The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is a federally owned corporation in the
United States created by congressional charter in May 1933 to provide
TVA home page provides access to information on electric power production,
regional economic development, public recreation areas, water and shoreline ...
At TVA, we live our history of service every day. TVA's original 1933 purpose—set
forth in the TVA Act—was to address the Valley's most important issues in ...
The Tennessee Valley Authority: Electricity for All. TVA was one of the most
ambitious projects of the New Deal in its overall conception. Its comprehensive ...
Photograph, Tennessee Valley Authority Douglas Dam on the Franch Broad
River, 1942; Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Public Domain Photographs, 1882-
The TVA is an independent Government corporation managed by a board of
directors. Its activities are directed from headquarters at Muscle Shoals, Alabama,
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), U.S. government agency established in 1933
to control floods, improve navigation, improve the living standards of farmers, ...
The role of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) in the history of the United States of
In the early 1930's, every spring in the Tennessee River Valley brought on an
onslaught of rain which totaled six feet each year. Roosevelt created the ...
One of the most famous and successful projects begun by the federal
government during the Great Depression was the Tennessee Valley Authority, or