Jefferson City 3 Region and location relevance The Red River and the Stern

Jefferson city 3 region and location relevance the

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Jefferson City: 3 Region and location relevance The Red River and the Stern fountain are the major key sights in Jefferson. These sites are of great relevance to the Jefferson residents as they associate them with the history together with the values of the city residents. The establishment of Jefferson City is courtesy of the Red River, in that the accessibility of the river made Jefferson City a major port in Texas during the civil war. More so, the history and development of the city are highly associated with the different developments on the Red River. The unique location of the city at the edge of the river also makes it quite significantly unique. Place relevance On the other hand, Stern Fountain plays a major relevance to the city as it demonstrates the values that the city and its initial leaders envisioned. The fountain has three water outlets that was meant for use in that one was meant for people, one for horses and the other animals like dogs. This implies the significance of the interrelationship between people and animals in Jefferson City. Movement relevance The location of Sterne Fountain at the intersection of Lafayette and Market streets makes
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  • Fall '19
  • American Civil War, Mississippi River, Jefferson City

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