“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Harrison, Tennessee

Clickable Map of Hamilton County, Tennessee and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Hamilton County, TN (602) Bledsoe County, TN (17) Bradley County, TN (49) Marion County, TN (29) Meigs County, TN (31) Rhea County, TN (29) Sequatchie County, TN (5) Catoosa County, GA (808) Dade County, GA (14) Walker County, GA (371) Whitfield County, GA (85)  HamiltonCounty(602) Hamilton County (602)  BledsoeCounty(17) Bledsoe County (17)  BradleyCounty(49) Bradley County (49)  MarionCounty(29) Marion County (29)  MeigsCounty(31) Meigs County (31)  RheaCounty(29) Rhea County (29)  SequatchieCounty(5) Sequatchie County (5)  CatoosaCountyGeorgia(808) Catoosa County (808)  DadeCounty(14) Dade County (14)  WalkerCounty(371) Walker County (371)  WhitfieldCounty(85) Whitfield County (85)
Chattanooga is the county seat for Hamilton County
Harrison is in Hamilton County
      Hamilton County (602)  
      Bledsoe County (17)  
      Bradley County (49)  
      Marion County (29)  
      Meigs County (31)  
      Rhea County (29)  
      Sequatchie County (5)  
      Catoosa County, Georgia (808)  
      Dade County, Georgia (14)  
      Walker County, Georgia (371)  
      Whitfield County, Georgia (85)  
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1Tennessee (Hamilton County), Harrison — 2A 37 — Harrison Academy
Founded in 1838, this was the first public school in Hamilton County. It stood on a small hill about two miles northeast. Many citizens, later prominent in the life of the state and the community, received their early education here. It closed its . . . Map (db m51688) HM
2Tennessee (Hamilton County), Harrison — 2A 38 — Joseph Vann's Town
About ½ mile N of here, a Chickamauga village was destroyed by Evan Shelby's punitive expedition of 1779. Following his expulsion from Georgia, this wealthy Cherokee chief built a homestead here, with three racetracks, about which a new village . . . Map (db m4493) HM
3Tennessee (Hamilton County), Harrison — 2A 36 — Old Harrison
Hamilton County's first court met at Hasten Poe's tavern near the present Daisy in 1819, later moving to Rawlings' Farm, near the present Dallas. In 1840, a courthouse was built about 500 yards NW of this point, and the new town named for President . . . Map (db m4492) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022