Entries that Begin with G
- Green, Nathan
- Nathan Green, noted Tennessee Supreme Court judge, was born on May 16, 1792, in Amelia County, Virginia, the son of planter Thomas Green. The young Green left his home state and relocated to Tennessee... continue »
- Greene County
- Greene County lies in the Great Valley of Tennessee in the northeast corner of the state. Its valleys are enriched by the disintegrated limestone that lies below them. Bays Mountain, one of the three ... continue »
- Griggs, Sutton E.
- Reverend Sutton E. Griggs, minister, writer, and community leader, was
born in Chatfield, Texas, in 1882. He was the son of Allen R. Griggs, a
former slave and Baptist minister. He attended public s... continue »
- Grooms, Charles Rogers "Red"
- Born in Nashville in 1937, Red Grooms emerged in the 1960s to become one of the most important figures in the world of contemporary American art. He has captivated audiences with a creative genius tha... continue »
- Grove, Edwin Wiley
- Edwin Wiley Grove became one of the South’s leading entrepreneurs by
using ingenuity and vision typical of New South business tycoons. Grove
was born in Whiteville, Hardeman County, in 1850. A... continue »
- During the 1840s, an organization, known as the "Tennessee Clonisation Gesellschaft," was formed to encourage Swiss settlements on the Cumberland Plateau. Four settlements resulted from the effort, bu... continue »
- Grundy County
- The Tennessee General Assembly established Grundy County in 1844 from parts of Warren, Coffee, and later, Marion Counties. It was named in honor of Felix Grundy, a Virginian who migrated to Tennessee ... continue »
- Grundy Lakes Park and Grundy Forest State Natural Area
- Located in Grundy County, Grundy Lakes and Grundy Forest are part of the South Cumberland State Recreation Area. Grundy Lakes began as an environmentally devastated mining property, part of a complex ... continue »
- Grundy, Ann Philips Rogers
- Ann Rogers Grundy was born December 8, 1779, in Lunenberg County, Virginia, to John and Sarah Dougherty Rodgers. She married lawyer Felix Grundy on May 11, 1797, in Springfield, Kentucky. In 1808 she ... continue »
- Grundy, Felix
- Felix Grundy, congressman, U.S. senator, and Democratic leader, was born in Virginia but first rose to prominence in Kentucky politics. After his admission to that state's bar at age twenty, Grun... continue »
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