By Southern definition.
I gather my topics of exploration from a variety of sources, and so do not recall how I learned about the town of Clinton, Tennessee being the seat of the first desegregated school in the South. No doubt I and many others may have assigned that moniker to Little Rock, Arkansas or Selma, Alabama. But unlike those stories, both the state of Tennessee and the Clinton city governments supported the, “Law of the Land” regarding desegregation.
From an abandoned petrol station to a three-restaurant “full-service” purveyor of all things smoked here in the general Knoxville area.
Our vote? Three ribs out of four.