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Category:Historical images of Knoxville, Tennessee
Road Closure Details
Gay Street is a street in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, that traverses the heart of the city's . block, South Gay, from Church Avenue to Cumberland Avenue. The western half of this block is a parking lot. View of the Gay Street Bridge.
Periodic Road Closures
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Description:Native Americans[ edit ] Late-Woodland period burial mound on the University of Tennessee campus The first humans to form substantial settlements in what is now Knoxville arrived during the Woodland period c. The records of these two expeditions suggest the area was part of a Muskogean chiefdom known as Chiaha , which was subject to the Coosa chiefdom further to the south. Early Exploration and lateth Century Politics[ edit ] By the early s, traders from South Carolina were visiting the Overhill towns regularly, and following the discovery of Cumberland Gap in , long hunters from Virginia began pouring into the Tennessee Valley.