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Army bridge across the Tennessee River at Chattanooga, L8121

Scene at Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee River, Sunday Afternoon, 6th April 1862

Position of ft. Henry on Tennessee River

Pittsburg landing

[Lieutenant Louis von Trebra, Captain [Lieutenant] Adolph Metzner, and Lieutenant Walker, Tennessee River near Battle Creek, Alabama, August 1862]

Scene at Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee River, Sunday Afternoon, 6th April 1862

Tennessee River near Florence, Alabama, 1862

Ft. Henry. Tennessee River

Capture of Fort Henry by U.S. gun boats under the command of Flag Officer Foote, February 6th 1862 / J.G. ; Middleton, Strobridge & Co. Lith. Cin. O.

Map of Chattanooga & vicinity : showing Confederate and Union lines at the beginning of the battle of Nov. 23-25, 1863, and the route followed by Sherman in crossing from the North to the South of the Tennessee River on the night of Nov. 24

Ruins of R.R. bridge across Tennessee River, at Bridgeport, Tenn.? (i.e. Alabama) and pontoon bridge in course of construction

Moccasin Bend

Moccasin Bend

Tennessee. Lookout Mountain, scene of the battle of November 24th, 1863 / from a sketch by Moser.

Glimpse of river from Hill Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn.

Knoxville, Tenn. from across the Tennessee River

From balcony of country club, Knoxville, Tenn.

[Knoxville, Tenn. from across the [Tennessee] River]

[Glimpse of river from Hill Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn.]

[From balcony of country club, Knoxville, Tenn.]

Bluffs of the Tennessee River, Chattanooga, Tenn.

Bluffs of the Tennessee River, Chattanooga, Tenn

[Lookout Mountain, view from Point Lookout]

Chattanooga and Tennessee River from Lookout Mt., Tenn.

Lookout Mountain from the Tennessee River

Chattanooga and the Tennessee River from Lookout Mountain

Moccasin Bend from Lookout Mt. [i.e. Mountain], Tenn.

[Chattanooga and the Tennessee River, from Lookout Mountain]

Moccasin Bend from Lookout Mt. i.e. Mountain, Tenn

Point Hotel and the battlefield, Lookout Mountain

Lookout Mountain, view from Point Lookout

Lookout Mountain from the Tennessee River

Point Hotel and the battlefield, Lookout Mountain

Chattanooga and the Tennessee River from Lookout Mountain

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.

[University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.]

County bridge, Tennessee River, Chattanooga, Tenn

County bridge, Tennessee River, Chattanooga, Tenn.

Birdseye view of Tennessee River, Pittsburg Landing, and the Battlefield of Shiloh, April 6, 1862 /

The Tennessee River from Lookout Mountain, Tennessee

Dams under construction. Kentucky Dam, close to the mouth of the Tennessee River, will be one of the biggest projects of the Authority and will back the water up for a distance of 185 miles. It will be completed in 1944. This photograph shows a partial view of the lock operation building, with the commanding officer's work space, shaped somewhat like a control cabin in the foreground on the second floor. The near wing contains visitors' rest rooms while the lock switchboard is in the far wing, entered through the door in the foreground of the picture. Visitors are admitted to the various roof levels to watch the locking operation

Watts Bar Dam, Tenn. 1935-40? A view of the dam and the Tennessee River

Power station. Tennessee Valley Authority development

This one-room hut built of rough lumber over the chassis of an abandoned Ford truck was the housing provided by a landlord for an illiterate wood-cutter, with a wife and seven children. Found on U.S. Route 70 between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee, near Tennessee River. Family of nine lived and slept in this shack

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

One-room hut housing family of nine built over chassis of abandoned Ford in open field between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee, near Tennessee River

This one-room hut built of rough lumber over the chassis of an abandoned Ford truck was the housing provided by a landlord for an illiterate wood-cutter, with a wife and seven children. Found on U.S. Route 70 between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee, near Tennessee River. Family of nine lived and slept in this shack

Untitled photo, possibly related to: This one-room hut built of rough lumber over the chassis of an abandoned Ford truck was the housing provided by a landlord for an illiterate wood-cutter, with a wife and seven children. Found on U.S. Route 70 between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee, near Tennessee River. Family of nine lived and slept in this shack

Resettlement official investigating case of nine living in field on U.S. Route 70 between Camden and Bruceton, Tennessee, near Tennessee River

Insulators and transmission wires in the switchyard of the TVA's Chickamauga Dam, located near Chattanooga, 471 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River. The dam has an authorized power installation of 81,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tenn. River system. The power that passes through this switchyard serves many useful domestic, agricultural and industrial uses

Tightening a nut on a guide vane operating seromotor in TVA's hydroelectric plant, Watts Bar Dam, Tennessee. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Generator works at the winding of a generator stator in a new addition to TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam, Sheffield vicinity, Ala. Located 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Switchyard at TVA's Wilson Dam hydroelectric plant, vicinity of Sheffield, Ala., 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River

Insulators and transmission wires in the switchyard of the TVA's Chickamauga Dam, located near Chattanooga, 471 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River. The [dam] has an authorized power installation of 81,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tenn. River system. The power that passes through this switchyard serves many useful domestic, agricultural and industrial uses.

