Until rails reached the area around 1891, Algood was simply farmland, Ã‚”” much of it owned by Joel Algood Ã‚”” and known as Ã‚“"Algood Oldfields."Ã‚” The Nashville & Knoxville Railroad bought land from him for a depot and called it Ã‚“Algood.Ã‚” The rails carried out agricultural products, notably poultry and eggs. So much, in fact, the town once called itself the Ã‚“"Chicken Capital of the World.Ã‚”"
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