What is Tennessee
"Did you know Tennessee is the "Volunteer State" nickname earned during the war of 1812 because of the prominent role played by Volunteer soldiers from Tennessee, especially during the Battle of New Orleans? The capital of Tennessee is Nashville. Tennessee was the 16th state in the U.S.A and it became a state on June 1, 1796. The three stars represent the three great divisions of the state, East Tennessee, Middle Tennessee, and West Tennessee on the state flag. The circle around the stars represent the unity of the great divisions of the stare.
Great Smoky Mountains
Dad, Mike, Pam and I go to Tennessee a lot of times we go to the observation deck at Clingmans Dome in the Great Smoky Mountains. We hiked to the observation deck at clingman's dome. It's a beautiful place to look at the Great Smoky Mountains. I love the Great Smoky Mountains and the arcade games inside the arcade in Pigeon❤️Forge.
Arcade city in Tennessee
The arcade has 100s of games did you know that I love them all because I play them ten times when I'm there or more. For example the fish game is my favorite game to play at the arcade at the island in Tennessee.
Tennessee designated the mockingbird as the official state bird in 1933. Mockingbirds can sing up to two hundred songs. The male and female look alike. The mockingbirds build nests out of twigs in a shrubs or trees.
The tulip tree is the state tree of Indana,Kentucky, and Tennessee state tree. It can grow up to more than 50m(160ft) in virgin cove forest of the Appalachian mountains often with no limbs until it reaches 25-30m (80-100ft) in height, makeing it a very valuable timber tree.
It is the state cultivated flower. It is a perennial plant coming from a bulb. It became the state flower in 1933. The iris is in several different colors. The purple iris is commonly accepted as the state flower.