Nolichucky


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Nolichucky

(nŏl'ĭchŭk`ē, nŏl`ĭchŭk'ē), river, c.150 mi (240 km) long, rising in the Blue Ridge, W N.C., and flowing NW and W to the French Broad River W of Greeneville, Tenn. A power dam impounds Davy Crockett Lake SW of Greeneville. The first settlement on the river was made in 1772.
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The Appalachian elktoe has been eliminated from much of its range and survives only in scattered pockets of suitable habitat in portions of the Little Tennessee River system, Pigeon River system, and Little River in North Carolina, and the Nolichucky River system in North Carolina and Tennessee.
The Regional Library Systems that compose East Tennessee include: (1) Clinch-Powell Regional Library, Clinton; (2) Fort Loudoun Regional Library, Athens; (3) Nolichucky Regional Library, Morristown; and (4) Watauga Regional Library, Johnson City (see http:// state.
For example, SIS has had regular formal meetings with members of the Nolichucky Regional Library in Morristown, Tennessee, since 2003 to develop ties between the two agencies and further information service outreach to rural libraries in the region.
There were 37 responses to the web-based survey with 70% of the respondents from the Clinch-Powell Regional Library (35%) and the Watauga Regional Library (35%), 19% from the Nolichucky Regional Library, and 11% from the Fort Loudoun Regional Library.
tanasi into the Hiwassee, Holston, Nolichucky, and Elk rivers in Tennessee.
The Elk and Nolichucky rivers in Tennessee were not sampled because transplantations apparently failed (Etnier and Starnes, 1993).
Southern Appalachian brook trout also were present in all major watersheds in east Tennessee that contain brook trout (South Fork Holston, Watauga, Nolichucky, French Broad, and Tellico/Little Tennessee).