Memories

Tennessee, World War II And The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier

In 1941, 20 years after the dedication of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, Tennessee’s Sergeant Alvin C. York, Medal of Honor recipient from Fentress County, spoke to Congressional representatives, veterans and members of the public, standing near the tomb. The 54-year-old veteran had become an outspoken proponent of United States engagement in the war raging in Europe. While York knew first-hand the tremendous ... (click for more)

President Eisenhower presiding at the ceremony adding the WWII and Korean War to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Immediately behind him and to his right is Command Sergeant Major Paul Huff, MOH, from Cleveland, Tn.
President Eisenhower presiding at the ceremony adding the WWII and Korean War to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Immediately behind him and to his right is Command Sergeant Major Paul Huff, MOH, from Cleveland, Tn.

Linda Moss Mines: An American Soldier Known Only To God Part I

Moccasin Bend Lecture Series Presents Rivers, Rails & Roads: Transportation During the Cherokee Removal

Set For Nov. 15 At The IMAX Theater


In April 1917, the United States Congress declared war on Germany and, during the next nineteen months, more than four million American men would serve in the Great War, with 2.8 million serving in Europe. Emotions ran high among citizens as the civilian front activated in full support of the ... (click for more)

The 16th Annual Moccasin Bend Lecture Series concludes with a presentation on Monday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. featuring “Rivers, Rails & Roads: Transportation During the Cherokee Removal.” Guest speaker, Amy Kostine, the National Trails Program coordinator for the Center for Historic Preservation ... (click for more)



Earl Freudenberg Shares Radio Memories At Meeting Of Chattanooga Area Historical Association

Activities Planned To Commemorate The 158th Anniversary Of The Battles For Chattanooga

Chattanooga Fire Department Celebrates 150 Years Of Dedicated Service


Retired radio broadcaster Earl Freudenberg was guest speaker for the November meeting of the Chattanooga Area Historical Association. Hey Earl, as he is known, shared a collection of his short ... (click for more)

Visitors are invited to join Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park staff as they commemorate the 158th Anniversary of the Battles for Chattanooga through a series of tours and hikes ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Fire Department has been serving the City of Chattanooga and its citizens for 150 years. "As we celebrate this milestone anniversary, we’re honoring the department’s rich history ... (click for more)


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