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Sulphur Springs Camp Meeting Grounds
 
Sulphur Springs Camp Marker (<i>wide view looking north along Gray Station Sulphur Springs Road</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, May 12, 2019
Sulphur Springs Camp Marker (wide view looking north along Gray Station Sulphur Springs Road)
Tennessee (Washington County), Jonesborough — 1A-139 — Sulphur Springs Camp Meeting Grounds
The Methodist church has conducted camp meetings here since 1820. Camp meetings are religious revivals at which participants eat and sleep on site. The first shed at Sulphur Springs Camp Meeting Grounds was erected in 1842. A new shed, 74 feet by 45 . . . — Map (db m133754) HM
Tennessee (Washington County), Jonesborough — Sulphur Springs Campground
Original Site of the Sulphur Springs Camp Meeting c 1820 Land donated by Payne Squibb Original shed built about 1845 the Reverend William Milburn, Pastor Present shed built about 1900 from many of the old hand-hewn beams Dedicated to the Glory . . . — Map (db m133756) HM

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