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1857 Antebellum - ArrowHill Mansion, Beautiful Antebellum Home built in 1857 in Talbott, Tennessee - OldHouses.com

1857 Antebellum - ArrowHill Mansion, Beautiful Antebellum Home built in 1857 in Talbott, Tennessee - OldHouses.com

Morristown College. For over a hundred years Morristown College in Morristown, TN provided a two-year college education to primarily African-American students. It now stands closed and abandoned.

Morristown College. For over a hundred years Morristown College in Morristown, TN provided a two-year college education to primarily African-American students. It now stands closed and abandoned.

The old Goodson home on east 1st N St was owned by the family who started the JFG company in Knoxville. They started off with a grocery store in downtown Morristown. J. Floyd Goodson was his name and he had this home built. It's still there and still in good condition.

The old Goodson home on east 1st N St was owned by the family who started the JFG company in Knoxville. They started off with a grocery store in downtown Morristown. J. Floyd Goodson was his name and he had this home built. It's still there and still in good condition.

Approaching Bethesda Church in Morristown, Tenn. Referred to as a time capsule, a lot has happened here. Built in 1835, the church was later used as a hospital for both wounded Union and Confederate soldiers. One of its interesting features is its double entrances. A Presbyterian law forbade women from entering and leaving from the same ones.

Approaching Bethesda Church in Morristown, Tenn. Referred to as a time capsule, a lot has happened here. Built in 1835, the church was later used as a hospital for both wounded Union and Confederate soldiers. One of its interesting features is its double entrances. A Presbyterian law forbade women from entering and leaving from the same ones.

The Battle of Blountsville was fought in the Sullivan County, Tennessee area on September 22nd 1863.

The Battle of Blountsville was fought in the Sullivan County, Tennessee area on September 22nd 1863.

Davy Crockett's Birthplace has been preserved by the State of Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation as an historic site within the state park system. The site consists of 105 partially wooded acres of land along the Nolichucky River in Greene County, Tennessee. Learn more about Crockett’s intriguing composite of history and folklore at the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History.

Davy Crockett's Birthplace has been preserved by the State of Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation as an historic site within the state park system. The site consists of 105 partially wooded acres of land along the Nolichucky River in Greene County, Tennessee. Learn more about Crockett’s intriguing composite of history and folklore at the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History.

Historic Rose Center Rose Center is Morristown and Hamblen County's community cultural center. Located in Morristown's first coeducational public high school built in 1892, the facility is named after Judge James G. Rose, Civil War Hero and Chairman of the School Board at the time when plans for construction of the school were initiated. The building operated as a school until 1975, at which time a group of local citizens organized, raised funds to replace the vintage roof, and re-opened the…

Historic Rose Center Rose Center is Morristown and Hamblen County's community cultural center. Located in Morristown's first coeducational public high school built in 1892, the facility is named after Judge James G. Rose, Civil War Hero and Chairman of the School Board at the time when plans for construction of the school were initiated. The building operated as a school until 1975, at which time a group of local citizens organized, raised funds to replace the vintage roof, and re-opened the…

Morristown, Tennessee Main Street go to http://americanroads.net/renees_route_winter2014.htm for the rest of the story

Morristown, Tennessee Main Street go to http://americanroads.net/renees_route_winter2014.htm for the rest of the story