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Native Americans set up camps near the area that was to become Clarksville because of its proximity to the crossing of the Buffalo Trace across the Ohio River.
John James Audubon was one of several naturalists who studied the rich variety of wildlife in the area.
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Dan Song, the president of LG's home appliances division, called Tennessee the "clear choice" for the new plant after a national search dating back six years. Bill Haslam's administration declined to detail the incentive package offered to LG because the contacts had not yet been finalized.
South Korean tire maker Hankook also has a new plant in Clarksville, and the company announced last year it was moving its North American headquarters from New Jersey to downtown Nashville. Bill Haslam, left, introduces Dan Song, the president of LG's home appliances division, during an announcement Tuesday, Feb. It was announced that South Korean appliance maker LG Electronics Inc.
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The plant will be built in Clarksville, about 40 miles northwest of Nashville.Immediately after the Revolutionary War, the Virginia legislature rewarded Clark and other veterans for their service with grants of land, including 150,000 acres in the territory north of the Ohio River. announced Tuesday that it has selected Tennessee as the site for its first washing machine plant in the United States.Clarksville, Tennessee, is located in the far north-central portion of the state.
The county seat of Montgomery County is one of the fastest growing cities in America among those with populations of more than 50,000.
Parks and Recreation The Clarksville Greenway is actively used by hikers, bikers and rollerbladers.