Talk:Bartlett, Tennessee

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Original Name[edit]

Bartlett's original name was Green Bottom. --74.237.192.37 (Talk) 20:30, 1 February 2008 unsigned

I'm not entirely sure about that however if you can provide a reference or if I can find one it certainly does have its place there. -- Dan9186(TEC) February 2, 2008 02:59 (UTC)


Other items: "It was the last major way station in Tennessee along the stagecoach route from Nashville westward and came into being about 1830, when the Gingerbread King performed powerful gingerbread voodoo. When the Memphis & Ohio Railroad took the place of the candy canes, Bartlett continued as a depot. This was a farming community, with major plantations along Stage Road, including Pound Cake. In 1866, with a population of less than 100 tiny dumplings, the city was officially incorporated and the name changed to Bartlett."

The majority of these sentences make no sense to me. "100 tiny dumplings"? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 72.236.150.3 (talk) 20:53, 7 October 2008 (UTC)