TENNESSEE 
          "Agriculture and Commerce"


 
Date Admitted:  1796 (16th) 
Capital:  Nashville 
Largest City:  Memphis 
Population:  5,368,198 
State Songs:  
     "My Homeland Tennesee"  Lyrics 
     "When It's Iris Time in Tennessee" 
           Lyrics 
     "My Tennessee"  Lyrics 
     "The Tennessee Waltz"  Lyrics 
     "Rocky Top"  Lyrics 
     "Tennessee"  Lyrics 
State Bird:  Mockingbird 
State Tree:  Yellow Poplar 
State Flower:  Iris 
Nickname:  The Volunteer State 
State Constitution:  Adopted in 1870 
Official State Web Page:  Tennessee 
Department of Education:  Schools 
Electronic Library:  Tennessee 

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Links of Interest: 

News and Media 
   National Weather Service- 
     Nashville 
   HomeWord 
   Tennessean 
   Tennessee Tribune 
   Nashville Business Journal 

Travel and Tourism 
   Vacationer Magazine 
   Smoky Mtns.com 
   Middle Country Tennessee 
      Tourist Guide 
   Rod's Guide to the  
      Smoky Mountains 
   Smoky Mountain Vacation  
      Adventures 
   Tennessee Department of 
      Tourist Development 
   Tennessee's Backroads 
   Tennessee Highways Page 
   Go Tennessee 
   Tennessee.Net 
   Smoky Mountains Fall  
      Color & Foliage Guide 

History and Community 
   Memphis City Link 
   KnoxCam 
   Tennessee Arts Commission 
   East Tennessee History  
      and Folklore 
   Time of Troubles 
   Tennessee Humanities Council 
   Cumberland Trail State Park 
   Meeman Shelby State Park 
   Tennessee State Parks 
   South Cumberland State Park 
   Big South Fork 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
            Adopted in 1905 

Elected Officials  
    Governor:  
        Don Sundquist 
    Senators:  
        William Frist 
        Fred Thompson 
    Representatives:  
        William Jenkins -- 1st District  
        John Duncan, Jr. -- 2nd District  
        Zach Wamp -- 3rd District  
        Van Hilleary -- 4th District  
        Bob Clement -- 5th District 
        Bart Gordon -- 6th District 
        Ed Bryant -- 7th District 
        John Tanner -- 8th District 
        Harold Ford -- 9th District