Talk:St. Elmo Historic District (Chattanooga, Tennessee)

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2 "ancient Indian trails"?[edit]

the article claims "St Elmo is at the crossroads of two ancient Indian trails". would like to know the names of them and their locations. am familiar with the 'War Path' trail on the west side of Lookout Mountain, and 'the Georgia Road' circa 1832. but haven't heard of a trail on the east side in/near St Elmo. tpk (talk) 23:09, 19 November 2013 (UTC)

Copyright Release[edit]

My name is Josiah Q. Roe from Chattanooga, Tennessee and I live in St. Elmo. I also am the co-owner of Coptix, the company that did the website st-elmo.org. I hold the copyright to the history page on st-elmo.org, and it can and should be used for the Saint Elmo National Historic District page. ----