3 edition of Commemoration of Camp Blount and preservation of old stone bridge, Lincoln County, Tenn. found in the catalog.
Commemoration of Camp Blount and preservation of old stone bridge, Lincoln County, Tenn.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Library
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Blount County shown in red. History. Blount County was established in Helpful Articles. Changing Place Names in Genealogy Research. 5 Steps to Discovering More Records. Bordering Counties. Knox County (Tennessee) Genealogy. Sevier County (Tennessee) Genealogy. Swain County (North Carolina) Genealogy. Blount County was organized in , from Knox County. The county seat is Maryville. The county was named after William Blount, who was a member of the North Carolina Legislature, of Knoxville, U. S. senator from Tennessee, , and speaker of the State Senate, in
Jul 9, - blount county tn: Cochran, William Cox ; Bly's cabin Mt. Nebo Blount Co. Tenn. (William Cox Cochran Great Smoky Mountains Photographic Collection). Christmas Ornaments. Ceramic hanging ornaments with a picture of a Blount County Covered Bridge as painted by local artist Helen Brown. Specify which covered bridge (Easley, Horton Mill, Nextar or Swann) in the order. These are great collectibles. #BCM $ each.
EARLY TENNESSEE LAND RECORDS, Records of the Land Office, State of Tennessee. entry bThe original copy of Martin Armstrong’s entry book is iook. n the North Carolina They are arranged by county or district where the land is located. Created in , it actively supports the county in recording, archiving and displaying the artifacts of its history and heritage. The museum's archives include more than research volumes and over 1, files on Blount County families. The museum has nine displays that are provided by local Blount County residents.
Fine English furniture
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The Chase and William and Helen
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EMERGENCY ALERT Blount Intergovernmental Joint Information about COVID Read On Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. Blount County is a county located in the U.S. state of Tennessee. As of the census, the population wasIt had an estimated population ofin The county seat is Maryville, which is also the county's largest city.
Blount County is included in the Knoxville, TN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Geographical ssional district: 2nd. Blount County TN Genealogical & Historical Society, Maryville, Tennessee. likes 5 talking about this 7 were here. Bringing together persons interested in genealogical studies and in the /5(2).
Cemeteries in Blount County, Tennessee. 91 Blount County, Tennessee locations. Alcoa. Amerine Cemetery Cemetery Bakers Creek Cemetery Cemetery You can use the "Back to the old site" link in the yellow bar at the top of each page to return to the old site for now.
Watch tutorial videos. Continue. Many of the people and events in Blount County history are well documented. Others, not so much. This book of essays is an attempt to revisit some of the well known events of our county's past, add a little more background, and present our history from a 5/5(8).
Blount County Tennessee Tombstones & Obituaries has members. This group is to share photos of tombstones from burial places throughout Blount County. Federal Population Schedules for Blount County can be found for,,Blount Co. Mortality Schedules can be found for, and Blount Co.
Industry and Agriculture can be obtained for, and Blount Co. Union Veterans Schedules is available. Blount County, located in Eastern Tennessee, was formed ina year before Tennessee became a state. It was formed from part of Knox County which in turn was formed in from parts of Greene & Hawkins Counties.
Inpart of Blount County was used to help form Loudon County. The bridge over Stock Creek, perched on the Blount-Knox County line, was partially destroyed and the Creek itself was too deep for horses to ford. The reinforced Federal cavalry had taken "a strong and elevated" position overlooking the ford and were prepared to make hot work of the Confederates' entrance into Knox County.
Blounty County Historical Museum located in Maryville, TN. Lamar Alexander Pky. Maryville, TN. AKA Museum Row. Nov 8, - Explore fanof01's board "Old Pictures Of Maryville, Tennessee", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Old pictures, Tennessee and Maryville tennessee pins. Ina brochure describing Civil War sites in Blount County with driving directions was prepared in cooperation with the East Tennessee Civil War Alliance, the Tennessee Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission, the Blount County Historic Trust, Maryville College, the Civil War Sesquicentennial Series and the Blount County Genealogical and Historical Society.
Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources > Blount County PLEASE NOTE that the Tennessee State Library and Archives does not hold copies of all of the items listed in this bibliography.
Please check the Tennessee State Library and Archives Online Catalog or visit the Ask Us a Question. web page to contact the Library and Archives and.
Snapshots of Blount County History, Volume I and the Calderwood Story (Tennessee) by Stone, Dean and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Blount County Historical Society, the State's oldest historical society, is a not-for-profit organization.
It serves as a funding foundation for the Blount County Memorial Museum. The Society holds public meetings quarterly at the Blount.
Blount County also had 1 University, 19 public schools, and 2 public libraries. Today, the population of Blount County is ab people ( census). Note: 12/15/10 — Thanks to Gordon Smith for pointing out that William Blount was not governor of Tennessee since the state was not created until The History of Blount County, Tennessee and Its People, - Blount County (Tenn.) - pages.
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Census of Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War Blount County (Source: FamilySearch) Southern Claims Commission Blount County - Approved Claims, (Source: fold3 - 7 day free trial) Southern Claims Commission Blount County - Barred and Disallowed Claims (Source: fold3 - 7 day free trial).
The History of Blount County, Tennessee and its People, - Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Corporate Authors: Blount County History Book Committee: Edition: 1st ed.
Publisher: The Committee: Printed in the USA by Walsworth Publishing, regional director Don Mills, Inc. Place Published: Maryville, TN: Subjects.
History of Blount County, Tennessee, From War Trail to Landing Strip, [Burns, Inez] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History of Blount County, Tennessee, From War Trail to Landing Strip, /5(2). Thirty Historical Stops in Blount County Tennessee.
Posted by Miz Kathleen, One day, with no address other than Big Springs Road, we tried to find the “Old Stone House”, the oldest house in the county, built in the late ’s. Never did locate it that day. Called the Visitor Center. They gave me some tips.Maryville Genealogy (in Blount County, TN) USA (1,) > Tennessee (37,) > Blount County () > Maryville ().
Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages.During the antebellum period, Blount County supported abolitionism.
Inlocal Quakers and other residents formed an abolitionist society, and in the decades following, local clergymen preached against the evils of slavery.
When the county considered secession inresidents voted to remain with the Union, 1, to