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37555Re: [civilwarwest] Balancing the past with the economic future of Franklin

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  • Rick Moody
    Mar 2, 2006
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      Thanks for the link. It must be tough for the small
      towns to make these decisions. There has to be a way
      for them to profit like Gettysburg has all these
      years. Without the battle at Gettysburg no one would
      think twice about the place. I would think the state
      of Tennessee would want a stake in this action? They
      are running TV adds in my area advertising Tennessee
      as a great vacation spot. They even show scenes from
      a reenactment in the clip. The Grand Ole Opry,
      Dollywood, and the Franklin Battlefield. :-) I can
      wish can't I?


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