Talk:Townsend, Tennessee

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Changes to article 4/21/2007[edit]

I rewrote the intro, with a better description of Tuckaleechee Cove and its relation to the city of Townsend. Other changes:

1. Removed the statement regarding Cartwright's. I couldn't find a source, and without a published source, the statement could be considered libelous.

2. Added a more extensive history section detailing the town's Cherokee history and its history as a logging camp.

3. Added a more detailed description of US-321 as it passes through Townsend.

The article also needs a better source for the two THC marker citations.

Bms4880 18:32, 21 April 2007 (UTC)

Geology[edit]

The text gives "These windows form when erosional forces carry away the older rocks (mostly sandstone), exposing the younger rock below (i.e., limestone)." This is counter-intuitive. There's probably a need to explain why the older layers are on top of the younger layers. Bill 01:34, 9 February 2009 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Bill Willis (talkcontribs)