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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2C6Q_1950-korean-conflict-1955-1964-vietnam-era-1975-a-war-memorial_Dickson-TN.html
War Memorial Building Korean & Vietnam Dedicated to the memory of the men of Dickson County Tennessee Who gave their lives that freedom might live 1950 Korean Conflict 1955 Bennie E. Bellar Mack Cavender Jesse R. Cooksey Robert M.…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2C6N_dickson-tennessee-100-years-1899-1999_Dickson-TN.html
1899-Town grants railroad permission to build overpass/underground on Charlotte Street, the western edge of the city limits. 1900-Ordinance passed requiring all business to have board sidewalks * Population is 1363 residents 1901-Citizens vote…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2C6A_world-war-i-1917-1919-a-war-memorial_Dickson-TN.html
This Tablet is erected in appreciation of the patriotism valor and fidelity of the boys of Dickson County who served their county in the World War 1917-1919 And To the sacred memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice and laid down their liv…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2C65_cowan-lumber-company_Dickson-TN.html
It is believed that this steam engine began its life of use in Dickson County here on this property by The Cowan Lumber Company. The company was established in June of 1923 and built many residential and commercial buildings (Dickson's War Memoria…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2C58_war-memorial-building_Dickson-TN.html
In 1929, the Tennessee State Legislature authorized a memorial building to honor sons and daughters of Dickson County who served in World War I and other wars. A Colonial Revival style structure designed by architect E. H. Woolwine and built by Co…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2C54_world-war-ii-1940-1946-a-war-memorial_Dickson-TN.html
1940-1946 Sacred to the Memory of the Men of Dickson County, Tennessee who died that Freedom might live Adams, Carl Adcock, Curtis Ashworth, Fred W. Baker, William N. Bellar, Robert Black, James L. Bone, Thomas Bradford, Elmer Boaz…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2BVR_capshaw-school_Cookeville-TN.html
Founded in 1939, Capshaw School was part of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal Program. Named in honor of Cookeville attorney and co-founder of Dixie College Robert Byrd Capshaw, the land that the school sits on, was once part of the Capshaw far…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2BMA_pine-grove-rural-community_Sevierville-TN.html
Pine Grove was once a rural community of sprawling farmlands before it was enveloped by the rapidly expanding vacation city of Pigeon Forge in the early 1980s. The frontier settlement first became known as Fort Wear in the 1780s when Revolutionary…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2BE9_crocketts-station_Springfield-TN.html
Samuel Crockett, Revolutionary War veteran from Pennsylvania built a fort east of here in 1788. During an attack by Indians in 1789 Rev. Patrick Martin was wounded and the daughter of Thomas Norris killed. Crockett lived to age 87 and is buried at…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2BDO_naves-crossroads-coopertown_Springfield-TN.html
David Nave built a blacksmith shop & home near this crossing of the Nashville to Hopkinsville Rd. & the Ironworks Rd. in 1829, thus was called Nave's Crossroads. A post office was begun in 1852 & located 600 feet east of here named Coopertown due …
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