On North Main Avenue at Tucker Street, on the right when traveling north on North Main Avenue.
Beginning operations in 1917, Southern Potteries, Inc. was fostered by the Carolina, Clinchfield, and Ohio Railroad. For many years, it was one of the nation's largest producers of hand-painted-under-the-glaze pottery, sold under the name . . . — — Map (db m173326) HM
On Interstate 26 at milepost 5,, 0.2 miles east of Clearbranch Road, on the right when traveling north.
Secession bitterly divided Tennessee's mountain residents in 1861. Most were Unionist, but this part of the state remained Confederate territory until later in the war. Guerrilla warfare was common here.
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In the valley 500 yards north were held many kinds of frontier diversions, including racing on a half~mile semicircular track. Here, in 1788, Andrew Jackson, then 21 years old, rode his horse in a match race against a horse belonging to Col. Robert . . . — — Map (db m82981) HM
On Jackson Love Highway (Tennessee Route 36) at Interstate 26, on the right when traveling east on Jackson Love Highway.
On December 29, 1864, the Third Regiment of North Carolina Mounted Infantry, under Colonel George W.Kirk, engaged about 400 Confederate Infantry and Cavalry under Lt. Colonel James A.Keith at Red Banks of the Nolichucky. Seventy three Confederates . . . — — Map (db m22804) HM
On Unaka Way Street at Ohio Avenue on Unaka Way Street.
(Front): To those who died for a sacred cause, and to those who lived to win a nobler victory in time of peace. (Side): Whose fidelity, whose purity, whose courage, whose gentle genius in love and in counsel. Kept the home secure, the . . . — — Map (db m23142) HM
On North Main Avenue near Tucker Street, on the right when traveling south.
Unicoi County was formed during the Reconstruction era from parts of Washington and Carter counties on March 23, 1875. Representative Alfred A. Taylor introduced a bill in the Tennessee Legislature and . . . — — Map (db m82982) HM