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Historical Markers in Bean Station, Tennessee

 
Clickable Map of Grainger 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 Grainger County, TN (13) Claiborne County, TN (22) Hamblen County, TN (30) Hancock County, TN (2) Hawkins County, TN (32) Jefferson County, TN (34) Knox County, TN (201) Union County, TN (8)  GraingerCounty(13) Grainger County (13)  ClaiborneCounty(22) Claiborne County (22)  HamblenCounty(30) Hamblen County (30)  HancockCounty(2) Hancock County (2)  HawkinsCounty(32) Hawkins County (32)  JeffersonCounty(34) Jefferson County (34)  KnoxCounty(201) Knox County (201)  UnionCounty(8) Union County (8)
Rutledge is the county seat for Grainger County
Bean Station is in Grainger County
      Grainger County (13)  
ADJACENT TO GRAINGER COUNTY
      Claiborne County (22)  
      Hamblen County (30)  
      Hancock County (2)  
      Hawkins County (32)  
      Jefferson County (34)  
      Knox County (201)  
      Union County (8)  
 
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1Tennessee (Grainger County), Bean Station — Bathhouse
The bathhouse was built in the early 1900's. Where you are standing was once an Olympic sixed pool, complete with diving boards and a smaller pool for kids. the Bathhouse was used to change and shower after a refreshing swim. Wealthy folks from all . . . Map (db m190542) HM
2Tennessee (Grainger County), Bean Station — Battle of Bean's StationOpportunity Lost
Confederate Gen. James Longstreet abandoned his siege of Knoxville early in December 1863 and withdrew northeast with Union Gen. John Parke following distantly. Parke sent Gen. James Shackleford ahead to harry Longstreet, who camped with his main . . . Map (db m69551) HM
3Tennessee (Grainger County), Bean Station — Bean Station
This was one of the first settlements in Tennessee. William Bean and Daniel Boone camped here in 1775. Indians massacred the first settler, a farmer named English. Permanently settled by William II, Robert, George and Jessie Bean, who were granted . . . Map (db m69549) HM
4Tennessee (Grainger County), Bean Station — Bean Station
One of Tennessee's earliest settlements. The valley you see was a warpath for the Cherokees, led Daniel Boone to Cumberland Gap and was traveled by Davy Crockett. Across Highway 11W to the right stood Bean Fort, built by William Bean, first . . . Map (db m80338) HM
5Tennessee (Grainger County), Bean Station — Spring House
Originally constructed in 1888, the Spring House was listed on the National Historical Register in 1973. This two-story open-air space for entertainment and relaxing, was built on top of the natural springs that run off Clinch Mountain. This spring . . . Map (db m190544) HM
 
 
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022