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Historic Sites in Pigeon Forge, TN

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William M. Whaley

Sevierville, TN

One of the many volunteers of the War of 1812 which earned Tennessee its nickname, William Whaley came to Sevier Coun...


James Crawford Murphy

Sevierville, TN

Benefactor of Murphy College 1890-1936, for whom it was named, this prominent farmer and merchant first come to Sevie...


100 yds, N. E. this Baptist Church, established 1789, was reportedly the first of any denomination in Sevier County. ...


The Sevierville Water Department is administered by the government of the City of Sevierville. The government of the City of ...


Isaac Dockery

Sevierville, TN

Anative of Sevier County, Isaac Dockery. an African-American brick maker and mason, established brick kilns near Sevi...


400 yards south, this bridge was built over the East Fork of the Little Pigeon River in 1875 by Elbert Stephenson Ear...


This Mississippian substructure,16 ft. high and 240 circumference, built during the Dallas phase (1200-1500), w...


It would be difficult to find a better place to imagine mountain life than this. Picture yourself growing up here as ...


Wiley Oakley

Pigeon Forge, TN

1885 - 1954 Mountain Guide....Philosopher Naturalist....Writer Wiley loved his Mountains and all God's Creatures Ther...


Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the most pristine natural areas in the eastern United States. Breathtak...


Titanic Eternal Flame

Pigeon Forge, TN

In memory of those who lost their lives


Pigeon River Railroad

Pigeon Forge, TN

Pictured is locomotive # 20. It ran along Smoky Mountain Railroad tracks and possibly traveled into Pigeon Forge on t...


This memorial is dedicated to the memory of the veterans of Sevier County who gave their lives to defend our country


Shiloh Church

Pigeon Forge, TN

in 1802 Methodist Bishop Francis Asbury preached in the home of Mitchel Porter, Revolutionary Veteran, who lived 2 mi...


With axe, plow, and gun, the first settlers changed the mountains, cutting into forests that were centuries old. They...


Isaac Thomas

Sevierville, TN

A soldier of the American Revolution, Isaac Thomas guided John Sevier's army to King's Mountain as well as serving wi...


James McMahan

Sevierville, TN

First Register of deeds of Sevier County, Tennessee, in 1796, James McMahan set aside the original twenty-five acres ...


This churchyard is one of the oldest Baptist churchyards in Tennessee, (Established in 1789). It is the final resting...


John Porter McCown

Sevierville, TN

Born 1/4 mi.SE, Aug. 19 1815. Graduate USMA, 1840. Brevetted captain at Cerro Gordo, Mexican War. Resigned 1861 for t...


Established in 1976 as a community bicentennial project, this park is significant because it is both the final restin...

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