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Historical Markers in Fraterville, Tennessee

 
Clickable Map of Anderson 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 Anderson County, TN (65) Campbell County, TN (12) Knox County, TN (201) Morgan County, TN (8) Roane County, TN (48) Scott County, TN (5) Union County, TN (8)  AndersonCounty(65) Anderson County (65)  CampbellCounty(12) Campbell County (12)  KnoxCounty(201) Knox County (201)  MorganCounty(8) Morgan County (8)  RoaneCounty(48) Roane County (48)  ScottCounty(5) Scott County (5)  UnionCounty(8) Union County (8)
Clinton is the county seat for Anderson County
Fraterville is in Anderson County
      Anderson County (65)  
ADJACENT TO ANDERSON COUNTY
      Campbell County (12)  
      Knox County (201)  
      Morgan County (8)  
      Roane County (48)  
      Scott County (5)  
      Union County (8)  
 
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1Tennessee (Anderson County), Fraterville — Fraterville Disaster
The Fraterville Mine exploded on May 19, 1902, killing all 216 miners. Poignant farewell messages were found on the bodies of Jacob Vowell, Powell Harmon, John Hendren, Harry Beach, Scott Chapman, James Brooks, R.S. Brooks, George Hutson, Frank . . . Map (db m102428) HM
2Tennessee (Anderson County), Fraterville — Itinerant Miners' Cemetery
Itinerant miners worked in the Fraterville Mine alongside miners with long-term contracts and strong local ties. Bodies of the itinerant miners were not claimed after the 1902 explosion and were buried adjacent to the railroad spur that led to the . . . Map (db m102429) HM
3Tennessee (Anderson County), Fraterville — Village of Brothers
Major Eldad Cicero Camp, a Civil War Union veteran, U.S. District Attorney, and businessman, never used convicts in his mines. Instead, he established contracts with experienced miners. Fraterville, the name of Major Camp's first mine and the . . . Map (db m102430) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 5, 2022