Entries that Begin with D
- Dabney Jr., Charles W.
- Charles W. Dabney Jr., proponent of New South scientific agriculture and respected president of the University of Tennessee from 1887 to 1899, was born in Hampden-Sydney, Virginia, to Robert Lewis and... continue »
- Dance Companies
- For more than fifty years, dance companies have encouraged and supported the development of a high quality of dance throughout Tennessee. Through professional, civic, and educational affiliations, the... continue »
- Dance: Clogging and Buckdancing
- The traditional dances of clogging and buckdancing are popular forms of percussive dancing that originated in the southern Appalachian mountains. Though the eighteenth-century Scottish and Irish settl... continue »
- Dandridge, Battle of
- The engagement at Dandridge occurred when Federal troops, commanded by
Maj. Gen. John Parke, moved toward Dandridge in East Tennessee on
January 14 in search of forage. Upon receiving reports of the... continue »
- Daniel Jr., Rollin A.
- Rollin A. Daniel Jr., a pioneer in cardiac and thoracic surgery, was born June 14, 1908, in Georgia. Shortly thereafter, his parents moved to the Nashville area, and he grew up in Middle Tennessee. Da... continue »
- Dark Tobacco District Planters' Protective Association
- Hoping for relief from economic hardship, tobacco growers in western Kentucky and northern Middle Tennessee formed the Dark Tobacco District Planters' Protective Association of Kentucky and Tenne... continue »
- Daughtrey, Martha Craig
- Martha Craig Daughtrey, attorney, law professor, and judge, was born on July 21, 1942, in Covington, Kentucky. She received a B.A. (cum laude) from Vanderbilt University in 1964 and graduated from Van... continue »
- David Crockett Birthplace State Park
- With sixty-six acres situated along the scenic Nolichucky River valley in Greene County, the David Crockett Birthplace State Park features a reproduction of the log cabin where Crockett was born near ... continue »
- David Crockett State Park
- David Crockett State Park, located outside of Lawrenceburg on over one thousand acres of land, includes the original sites of a gristmill, distillery, and powder mill once owned by Davy Crockett, the ... continue »
- David Halberstam
- David Halberstam was a nationally significant late-twentieth-century journalist and writer, who chronicled the Nashville
student movement during the early years of the Civil Rights movement in
Tenne... continue »
Text copyright 1998 by the Tennessee Historical Society, Nashville, Tennessee.
Online Edition © 2002 ~ 2014, The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee. All Rights Reserved.
Powererd by eCMS from R.Squared Communications