Published author and filmmaker Dean W. Arnold will share the highlights of Chattanooga’s 19th century in a local history talk next Tuesday. He will discuss how the Civil War changed Chattanooga, how it led to Coca-Cola Bottling and some of America’s greatest fortunes.
This talk is scheduled for 5:30-7 p.m.
at the Chattanooga Public Library First Floor Auditorium.
Mr. Arnold will also have available his just-released book “Unknown Empire” as well as his best-selling book on Chattanooga, “Old Money, New South,” out of print for several years until now.
This talk is a part of a monthly series by local non-profit Hamilton Flourishing. Founder Doug Daugherty said. “Dean’s style is engaging and conversational and promises to be enjoyable and enlightening for people of Chattanooga from all backgrounds and ages.”