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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Dunlap

 
Clickable Map of Sequatchie 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 Sequatchie County, TN (3) Bledsoe County, TN (8) Grundy County, TN (18) Hamilton County, TN (534) Marion County, TN (20) Van Buren County, TN (6) Warren County, TN (25)  SequatchieCounty(3) Sequatchie County (3)  BledsoeCounty(8) Bledsoe County (8)  GrundyCounty(18) Grundy County (18)  HamiltonCounty(534) Hamilton County (534)  MarionCounty(20) Marion County (20)  VanBurenCounty(6) Van Buren County (6)  WarrenCounty(25) Warren County (25)
Dunlap, Tennessee and Vicinity
    Sequatchie County (3)
    Bledsoe County (8)
    Grundy County (18)
    Hamilton County (534)
    Marion County (20)
    Van Buren County (6)
    Warren County (25)
 
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GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Tennessee (Sequatchie County), Dunlap — 2B 22 — Old Madison
The first county seat of Bledsoe Co., was here. Buildings included a log jail on the hillock to the southeast. Members of its first court were Jno. Tollet, Jno. Narramore, Jesse McKinney, Michael Rawlings, Jos. Hoge, Jas. Standiver, Timothy Hixon, . . . — Map (db m57955) HM
2Tennessee (Sequatchie County), Dunlap — Thunder in the ValleyCivil War in Sequatchie County
The outbreak of the war divided Sequatchie County families, and local men served on both sides of the conflict. Union and Confederate armies marched through the county, civilian law broke down, and marauders used the conflict as an excuse to rob, . . . — Map (db m85541) HM
3Tennessee (Sequatchie County), Dunlap — 2A18 — Wheeler's RaidOCT. 2, 1863
This road, then part of the Anderson Turnpike, was used by Federal wagon trains between the base at Bridgeport, Ala., and the besieged army in Chattanooga. West of here, Maj. Gen. Joseph Wheeler, raiding northwestward with his cavalry, intercepted a . . . — Map (db m41147) HM
 
 
  
  
 
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