-On January 22, 1999, Downtown Clarksville is struck by an F3 tornado before dawn leaving massive destruction in its wake.
-Alfred Leland Crabb, born on January 22, 1884, was best known for his trilogy of historical novels published between 1942 and 1945 and memorably titled for Nashville landmarks: Dinner at Belmont, Supper at the Maxwell House, and Breakfast at the Hermitage.
President Harrison appoints a local Nashvillian, Howell Jackson as an associate justice to the Supreme Court on January 23rd, 1902.
A cold front hits Nashville sending Temperatures dropping down an astonishing 63 degrees to -26 degrees on the morning of January 24th, 1963.
The Hermitage Hotel opens for business on January 25th, 1910.
The Cumberland River floods on January 26th, 1935 in Nashville.
-The Cumberland River freezes enough on January 27th, 1940 that residents can walk across it.
-Former Nashville Mayor, Richard H. Fulton, was born in Nashville on January 27th, 1927.
Harvey's Department Store, located in downtown Nashville, closes it's doors for the last time on January 28th, 1984.
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