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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Washington County, Tennessee

 
Clickable Map of Washington County, Tennessee and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Washington County, TN (89) Carter County, TN (56) Greene County, TN (82) Hawkins County, TN (34) Sullivan County, TN (105) Unicoi County, TN (6)  WashingtonCounty(89) Washington County (89)  CarterCounty(56) Carter County (56)  GreeneCounty(82) Greene County (82)  HawkinsCounty(34) Hawkins County (34)  SullivanCounty(105) Sullivan County (105)  UnicoiCounty(6) Unicoi County (6)
Jonesborough is the county seat for Washington County
Adjacent to Washington County, Tennessee
      Carter County (56)  
      Greene County (82)  
      Hawkins County (34)  
      Sullivan County (105)  
      Unicoi County (6)  
 
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1Tennessee, Washington County, Fall Branch — 1A 104 — Fall Branch Community Educational Center
2Tennessee, Washington County, Gray — 1A 24 — Buffalo Ridge Church
3Tennessee, Washington County, Gray — 1A 157 — Ford vs. Ford
4Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — A Narrow-Gauge Railroad
5Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — A National Cemetery System
6Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Andre Michaux1746-1803
7Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 56 — Boone's Creek Church
8Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 89 — Brush Creek Campground
9Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 120 — Colored Christian Church and Colored School1889
10Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 27 — Daniel Boone
11Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 144 — Desegregation of East Tennessee State College (University)1956 and 1958
12Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 127 — Dr. Hezekiah B. Hankal1825-1903 — Minister, Physician, Educator, Politician —
13Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 106 — Dungan-St. John Mill
14Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 134 — East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Depot
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15Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 149 — Elbert Columbus "E.C." MillerOctober 16, 1925-March 25, 2012
16Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A-28 — Fiddlin’ Charlie Bowman1889-1962
17Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 50 — First Court of Washington County
18Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — First English-Speaking Visitors
19Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 22 — History on Knob Creek
20Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1E 64 — Isaac Hammer
21Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 26 — Jesse Duncan
22Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — John Sevier Hotel
23Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 154 — Johnson CityHome of Mountain Dew
24Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 93 — Johnson CityIncorporated - December 1, 1869
25Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Johnson City Sessions
26Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 141 — Johnson City Sessions
27Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 152 — Keebler-Keefauver Home
28Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 114 — Knob Creek Church of the Brethren
29Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Landon Carter HaynesConfederate Senator
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30Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 110 — Langston High School1893-1965
31Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Main Street
32Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Memorial Fountain
33Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Mountain Home National Cemetery
34Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1 A 135 — National Soldiers’ Home
35Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Passenger Service
36Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 156 — Rich-R-Tone Records
37Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Robert E. Young Cabin
38Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 60 — Robins’ Roost
39Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 88 — Samuel Cole WilliamsJanuary 15, 1864 - December 14, 1947
40Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 58 — Science HillMale & Female Institute
41Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 86 — State Flag
42Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Story of the TweetsieThe Tweetsie Trail
43Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Summers Hardware
44Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Tennessee Early History Monument
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45Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — The Music of the Rails
46Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 112 — Tipton-Haynes Cemetery
47Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 111 — Tipton-Haynes Historic Site
48Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — Trail Geology
49Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 118 — Tree Streets Historic District
50Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 5 — William Bean's Cabin
51Tennessee, Washington County, Johnson City — 1A 75 — William Nelson Home
52Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A-85 — Alfred Eugene Jackson
53Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 109 — Alfred Martin Ray Buffalo SoldierCirca 1849 - 1917
54Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — Boone Trail Highway
55Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — Captain Christopher Taylor Home
56Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 59 — Cherokee ChurchHolston Baptist Association — 0.1 mile —
57Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 90 — Chester Inn
58Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 6 — Christopher Taylor House
59Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 82 — First Abolition Publications
60Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — Jacob Brown1736-1785
61Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 25 — Jacob Brown
62Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A-81 — Jonesboro: Oldest Town in Tennessee
63Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — JonesboroughSesqui-Centennial Celebration 1930
64Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — Jonesborough Veterans Park
65Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 121 — Keystone Pottery
66Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — May-Dishner House
67Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 79 — Old Dutch Meeting House
68Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — Plum Grove
69Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A-87 — State Seal
70Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A-139 — Sulphur Springs Camp Meeting Grounds
71Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — Sulphur Springs Campground
72Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 92 — Thomas Emmerson
73Tennessee, Washington County, Jonesborough — 1A 28 — Warner Institute1876 - 1913
74Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — A Summary of the Life of Davy Crockett
75Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — 1A 113 — Battle of Limestone Station
76Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — Crockett
77Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — Crockett’s Tennessee Westward Movement
78Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — 1C 46 — David Crockett1.8 mi
79Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — Davy Crockett’s Birthplace
80Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — Eye-Witness to a Near Tragedy
81Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — 1A 74 — Gillespie Stone House Reported missing
82Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — The Real Likeness of David Crockett
83Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — Washington College
84Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — 1A 30 — Washington College1.7 miles ----->
85Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — 1C 6 — Washington County / Greene County
86Tennessee, Washington County, Limestone — Welcome to Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park
87Tennessee, Washington County, New Victory — 1A 125 — The Tester Brothers
88Tennessee, Washington County, Telford — 1A 57 — Salem Church
89Tennessee, Washington County, Telford — 1A 29 — Thomas Embree0.8 mi. →
 
 
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Feb. 5, 2023