Planning in the Tennessee Valley region
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Planning in the Tennessee Valley region by John P. Worsham

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

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Places:

  • Tennessee Valley

Subjects:

  • Tennessee Valley Authority -- Bibliography.,
  • Regional planning -- Tennessee Valley -- Bibliography.

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Cover title.

StatementJohn P. Worsham, Jr.
SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography ;, P-10
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ7164.R33 W66, HT392.5.T46 W66
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4761223M
LC Control Number78108075

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The Tennessee Valley Authority, or TVA, was a project ofFaustian scale generally known to the public as a mention in high schoolhistory. What is not generally known is the degree to which design was aconscious force that played an important role throughout its by: 3. This report is published for the purpose of giving to the engineering profession the important and useful facts about the planning and construction of the Norris Dam and Reservoir on the Clinch River, in eastern Tennessee, by the Tennessee Valley Authority, an agency of the United States Government. Western Tennessee includes Memphis and the lowlands, swamps, and floodplains of the Mississippi Delta. Enrich your Tennessee trip by exploring each one of these regions, dividing your time between the state's virtually untouched wilderness areas and its thriving cities. Tennessee Valley Authority Savings & Deferral Retirement Plan. Welcome to the TVA Savings & Deferral (k) Retirement Plan. The (k) Plan is a great way to save for your retirement. Enrolling is fast and easy: Simply select the Enroll Now button on the right. To learn more before you enroll, see Investment Options & Plan Basics below.

Main Office. Brainerd Road, Suite C Chattanooga, TN [email protected] Contact: Joseph Combs, Regional Administrator. " Map of the Tennessee Valley Region. Includes information on the forest fire protection plan for northern Alabama, as well as district boundaries and national forest lands. Created by the Engineering Service Division of the Tennessee Valley Authority. Tennessee Valley Authority. The Tennessee Valley begins in the upper head water portions of the Holston River, the Watauga River, and the Doe River in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, as well as east of Asheville, North Carolina, with the headwaters of the French Broad and Pigeon rivers, all of which join at the confluence of the French Broad and the Holston to form the Tennessee River in Knoxville. Relief shown pictorially. Includes profile of proposed dams. Inset: Smoky Mountain Park Area. 9 x 17 cm. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Annotated in ink: From Investigation of the Tennessee Valley Authority, report of the Investigation Committee, 76th Congress, 1st Session, April 3,

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is a federally owned corporation in the United States created by congressional charter on , to provide navigation, flood control, electricity generation, fertilizer manufacturing, and economic development to the Tennessee Valley, a region particularly affected by the Great arters: Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S. Folder 2: Atlas of the Tennessee Valley Region: Part 1 - the Industrial Series June Folder 3: Muscle Shoals: A Plan for use of the Tennessee River by the Muscle Shoals Commission. page book. Folder 4: Report on costs of water control system in the Tennessee River Basin. Folder 5: Map of dams and resevoirs, TVA. Designated National Planning Pioneers in Aelred J. Gray. Aelred J. Gray, who started as a planner for the Tennessee Valley Authority in , directed the community planning assistance program and later developed the floodway regulation concepts that led to the National Flood Insurance Program. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), independent U.S. government corporate agency, created in by act of Congress; it is responsible for the integrated development of the Tennessee River basin.