Centennial Park, Music Row, Vanderbilt University and other West End attractions; the North Nashville and Germantown historic districts; the College Hill and South Nashville districts; several Civil War sites; and historic Edgefield and East Nashville.


The final section contains the text and locations of 240 historical markers in Nashville-Davidson County.

Be sure to order the updated and expanded

2nd Edition (Zimco-2019)!


Title available from Ingram

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