Fort Wood Historic District
The Fort Wood National Historic District is a historic neighborhood in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is located just east of the UT Chattanooga campus, bounded roughly by Palmetto St., McCallie Av., E. 4th St. and O'Neal St.
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