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Knoxville's 1982 World's Fair Images of America

Matha Rose Woodward

From May 1 through October 31, 1982, Knoxville hosted the world"s fair based on the theme Energy Turns the World. Expo 82 was the first world"s fair to be held in the southeastern United States in 97 years, hosting 22 countries and more than 11 million people. Once referred to as the scruffy little city by the Tennessee River, Knoxville provided one big party for people to visit from all over to witness the live entertainment, parades, displays, exhibits, musical and sporting events, food, costumes, rides, games, and arcades. The news reports of the day declared the World Came to Knoxville as it hosted the official international exposition, fully licensed and sanctioned by the Bureau des Expositions Internationales in Paris, France.

$21.99
Weight: 
1 lb
Dimensions: 
9 × 1 × 6 in