Greeneville

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Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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Greeneville,

town (1990 pop. 13,532), seat of Greene co., NE Tenn., in a tobacco, dairy, and cattle area; founded 1783, inc. 1875. It is a leading tobacco market with plants that produce various light manufactures. In 1785, Greeneville succeeded Jonesboro as the capital of the State of Franklin (see Franklin, State ofFranklin, State of,
government (1784–88) formed by the inhabitants of Washington, Sullivan, and Greene counties in present-day E Tennessee after North Carolina ceded (June, 1784) its western lands to the United States. Following preliminary conventions at Jonesboro (Aug.
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). President Andrew Johnson's home, tailor shop, and grave are preserved at a national historic site (see National Parks and MonumentsNational Parks and Monuments

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Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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, table). In the courthouse square are monuments to Civil War soldiers. Tusculum College is in Greeneville.
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At its regular board meeting Thursday, Mosheim's Board of Mayor and Aldermen accepted a new water deal with the Greeneville Water Commission.
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Dael Delynn Powell and William Matha Young, both of Greeneville, Tenn.
based Peleliu, Germantown (LSD 42), Ogden (LPD 5), Jarrett (FFG 33) and Decatur (DDG 73) joined up with the Pearl Harbor-based Port Royal (CG 73) and Greeneville (SSN 772) to form Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) 1.
Testing of the Northrop Grumman Advanced Seal Delivery System (ASDS), which included multiple launch and recovery dockings, has been successfully completed with support from the US Navy's USS Greeneville (SSN 772).
This paper analyzes referential forms that identify the Ehime Maru and the Greeneville, the two vessels involved in the February 9, 2001, collision off the coast of Hawaii.
9, 2001 after it was struck from below by the 6,080-ton nuclear sub Greeneville off Hawaii as the sub performed a rapid-surfacing drill for civilian guests aboard.
The Hawaii epitaph says, as initially proposed by the prefectural government, that the high school fisheries training ship Ehime Maru sank due to a ''collision with'' the sub Greeneville.
Greeneville, with an entire ocean at its disposal, could pick the exactly wrong spot to surface, what's truly unreal is the fact that the U.
Greeneville crew members report that they were showing off for several visiting civilians by attempting a difficult emergency ascent at the time of the tragedy.
The navy acknowledged that two of 15 civilians on board were at key control stations of the USS Greeneville when it practised an emergency surfacing manoeuvre and rammed the Ehime Maru, sinking it.