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Sightseeing and Tours in Camden, TN

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- The park is named for Military Governor Andrew Johnson. This 600-acre park on the eastern side of Kentucky Lak... wildernet.com

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Beloved country singer Patsy Cline died on March 5, 1963 when the airplane she was riding in plummeted into t... atlasobscura.com

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Visit North America’s only freshwater pearl-culturing facility – the official historical site of pearl culturing ... trekaroo.com

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Hollowrock Church

Bruceton, TN

Founded in 1822, this Primitive Baptist Church has been in constant use. It holds an annual foot-washing ceremony the... hmdb.org

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Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-1859), author of the classic Democracy in America, and Gustave de Beaumont (1802-1866) sp... hmdb.org

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Old Johnsonville

New Johnsonville, TN

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This town was named for Andrew Johnson, military governor of Tennessee (1862 - 65). Although the community had been a... hmdb.org

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An engraved boulder marks the spot where Patsy Cline's life ended in a plane crash atlasobscura.com

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Reynoldsburg

Waverly, TN

Six miles northwest, where Dry Creek enters the Tennessee River, this town was first settled from 1800 to 1805. In 18... hmdb.org

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Hurricane Mills

Hurricane Mills, TN

This mill and dam were built by James T. Anderson in 1896 Though wool was carded here, grain processing predominated.... hmdb.org

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On November 4, 1864, Major General Nathan Bedford Forrest's Confederate cavalry attacked and destroyed the river port... hmdb.org

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Jesse James

New Johnsonville, TN

In August 1877, Jesse James, the notorious outlaw, moved to this site from Missouri and rented a farm from N.B. Link.... hmdb.org

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Camp Tyson

Henry, TN

Named in honor of Brig. Gen. Lawrence D. Tyson U.S. Senator and veteran of the Spanish-American and First World wars,... hmdb.org

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Nathan Nesbitt

Huntingdon, TN

Lived and is buried about 3 miles southeast. On December 9, 1822, he made a trail through the woods to the new county... hmdb.org

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Fort Waverly was built by Union troops between 1863 and 1864. It protected a newly completed railroad line that conne... hmdb.org

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Isaac R. Hawkins

Huntingdon, TN

Born in Maury Co., he was an officer of volunteers in the Mexican War. A lifelong staunch Unionist, he was a delegate... hmdb.org

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Old Racetrack

Huntingdon, TN

Built about 1818 in the area to the east. Here also were held barbecues, barn dances, prize fights and cockfights. He... hmdb.org

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Oak Hill Cemetery

Huntingdon, TN

Established in 1822, this cemetery contains the remains of soldiers from every major American war since the establish... hmdb.org

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