Definition of Capital of Tennessee
1. Noun. Capital of the state of Tennessee; located in the north central part of the state on the Cumberland River; known for country music.
Generic synonyms: State Capital
Group relationships: Tennessee, Tn, Volunteer State
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Literary usage of Capital of Tennessee
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1. The American Cyclopædia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1878)
"NASHVILLE, capital of Tennessee, XII. 150 (view, 151). Universityof,151,2c. History, 152,1 c. Nashville, county seats, II. 581, 1 a ; III. 335, la; XII. ..."
2. The History of the Civil War in America by John Stevens Cabot Abbott (1866)
"Almost immediately after the capital of Tennessee had thus come again under National rule, President Lincoln appointed Andrew Johnson Military Governor of ..."
3. Manual of Geography: Combined with History and Astronomy by James Monteith (1864)
"What is the capital of Tennessee? What City in the eastern part of the State? What City in the south-western part? LESSON LXXXIII. 0 H 10. ..."
4. Colton's Common School Geography by Joseph Hutchins Colton (1880)
"Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, at the head of steamboat navigation on the Cumberland River, is an important railroad center. Population, 26000. ..."
5. Colton & Fitch's Primer of Geography: Illus. by 16 Maps, and Numerous Engravings by George Woolworth Colton, George Wilham Fitch (1866)
"Q. What is the capital of Tennessee ? A. Nash'ville, on the Cumberland River, is the capital and chief town. Q. What town in the southwestern part of ..."