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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM21I7_this-street-is-dedicated-to-the-memory-of-sergeant-lillard-earl-ailor-a-war-memorial_Knoxville-TN.html
1st Field Artillery Battery D 2nd Division Born July 17th 1892 Killed in Action April 8th 1918 Ranzier, France The first to give his life for Knox County World War I Erected by the American Legion Knoxville Post No. 2 June 20, 1949
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM21GF_civil-war-hospital_Knoxville-TN.html
This building was used as a hospital for Confederate forces from their occupation of Knoxville until September, 1863; thereafter similarly by the Federals. It was formerly the main building for the Tennessee School for the Deaf, which was located …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM21GE_knoxville-college_Knoxville-TN.html
This liberal arts institution was opened in Knoxville by the United Presbyterian Church in 1875. It crowns the ridge from which the main batteries of Lt. James Longstreet's attacking force shelled the Federal Fort Sanders about 1800 yards to the s…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1XN2_the-u-s-veterans-memorial-historical_Knoxville-TN.html
"To those who fought for it, life has a special meaning that the protected will never know...". Written on a C-Ration box Khe Sahn RNV 1967 or 68 Unknown U S Warrior Author. The American Veterans of Foreign Wars - AMVETS - erect this monument t…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1XMB_the-old-cumberland-presbyterian-meeting-house-historical_Knoxville-TN.html
The first Cumberland Presbyterian Congregation in East Tennessee was organized c. 1822 and given the name Concord. The church building, often referred to as the "Old Meeting House", was located 2 miles SE of the present town of Concord just off We…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1XMA_memorial-for-cofounders-of-campbell-station-historical_Knoxville-TN.html
Colonel David Campbell Born 1753 - 1832 * David Campbell donated the land for Pleasant Forest Cemetery. David Campbell and Archibald McCaleb settled Campbell Station on March 7, 1787. By 1798 a small church and school was erected on the Colo…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1X70_medal-of-honor-17th-michigan-volunteer-regiment-historical_Knoxville-TN.html
On November 16, 1863, the 17th Michigan was assigned as part of the Rear Guard along with the 2nd Michigan, 20th Michigan and the 100th Pennsylvania to protect the rest of Burnside's Army which were now in retreat into the defenses of Knoxville. …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1X6P_knox-county-world-war-ii-memorial-a-war-memorial_Knoxville-TN.html
In memory of those from Knox County who gave their lives in the Second World War
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1X6C_james-rufus-agee-historical_Knoxville-TN.html
Born in Knoxville November 27, 1909, Agee was well-known and respected in the fields of journalism, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and film. He won a Pulitzer Prize posthumously in 1957 for A Death in the Family, a novel based on his youth in the F…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1X6B_general-clifton-bledsoe-cates-historical_Knoxville-TN.html
Side ABorn in Cates Landing, Tennessee, on August 31, 1893, Clifton B. Cates attended school in Tiptonville and the Missouri Military Academy in Mexico, Missouri. While excelling in varsity football and baseball, he received his law degree from th…
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