October 5, 2022

Tennessee was founded on June 1, 1796. Nashville is the capital of Tennessee. Tennessee is 42,180 mi². Kentucky and Virginia border Tennessee in the north, North Carolina in the east, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi in the south, and Arkansas and Missouri in the west.


Tennessee has 11 electoral votes. Tennessee is 93% rural and 7% urban

The average household income in Tennessee is $54,833
In Tennessee, state wildlife laws require hunters and trappers to obtain permission from landowners to hunt or trap on private property. In fact, it is advisable to get written permission to hunt and is required to trap.
As of July 1, 2021, an adult can carry a handgun, openly or concealed, in Tennessee without a permit, if the person is: 21 or older (or 18 or older for certain military members) Tennessee does not require a permit to carry a firearm, whether openly or concealed.


Top commodities include soybeans and corn, cotton, hay, wheat, and tobacco. Nationally, Tennessee ranks 3rd for tobacco production and 4th for the number of goats. Tennessee’s commercial sector is dominated by a wide variety of companies, but its largest service industries include health care, transportation, music, entertainment, banking, and finance. I-65 runs directly north and south through Tennessee with a span of 121.71 miles. Originating at the Alabama state line, it terminates at the Kentucky state line, passing through cities like Columbia, Brentwood, Nashville, and the White House.
Tennessee does not have an individual income tax.
In Tennessee, the average effective property tax rate in Tennessee is 0.64%.
Tennessee state sales tax is 7 percent of a vehicle’s total purchase price.
In 2021, the real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Tennessee was 343.45 billion U.S. dollars.


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