Colleges in Tennessee
Tennessee, The Volunteer State, is divided into four climate divisions from east to west, but the weather is generally mild and agreeable, with mild winters and warm summers. There are many historical sites in Tennessee. For example, the Sam Houston Schoolhouse is a classic one room schoolhouse and the James K. Polk Home belonged to the 11th president. There are 54 state parks in Tennessee, including Big Cypress Tree State Park.
Tennessee has 11 National Park Service sites, including part of Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, which commemorates the exile of the Cherokee people. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which the state shares with its neighbor, North Carolina, is the most popular of all the national parks in the country. Nashville is the capital and largest metropolitan area. Of course, it's best known for country music, and fans will enjoy The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the city's music venues.
Spanning the Kentucky and Tennessee border, Fort Campbell is the home of the 101st Airborne Division--the only Air Assault Division in the world. Soldiers who call Fort Campbell home enjoy a number of services and amenities--including a range of education options.
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