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Goodlettsville

Davidson County,

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The Tennessee state capital is Nashville.


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37072

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The population of Goodlettsville is approximately 11,219 (1990), 15921 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 4,761 (1990), 6644 (2010).

The amount of land area in Goodlettsville is 35.366 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.316 sq kilometers.
The distance from Goodlettsville to Washington DC is 578 miles. The distance to the Tennessee state capital is 11 miles. (as the crow flies)
Goodlettsville is positioned 36.32 degrees north of the equator and 86.71 degrees west of the prime meridian.

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Location

Goodlettsville location: in the Nashville, TN general area

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Attractions

Goodlettsville attractions:

The Bowen-Campbell House
Moss-Wright Park
Caldwell Road
Goodlettsville, Tennessee
Phone: 615-859-3678
Over 200 years old, this building was one of the first houses built in Middle Tennessee and is the oldest brick house standing in the area today (2000) William Bowen, born in 1742, was from Fincastle County, Virginia. His wife was Mary Henley Russell, whose father was Bowen's commanding officer in the Revolutionary War. Capt. Bowen received land in the Tennessee Territory as part of his veteran's compensation. He claimed 640 acres on Mansker's Creek. By 1787 his plantation had increased to 4,032 acres. William and Mary Bowen were parents of nine children. One of their grandsons, William Bowen Campbell, became Governor of Tennessee in 1851. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

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