Cordell Hull Lake

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Cordell Hull Lake is a lake in the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee, about forty miles east of Nashville, in the vicinity of Carthage.wikipedia
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Cumberland River

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Cordell Hull Lake is a lake in the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee, about forty miles east of Nashville, in the vicinity of Carthage.
Northeast of Nashville, the river is dammed twice more, forming Cordell Hull Lake and Old Hickory Lake.

Carthage, Tennessee

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Cordell Hull Lake is a lake in the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee, about forty miles east of Nashville, in the vicinity of Carthage.
The town is situated amid a series of low hills at the confluence of the Caney Fork with the Cumberland River, and just southwest of the latter's Cordell Hull Lake impoundment.

Smith County, Tennessee

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Cordell Hull Dam on the Cumberland is located near Carthage.

Cordell Hull

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Both are named for Cordell Hull, former United States Secretary of State.
The dam impounds Cordell Hull Lake, covering approximately 12,000 acres (49 km 2 ).

Lake

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Cordell Hull Lake is a lake in the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee, about forty miles east of Nashville, in the vicinity of Carthage.

Tennessee

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Cordell Hull Lake is a lake in the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee, about forty miles east of Nashville, in the vicinity of Carthage.

Nashville, Tennessee

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Cordell Hull Lake is a lake in the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee, about forty miles east of Nashville, in the vicinity of Carthage.

United States Army Corps of Engineers

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Cordell Hull Dam, on the Cumberland River, was built by the United States Army Corps of Engineers between May 1963 and November 1973 for navigation, hydroelectric power generation and recreation.

United States Secretary of State

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Both are named for Cordell Hull, former United States Secretary of State.

Reservoir

Cookeville, Tennessee

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Three man-made lakes maintained by the Corps of Engineers are located near Cookeville, created to help flood control in the narrow valleys of the Cumberland Plateau: Center Hill Lake, Cordell Hull Lake, and Dale Hollow Lake.

Celina, Tennessee

Celina
This section of both rivers is part of Cordell Hull Lake, a reservoir created by Cordell Hull Dam near Carthage several miles to the southwest.

Tennessee State Route 85

SR 85State Route 85
It goes east as a primary highway to an intersection with SR 263 before passing by Cordell Hull Lake/Cumberland River.

Putnam County, Tennessee

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The southern part of the county is drained by tributaries of the Caney Fork, the northeastern part by tributaries of the Obey River, and the north-central and northwestern parts of the county drain into the Cumberland's Cordell Hull Lake impoundment.

Defeated, Tennessee

Defeated
It is located northeast of Carthage along Defeated Creek, a tributary of the Cumberland River (the lower part of the creek and the adjacent section of the river are both part of Cordell Hull Lake).

Fort Blount

Old Hickory Lake

The lake extends 97.3 mi upstream to Cordell Hull Lock and Dam (36.29028°N, -85.94333°W), near Carthage, Tennessee.

Tennessee State Route 24

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It then leaves the Cumberland River, now Cordell Hull Lake, as it begins entering mountains and narrows and becomes curvy as it begins to cross over the Highland Rim.

Roaring River (Tennessee)

Roaring River
The Roaring River empties into the Cordell Hull Lake impoundment of the Cumberland River.