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Today's. Topic. Numbers in Tennessee. Trainer. Ronnie Morton. InTec KWL Brain Break Techie Moments. Quick Tips Question of the Day Morning Message Journal Writing. Vocabulary. Definition for words are in your Notehbook!. Class Begins. 8:00 A.M. Class Ends.

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Today's

Topic

Numbers in Tennessee

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Trainer

Ronnie Morton

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InTec

KWL

Brain Break

Techie

Moments

Quick Tips

Question of the

Day

Morning

Message

Journal Writing

Vocabulary

Definition for words are in your Notehbook!

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Class Begins

8:00 A.M.

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Class Ends

3:45 P.M.

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Discovering

Numbers in TN

Numbers

from

Jeff Bradley's Tennessee Handbook

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Numbers:

Indians

Time Periods Indians

Lived in TN

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Paleoindian Period

- 10,000+ to 8000 BC

Early

Indians

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Archaic

  • Period
  • 8000 to
  • 1000 BC
  • HUNTERS
  • AND GATHERERS

State Amphibian

Hunters

Gatherers

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Woodland

  • Period
  • 1000 BC
  • to AD 1000
  • VILLAGE GARDENERS

State

Reptile

Village

Gardners

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Mississippian Period

- AD 1000 to 1600

Early

Indians

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Indians

Early

HISTORIC PERIOD - AD 1600 to Present

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Historical

Numbers

Jeff Bradley's Tennessee Handbook

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Tennessee

Time-Line

1607

Hernando de Sota explored the land that is now TN.

1730

The British built Fort Loudoun along theT N River.

1770

James Robertson convinced a group to move to TN (Elizabethan).

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First settler was James Bean along the Watauga River in East TN.

1768

There were 85 farms along the Watauga and Holston Rivers.

1772

Richard Henderson engineered massive land purchase from the Cherokees near Sycamore Shoals.

1775

Tennessee became the 16th state with 3/4 of the land belonging to Cherokees.

1796

All of TN was opened up when the Indians were persuaded to sell their land.

1818

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Ended the Cherokee presence in TN and the Indians were sent to Oaklahoma (Trail of Tears).

1835

1850

Population surge in TN when the railroad moved into Tennessee.

The population had reached 2,000,000 by this date.

1900

1920

TN ratification of the 19th amendment gave women the right to vote.

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1922

The first radio station came to TN.

1925

The Grand Ole Opry was established in TN.

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) was established.

1933

1934

Smoky Mountains became a National Park.

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Discovering

Numbers in TN

Numbers

from

Tennessee Bluebook

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Take a Look at TN Numbers:

TN Registered Voters

TN Employment

TN Highway System

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3,400.487

Registered Voters

TN Population: 5,689,283

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Employment

in

Tennessee

Discovering Numbers

in Tennessee

90,000 FARMS

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More than

504,000

People are employed

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by over

8,000

manufacturing firms

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Exceeding

7,000,000,000

Seven Billion Dollars

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Nearly 2,000,000

Other Tenneseans

Work in these

Professions:

jobs that are

non-manufacturing

Professional

Service

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Bringing today's

TN Work Force

to nearly 2.7 million people

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From Bristol to Memphis

500 Miles

Tennessee River

140 miles in length

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State in Total Area

34th

Total Square Miles

41,219 Sq. Mi.

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Tennessee Roads

87,259 Miles

State Maintained Highways

13,751 Miles

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Interstate Highways

1.073 Miles

Tennessee Transportation

Gets 20 Cents on each

Gallon of Gas

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Tennessee Numbers

From: Jeff Bradley's Tennessee Handbook

Featuring: REELFOOT LAKE

14 Miles Long 5 Miles Wide

Covers 15,000 Acres Average Depth 5.2 Feet

Contains 1,000 Cypress Trees Deepest Depth 18 Feet

57 Species of Fish 250 Species of Birds

60,000 Geese 250,000 Ducks

Reelfoot Lake is located in Tiptonville, TN and is the closest TN city to the Mississippi River.