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Grundy County

Pelham, TN

Established 1844: named in honor of Felix Grundy of Virginia. Chief Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court; Rep. in Co... hmdb.org

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Monteagle Assembly

Monteagle, TN

MSSA differed from other Chautauquas and is significant is that it was ecumenical from the beginning. Known as the Ch... hmdb.org

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Founded Jan. 6, 1858, under charter granting perpetual direction by the Episcopal Church in Ala., Ark., Ga., La., Mis... hmdb.org

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Fiery Gizzard

Tracy City, TN

(obverse) Nearby, in the early 1870’s, a crude experimental blast furnace was built by Samuel E. Jones for the Tennes... hmdb.org

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Lone Rock Coke Ovens

Tracy City, TN

The Tennessee Coal and Iron Company in 1883 built 120 coke ovens 6 miles east to help supply its growing iron works. ... hmdb.org

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He was a career United States Army officer and educator. He served as a general in the Confederate States Army during... hmdb.org

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Rebel's Rest

Sewanee, TN

Here, before the War Between the States, stood the frame residence of Bishop Leonidas Polk of Louisiana, a principal ... hmdb.org

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Here, and extending 2 miles S.W., occurred the last battle of the Middle Tennessee Campaign. Protecting Bragg's withd... hmdb.org

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James Winchester

Winchester, TN

Soldier of the American Revolution Speaker of the First Tennessee Legislature Brigadier General, War of 1812The town ... hmdb.org

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General "Hap" Arnold, WW II Commander of the Army Air Forces, is commemorated by the Air Force research and developme... hmdb.org

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Coffee County Establised 1836; named in honor of Major General John Coffee Soldier, surveyor and close friend of Andr... hmdb.org

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The Blind Knight

Winchester, TN

4- mi. S.E., near Liberty, Francis Joseph Campbell lived as a boy. Blinded in 1836, when 4 years old, he was educated... hmdb.org

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Beersheba Inn

Beersheba Springs, TN

1/4 mile southeast. In 1837 several log structures were built and later joined together. Later buildings of handmade ... hmdb.org

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Peter Turney

Winchester, TN

1/8 mi. N.W. are ruins of the antebellum home of Peter Turney (1827-1903). Organizer and commander of the 1st Tenness... hmdb.org

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Mary Sharp College

Winchester, TN

This college, devoted exclusively to the higher education of women, first opened its doors Jan. 1, 1851. It was named... hmdb.org

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Melchior Thoni, Jr

Gruetli Laager, TN

One of the original Swiss settlers of Gruetli in 1869, Melchior Thoni become one of the most famous woodcarvers of Te... hmdb.org

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At 1:00 p.m. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest's Cavalry attacked the federal stockade located next tot he railroad. In the... hmdb.org

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Built in 1904, the Cowan Railroad Depot handled travelers bound for Nashville and Chattanooga, as well as Sewanee and... hmdb.org

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Gruetli

Gruetli-laager, TN

Apparently named for a commune in the canton of Giarus, Switzerland, it was founded by Peter Staub, native of that lo... hmdb.org

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Camp Harris

Estill Springs, TN

Here was one of the earlier training camps of the Condederacy. Units traing here included the 1st Tenn. Infantry (Man... hmdb.org

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