Eight generator units in the generator room of a new addition to TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam, Sheffield vicinity, Ala. Located 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Switchyard at TVA's Wilson Dam hydroelectric plant, vicinity of Sheffield, Ala., 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River

Switch yard at TVA's Wilson Dam hydroelectric plant, vicinity of Sheffield, Ala., 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River

Section of one of the switchyards from which high tension lines carry current generated at TVA's Wilson Dam hydroelectric plant, Sheffield vicinity, Ala. Located 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Eight generator units in the generator room of a new addition to TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam, Sheffield vicinity, Ala. Located 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Generator hall of the powerhouse, Chickamauga Dam, Tenn. The dam, located near Chattanooga, 471 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, has an authorized power installation of 81,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 108,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system. The power that goes out over its 154,000 volt transmission line serves many useful domestic, agricultural and industrial uses

Generator works at the winding of a generator stator in a new addition to TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam, Sheffield vicinity, Ala. Located 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tightening a nut on a guide vane operating seromotor in TVA's hydroelectric plant, Watts Bar Dam, Tennessee. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Section of one of the switchyards from which high tension lines carry current generated at TVA's Wilson Dam hydroelectric plant, Sheffield vicinity, Ala. Located 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Checking the alignment of a turbine shaft at the top of the guide bearing in TVA's hydroelectric plant, Watts Bar Dam, Tenn. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Generator hall of the powerhouse, Chickamauga Dam, Tenn. The dam, located near Chattanooga, 471 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, has an authorized power installation of 81,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 108,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system. The power that goes out over its 154,000 volt transmission line serves many useful domestic, agricultural and industrial uses

Checking the alignment of a turbine shaft at the top of the guide bearing in TVA's hydroelectric plant, Watts Bar Dam, Tenn. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kw., which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kw. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. A partly completed generator in the new addition to TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. A long line of completed generators extends back the full length of the room. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam had an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennesse River system

Sheffield, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). The Halls often go boating o the Tennessee River

Tennessee River, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). At dawn, plane spreads insecticide on Tennessee River to destroy malaria-carrying mosquitoes

Tennessee Valley Authority. Transmission line towers and high-tension lines that carry current generated at the TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. Switchyard at TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. On the right is line of 161 kilowatt, 1200 ampere oil circuit breakers. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. A coupling between a turbine and a generator shaft at TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Decatur, Alabama. Ingalls Shipbuilding Company. On the Tennessee River

Power and conservation. Chickamauga Dam, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Switchyard of the TVA's Chickamauga Dam, located near Chattanooga, 471 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River. The dam has an authorized power installation of 81,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 108,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system. The power that passes through this switchyard serves many useful domestic, agricultural and industrial uses

Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. Switchyard at TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. On the right is line of 161 kilowatt, 1200 ampere oil circuit breakers. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Decatur, Alabama. Ingalls Shipbuilding Company. On the Tennessee River. From the yard the barges go down the river to Paducah, Kentucky, then down the Mississippi to New Orleans

Tennessee River, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). At dawn, plane spreads insecticide on Tennessee River to destroy malaria-carrying mosquitoes

Power and conservation. Chickamauga Dam, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Switchyard of the TVA's Chickamauga Dam, located near Chattanooga, 471 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River. The dam has an authorized power installation of 81,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 108,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system. The power that passes through this switchyard serves many useful domestic, agricultural and industrial uses

Tennessee Valley Authority. A generator winder works at the winding of a generator stator in a new addition to the TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Construction activities on a new generating unit in the new addition to TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. The walls and a portion of the intake can be seen. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam had an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennesse River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Generator winders work at the winding of a generator stator in a new addition to the TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Section of one of the switchyards from which high-tension lines carry generated at the TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee River, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). At dawn, plane spreads insecticide on Tennessee River to destroy malaria-carrying mosquitoes

Tennessee Valley Authority. Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. Tightening a nut on a guide vane operating servomotor in TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. A main power transformer, cooled by forced air, at TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. The stator, rotor and exciter of a new generator unit in place at TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Completed units show in the background. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam had an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennesse River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Wilson Dam hydroelectric plant construction. A partly completed stator for one of the generator units at a new addition to the TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Wilson Dam, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Spraying insecticide along banks of Tennessee River for malaria control

Tennessee River, Alabama (Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)). Spraying the banks of the Tennessee River to destroy mosquitoes which carry malaria

Power and conservation. Chickamauga Dam, Tennessee Valley Authority. Insulators and transmission wires in the switchyard of the TVA's Chickamauga Dam, located near Chattanooga, 471 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River. The dam has an authorized power installation of 81,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system. The power that passes through this switchyard serves many useful domestic, agricultural and industrial uses

Tennessee Valley Authority. Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. Tightening a nut on a guide vane operating servomotor in TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. Painting a main power transformer in the switchyard at TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Transmission line towers and high-tension lines that carry current generated at the TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Decatur, Alabama. Ingalls Shipbuilding Company. On the Tennessee River. From the yard the barges go down the river to Paducah, Kentucky, then down the Mississippi to New Orleans

Tennessee Valley Authority. Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. Checking the alignment of a turbine shaft at the top of the guide bearing in TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Pole line carrying 110-volt current generated at TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Power and conservation. Chickamauga Dam, Tennessee Valley Authority. Insulators and transmission wires in the switchyard of the TVA's Chickamauga Dam, located near Chattanooga, 471 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River. The dam has an authorized power installation of 81,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system. The power that passes through this switchyard serves many useful domestic, agricultural and industrial uses

Tennessee Valley Authority. A cover plate and exciter housing of a new generator unit in place at TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Completed units show in the background. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam had an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennesse River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Eight generator units in the generator room of a new addition to the TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles about the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Section of one of the switchyards from which high-tension lines carry generated at the TVA's hydroelectric plant at Wilson Dam. Located near Sheffield, Alabama, 260 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 288,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 444,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 377,000 acre-feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

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