Market Square: A History of the Most Democratic Place on Earth

Jack Neely

Conceived in 1853, Market Square soon came to be Knoxville's most public place -- a place to buy local produce and to experience new things.  Beset by urban blight in the mid-1900s, the Market House was razed and the city struggled to modernize Market Square.  2009, 219 pages, soft cover.

0.9375 lb
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