Tennessee River

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Synonyms for Tennessee River

a river formed by the confluence of two other rivers near Knoxville

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For a discussion of the "Going to the Water" rites see James Mooney 1900, "The Cherokee River Cult," Journal of American Folklore, 13,(48):1-10; and Alan Kilpatrick 1991, "Going to the Water: A Structural Analysis of Cherokee Purification Rituals," American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 15(4): 49-58.
An American sister and brother, China and Cherokee Rivers, children of a much-caricatured animal rights activist, travel to Guernsey for an eccentric multi-millionaire.