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Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, also know as “Music City” is the capital of the State of Tennessee and is located on the Cumberland River in the north-central part of the state. The city is a center for the music, health care, publishing, banking and transportation industries, and is home to a large number of colleges and universities

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 0.83% of Nashville’s population. In the state of Tennessee there are 43,179 members, 10 stakes, 68 wards and 24 branches, 2 missions, and 2 temples.

LDS History

David W. Patten and Warren Parish arrived in Tennessee shortly before 11 October 1834 and soon baptized 31 people: organizing a branch by the end of the year. On March 27, 1835, Wilford Woodruff, then a priest, came to assist Parrish. When Warren Parrish was called as a Seventy in July 1835, he ordained Woodruff as an elder and placed him in charge of the work in Tennessee. The worst massacre of Church members in the South, however, occurred on August 10, 1884 when a mob shot to death missionaries William S. Berry and John H. Gibbs and local members W. Martin Conder and John Riley Hutson during LDS Church services.

Family Friendliness

Nashville is a great city for families.  The Parthenon in Nashville’s Centennial Park is a full-scale reconstruction of the original Greek Parthenon. Two other parks, Old Hickory Lake and Percy Priest Lake, are used for activities such as fishing, waterskiing, sailing and boating. The Tennessee State Capitol is one of the oldest working state capitol buildings in the nation, while The Hermitage is one of the older presidential homes open to the public.

Nashville Tennessee Temple

24 miles SE of Nashville in Franklin

Demographics:

 Nashville has a population of 601,222 people. Because of its relatively low cost of living and large job market, Nashville has become a popular city for immigrants. Here is a fun fact. Nashville is also known for some of their famously popular Southern confections, including MoonPies and Goo Goo Clusters (which have been made in Nashville since 1912).

Climate:

Nashville has a humid subtropical climate with generally cool to moderately cold winters, and hot, humid summers. Monthly averages range from 37.7 °F in January to 79.4 °F in July. In the winter months, snowfall does occur in Nashville but is usually not heavy. With long springs and autumns combined with a diverse array of trees and grasses allergy sufferers beware!

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