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by Dean W. Arnold

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  • ISBN 0974907642
  • ISBN13 978-0974907642
  • Language English
  • Author Dean W. Arnold
  • Publisher Chattanooga Historical Foundat (2006)
  • Pages 488
  • Formats azw doc lrf txt
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1598 kb
  • Size Fb2 1980 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 642

Old Money, New South-The Spirit of Chattanooga by Dean W. Arnold. Hardback. 2006.

Dean Arnold has written the new standard on Chattanooga history

Dean Arnold has written the new standard on Chattanooga history. Chattanooga has an interesting history as it has been at the center of several key events in our nation's history: The Trail of Tears, the turning point of the Civil War, the beginning of the end of Christian missions to the American Indians. Chattanooga is arguably the most religious city in the United States with a great deal of philanthropy and Christian organizations

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Welcome to this presentation of my work over the years-books, podcasts, articles, film, video, and other personal material and memorabilia. My goal has been to create content with a lasting impact on culture. A few of these endeavors have gained some popular success, but most have been accomplished through a commitment to making a positive difference regardless of the outcome. That motto showed its reward when creating this collection, as much of the work over the years remains relevant. Adding story structure to history is my labor of love

Old Money, New South-The Spirit of Chattanooga by Dean W. Arnold. Yet for those interested in the history of Chattanooga and in particular how the present has been determined by the past, well, there's no more compelling read on the subject

Old Money, New South-The Spirit of Chattanooga by Dean W. Yet for those interested in the history of Chattanooga and in particular how the present has been determined by the past, well, there's no more compelling read on the subject. It's downright scandalous at times, as if you'd discovered the private diary of the City. The New Standard Chattanooga History. com User, May 10, 2006. Dean Arnold has written the new standard on Chattanooga history.

Dean is a journalist and publisher in Chattanooga, Tennessee and the author of several book including Old Money, New South: The Spirit of Chattanooga and Trail of Tears: A Story of Love and Betrayal. His most recent book is Hillary and Vince: A Story of Love, Death and Cover-Up.

Dust Jacket Summary: Old Money-New South The Spirit of Chattanooga -By Dean W. Chattanooga arguably gave more philanthropic dollars than any other city in the South during the 20th Century. Chattanooga is a money town. more of a controlled city, says Walter Williams, the town’s first elected African American judge, who contrasts this New South City with its neighbors Atlanta, Nashville, and Birmingham. The judge points to Chattanooga’s prominent families as a unique feature. Names run it now clearly in the past ran Chattanooga, he says.

Dean W. Arnold‘s book America’s Trail of Tears won a 1st Runner-up Eric Hoffer Legacy Award. The book traces the billionaire families of Coca-Cola bottling and their 100-year reign over the city where Coke bottling started, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Arnold’s movie script "The Wizard and the Lion" on the dynamic relationship between authors . Tolkien (The Lord of the Rings) and . Lewis (The Chronicles of Narnia) was endorsed by the Oxford .

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PC-rider
If you're from Chattanooga, TN, you need to read this book!!!!
Xanna
Although this purchase was used, the book is fantastic! The condition was as listed, but that didn't matter because of the rich history that is written within. If you're from Tennessee, this is definitely a book to read!
Hiylchis
This book covers so many facets of Chattanooga's history; the native americans, and the the explorers, and families that settled the area now called Chattanooga. The author interviewed many of the prominent figures of Chattanooga. Not just the wealthy families and old timers but also those that influence and contribute to the present-day politics and culture. You don't have to be a Chattanoogan to enjoy the contents of this book.

The author's style takes a bit of getting used to. He includes his experiences along his journey for knowledge, not just an account of the facts and history. So the book could have been condensed a bit and made it a shorter read but that would have left out his coincidental meetings with local Chattanoogans, which can be fascinating at times.
Kerdana
If you love Chattanooga, you need to read this book about it’s incredible history. I am actually only a fourth of the way through, but I can’t put it down. Came here looking to buy some gift copies.
Nettale
Dean Arnold has written the new standard on Chattanooga history. Chattanooga has an interesting history as it has been at the center of several key events in our nation's history: The Trail of Tears, the turning point of the Civil War, the beginning of the end of Christian missions to the American Indians. Chattanooga is arguably the most religious city in the United States with a great deal of philanthropy and Christian organizations. It is also a city that often runs like a small town because of the small number of extremely prominent, and surprisingly beneficent, families which have controlled much of the city's direction.

Arnold has produced a beautifully lavish book with many photos and illustrations (pity there's no picture yet, this is a nice cloth book). It's a fun read if you are interested in what Chattanooga is all about and how it got there. If you want to know Chattanooga, buy this book.
Perius
I was looking forward to reading this book about Chattanooga and its' "gentry" but was terribly disappointed. Between misspelled words, repetitive text (I honestly think he used copy and paste on several paragraphs in different chapters) and the most confusing organization imaginable, it was a real let-down.

He spent several pages on street preachers, but not one word about magnet schools. Touting the "Big Three" private schools took up a lot of space, (including extensive reporting on cancelling a football game to prevent graffiti, which I don't get) but the only reference to the Public Education Foundation and Steve Prigozy was simply that they existed. Not to cover the conception, growth and success of the many magnet schools which have changed the face and quality of public education in Chattanooga is a disgrace.

Besides whining that he did not get an interview with Jack Lupton, the only thing of substance the author shared was that the founders of our fair city were Presbyterian. The chapter on the history of the name of the town was confusing and inconclusive. What tripe! This was a promising effort, but a dismal failure. Don't bother to buy this book. If you absolutely have to read it, get it from the library and donate the money you would have spent on it to support our local lending institutions
TheJonnyTest
Sure the author is a narcissist, taking long tangents to discuss his courage for writing this book, or often citing himself as proof for various claims. Yet for those interested in the history of Chattanooga and in particular how the present has been determined by the past, well, there's no more compelling read on the subject. It's downright scandalous at times, as if you'd discovered the private diary of the City.