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Historic Sites in Kingston, TN

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Capitol for a Day

Kingston, TN

On Sept 21 1807, the State Legislature met on this site, and immediately resolved to "adjourn forthwith from Kingston...


To the Glory of God and in loving memory of the American soldiers and sailors of the War of 1812 who enlisted here. T...



Kingston, TN

(west side) The Second Capital of Tennessee In 1806, the General Assembly of Tennessee passed a resolution that its n...


The Farragut Folklife Museum is a treasure chest of artifacts and photographs, which tell the history of ...


Loudon County first named Christiana, was created in 1870 from portions of Roane, Monroe and Blount Counties. Constru...


Opened 1851 - Closed 1942 Church building Stood 47 feet in front of this stone In Memory of our Dead And God shall wi...


The covered wooden bridge of the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad here on the Tennessee River was a strategically ...


Sgt. Mitchell W. Stout U.S. Army Vietnam Khe Gio Bridge Republic of Vietnam 12 March 1970 Battery C, 1st Battalion 44...


Lenoir City Museum

Lenoir City, TN

Started in 1997, the museum was originally housed in Lenoir City's early city hall building on Broadway i...


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The museum opened in 1949 in an old wartime cafeteria. It was originally named the American Museum of Ato...


4 out of 5 based on 9 ratings

As a unique educational resource, the museum provides children with the opportunity to learn while playin...


Admiral David Glasgow Farragut Birthplace - Campbell Station in Knox County, Tennessee * James Glasgow Farragut was b...


Oak Ridge

Oak Ridge, TN

In 1943, Oak Ridge was created as the residential center for the Clinton Engineering Works. Located on the northeast ...


Archibald Roane

Knoxville, TN

A short distance north lived Archibald Roane, Continental soldier, frontier judge and the second governor of Tennesse...


Sweetwater Depot

Sweetwater, TN

(preface) On November 4, 1863, to divert Federal forces from Chattanooga, Confederate Gen. James Longstreet led two r...


Lenoir Mill

Lenoir City, TN

the Lenoir Cotton Mill, built between 1810 and 1821, was one of a series of mills in the community along Town Creek a...


The Federal Gen. Ambrose Burnside, pursued by Gen. James Longstreet from Lenoir's Station via Concord, eluded an atte...


Battle of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, TN

During the autumn of 1863, Union Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside's forces occupied Knoxville and much of the surrounding cou...


Lenoir's Station

Lenoir City, TN

Union Gen. Ambrose Burnside needed to gather information on Confederate troop strength and to cripple the important E...


Campbell Station

Knoxville, TN

This house marks the site of the station established in 1787 by Col. David Campbell as a frontier fort for protection...

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