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Madison Station is a detailed account of one area’s transformation from a bison trail to a beloved community of more than sixty-five thousand people. Benefited by historic records, maps, and drawings, Bockmon explores the rich heritage of Madison, Tennessee—a place dramatically affected by the L&N Railroad, World War I, and the policies of Franklin D. Roosevelt—retelling local stories of Fort Union, the Spring Hill Meetinghouse, Davidson Academy, and Andrew Jackson’s bride, a Madison resident.
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Guy Alan Bockmon is a retired professor of music with degrees from Murray State College in Kentucky and the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester in New York. He is the author of college textbooks in his field and has served as the director of music in Baptist, Congregationalist, Methodist, and Episcopal churches. He and his wife, Sue, reside in Pennington Bend, Tennessee, and have one grown son.
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Book Description Providence House Publishers, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. New/New hardcover, no names or other marks. ; 0.82 x 11.31 x 8.88 Inches; 192 pages. Seller Inventory # 24942
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