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History and Heritage in Henderson, TN

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Born 4.3 mi. east, he moved to Mississippi in 1845. Enlisted in 2nd Mississippi Volunteers for Mexican War. In 1861, ... hmdb.org

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Visit the Casey Jones Home and Railroad Museum located in Casey Jones Village and relive the life, legend... americanheritage.com

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The present Carnegie Center for Arts and History, located in downtown Jackson, opened in 1903 as the Jack... americanheritage.com

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On a quiet, county road five miles southeast of Denmark, Tennessee, a fierce struggle between opposing ar... americanheritage.com

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In 1826, the Reverend Thomas Neely organized Jackson's First Methodist Church. Its first house of worship was built i... hmdb.org

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Visit the place where railroad history was made. A place where politicians gave ‘whistle stop’ campaign speeches ... trekaroo.com

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Mills Darden

Huron, TN

Born in North Carolina in 1799, Darden settled in Henderson County about 1830's. He was an innkeeper and farmer, and ... hmdb.org

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Sire of World Grand Champion Black Angel Sire of World Grand Champion Merry Go Boy Merry Go Boy was eight times World... hmdb.org

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This is the house where John Luther Jones was living, at the time of his death at the throttle of his engine, Old 382... hmdb.org

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Port Jackson

Jackson, TN

Three-quarters of a mile southeast, on the bank of the Forked Deer River was the little river port of Jackson, at fir... hmdb.org

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Born, ~1864, in Missouri, he spent his youth in Cayce, Ky., whence the nickname, "Casey". An engineer on the Illinois... hmdb.org

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Cotton Grove

Spring Creek, TN

In 1819 several families formed the first settlement in what was to be known as Madison County 2.1 miles west on the ... hmdb.org

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William E. Butler, who served as Surgeon-General to Andrew Jackson in New Orleans, owned a race track located on this... hmdb.org

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Adam Huntsman

Jackson, TN

Coming to Tennessee from his native Virginia about 1807, he was a prominent figure for five terms in the State Senate... hmdb.org

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Headquarters in 1862 for General Grant until skirmishes in the area led his troops to the Battle of Shiloh. hmdb.org

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Lambuth College

Jackson, TN

Chartered in 1843 as the Memphis Conference Female Institute by the Memphis Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, i... hmdb.org

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Purdy

Stantonville, TN

4 miles northwest. Established in 1823, it was first county seat of McNairy County; here was Purdy University from 18... hmdb.org

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(obverse) The Campbell's Levee Bridge, built by the Vincennes Bridge Company of Vincennes, Indiana, in 1920-21 for th... hmdb.org

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Camp Beauregard

Jackson, TN

Among the Confederate units activated and trained in the staging area which stood here were the 6th Tenn. Infantry (S... hmdb.org

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Raiding northward out of Mississippi to prevent reinforcement by U.S Grant of Buell's army in Middle Tennessee, Armst... hmdb.org

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