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Olde Mill Inn Bed & Breakfast on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Olde Mill Inn Bed & Breakfast

Cumberland Gap, TN

During the late nineteenth century, there were about 3,000 working mills in Tennessee, including saw, textile, and grain mills. Today there are only a handful of these historic mills still in operation. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to keep them running. Tennessee Crossroads takes us to Cumberland Gap to visit a family that not only keeps the town's old mill running, they've turned it into a Bed and Breakfast. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

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The Inn at Evins Mill on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

The Inn at Evins Mill

Smithville, TN

If walls could talk then the lodge at Evins Mills could tell some amazing stories. The two story structure and adjoining grist Mill were built just outside Smithville, TN by State Senator Edgar Evins. He entertained a lot of powerful people there, and now a Nashville, TN family owns the property and they've turned it into a rustic special event destination. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about The Inn at Evins Mill.

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Dusty Baker - Concrete Artist on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Dusty Baker – Concrete Artist

Hurricane Mills, TN

When you think of concrete, you usually think of sidewalks or roads, but Dusty Baker imagines so much more. He's a concrete artist who creates unique countertops, tables and whatever else his imagination comes up with. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

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Loretta Lynn's Ranch on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Loretta Lynn’s Ranch

Hurricane Mills, TN

Laura Faber tours Loretta Lynn's ranch.

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Episode 2902 of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads

2902

River Terrace,Claus "Dutch" Mann - Woodcarver,The General Jackson Showboat.

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Voodoo Gumbo on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Voodoo Gumbo

Nashville, TN

When a horrible hurricane hit the Gulf Coast, Joel and Herb Tassin decided to leave their beloved New Orleans, LA for good and move to Nashville, TN. Among the treasures they brought with them was the ability to create wonderful, New Orleans-style food. Tennessee Crossroads met these brothers at their restaurant, Voodoo Gumbo, for food like you'd find in the French Quarter. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.

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River Terrace on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

River Terrace

Columbia, TN

Tennessee Crossroads meets a pair of New Orleans transplants who resettled in Columbia, TN following Hurricane Katrina. Here they restored an old restaurant on the Duck River where they are bringing the taste of home to Tennessee. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

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Melanie Guion - Shoe Artist on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Melanie Guion – Shoe Artist

Nashville, TN

Hurricane Katrina caused hundreds of people to flee New Orleans, LA and the gulf coast. Many of those displaced settled in Tennessee. One woman who fled the storm decided Nashville would be a wonderful place to continue her artwork. Tennessee Crossroads shows us this artist is starting over in Music City with her husband, her son and her shoes. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Melanie Guion - Shoe Artist.

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The Inn at Hunt Phelan on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

The Inn at Hunt Phelan

Memphis, TN

The mansion was originally built between the years 1824 and 1828 from the plans of famed architect Robert Mills, whose other works include the U.S. Treasury building, the Washington Monument and parts of the White House.

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Riverview Restaurant & Marina on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Riverview Restaurant & Marina

Ashland City, TN

Tennessee Crossroads meets a pair of New Orleans transplants who resettled in Columbia, TN following Hurricane Katrina. Here, they restored an old restaurant on the Cumberland River in Ashland City where they are bringing the taste of home to Tennessee. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

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