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History and Heritage in Rickman, TN

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Dixie College

Cookeville, TN

This quadrangle was part of the grounds of the University of Dixie, commonly called "Dixie College," chartered 18 Nov... hmdb.org

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Israel Putnam

Cookeville, TN

Putnam County, created in 1842 and re-established in 1854, was named for Major General Israel Putnam, who was commiss... hmdb.org

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The county courthouse is the third erected at this location. It was built in 1868-69 by "Little Joe" Copeland for a t... hmdb.org

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Overton County Heritage Museum hosts a variety of exhibits which showcase and honor local heroes and hist... americanheritage.com

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After Putnam County was established in 1854, this site was chosen for its courthouse. Fires destroyed the first build... hmdb.org

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Camp Zollicoffer

Livingston, TN

Camp Zollicoffer, a Confederate induction and training base, was established here in the summer of 1861 and prepared ... hmdb.org

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Heart of Controversy

Livingston, TN

In 1861, as the secession debate raged across Tennessee, Mary Catherine Sproul taught school here on the church groun... hmdb.org

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Town Spring

Cookeville, TN

On July 2, 1855, Charles Crook sold forty acres of land to the Putnam County Court for $100. An uncovered spring, loc... hmdb.org

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This is the site of the former Baxter Seminary, operated by the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1910-1959. J. Daniel Harr... hmdb.org

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North of this marker lies the site of Old Columbus, once an important landing on the Cumberland River. In the winter ... hmdb.org

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Camp Myers

Monroe, TN

Camp Myers, a Confederate training camp established early in 1861 in Overton County together with Camp Zollicoffer, w... hmdb.org

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Confederate cavalry raider Gen. John Hunt Morgan frequently passed through Livingston, strategically located at a cro... hmdb.org

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In 1806, the first school for females in the South opened near this site. Its charter was granted by the Tennessee Ge... hmdb.org

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His birthplace stands north of the road. A member of the General Assembly at 21, later a captain in the war with Spai... hmdb.org

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Earl Webb

Pleasant Hill, TN

William Earl Webb was born in White County, Tennessee, on September 17, 1897. His family moved to Bon Air and then Ra... hmdb.org

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A guided tour of The Sutton Home, Antique Car and Transportation museum, 1950's Service Station, Blacksmith, Gr... tnvacation.com

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Just a stone's throw from the banks of the Cumberland River stands the T. B. Sutton General Store. Built in 180... tnvacation.com

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This event is open to the public and no RSVP is necessary. The times listed are for the central time zone. Altho... goodreads.com

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Lester Flatt

Sparta, TN

He was born at Duncans Chapel near the boundary of Putnam and Overton Counties, TN, and moved to Sparta at an early a... hmdb.org

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