Nashville is going through a major development boom. An entire high end neighborhood is springing up from thin air. But a walk along some back streets in downtown reveal a less glamorous side of the city. And then there’s a walk you can take on the edge of the Cumberland River. There you can see historic buildings and reconstructed log cabins of the early settlers, along with informational signs about the Native American peoples who first called this place home.

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