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    The United States Postal Service proudly presents "Taste of Tennessee and Tennessee Bicentennial CD."

    Tennessee takes its name from the Cherokee village of Tanasi, the capital of the Cherokee Nation from 1721 to 1730. Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Shanee Indians were also original inhabitants. In 1796, Tennessee became the 16th state to enter the Union. It is known as "The Volunteer State" because so many Tennesseeans served as volunteer soldiers during the War of 1812. Today, it is a state so diverse in its geographic and cultural elements that it resembles a miniature America.

    Released in 1996, The United States Postal Service honors the state with this beautiful stamp set. This set comes with 4 32 cent Tennessee stamps in a stamp envelope, a booklet with information about the CD, and a cd with 11 cuts. Cuts include...

    Tennessee Mountain Home by Dolly Parton
    Like A River To The Sea by Steve Wariner
    Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash
    Lovin' Only Me by Ricky Skaggs
    One Of These Days by Marcus Hummon
    'Till I Can Make It On My Own by Tammy Wynette
    Standing In The Safety Zone by Fairfield Four
    He Is Always There by CeCe Winans
    Boll Weevil by Nashville Bluegrass Band
    Boogie Woogie Fiddle Blues by Charlie Daniels
    I Can't Stand The Rain by Ann Peebles

    This set all comes in a tri-fold folder that was released by the United States Postal Service.

    The CD is used in great condition, all other items are in excellent condition. The stamps have never been out of their envelope.

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