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Clarksville, Tennessee
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    (1785- )
    County seat of Montgomery County, Tennessee
    Population: 146,806 (2014)
    Fifth largest city in Tennessee
    Named after Revolutionary War hero General George Rogers Clark
    The weather gets really hot and humid in the summer time.
    It used to have a few camps for the Confederate Army in the Civil War.
    The majority of Fort Campbell is located 10 miles from the downtown area while some of the U.S. Army installation is located in Kentucky.
    A tornado damaged numerous buildings in the downtown area including the county courthouse (January 22, 1999).
    Numerous businesses have been perished by a devastating flood (May 2, 2010).
    It is the first incorporated city in Tennessee.
    It is the location of Tennessee's oldest newspaper, The Leaf-Chronicle.
    Jimi Hendrix was trained at Fort Campbell as a 101st Airborne Division paratrooper before starting his music career.
    The Montgomery County Courthouse was restored to its historic structure and rededicated after there has been a history of it being destroyed and damaged several times.
    Austin Peay State University is Tennessee's fastest-growing university.
    It has a portion of U.S. Route 79 and a life-sized bronze statue honoring Olympic sprinter Wilma Rudolph.
    It was referenced on the debut single by The Monkees, 'Last Train to Clarksville.'

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