Good Place to Live, A
Choosing topics based on the number of requests by local citizens, the author includes information covering the historic backgrounds of Bristol’s railroads, cemeteries, and medical services, as well as an explanation of the city’s unique dual-government system. With more than twenty chapters, the book also covers Bristol’s musical heritage, the impact of the automobile age, and the community’s continuing belief in the morals of the masses, along with extensive detail on the founding, development, and culture of the twin cities.
- 6 x 9 Hardcover 226pp.
- Subject: Tennessee Interest, Virginia Interest