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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Mosheim, Tennessee

 
Clickable Map of Greene 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 Greene County, TN (80) Cocke County, TN (15) Hamblen County, TN (27) Hawkins County, TN (30) Unicoi County, TN (4) Washington County, TN (77) Madison County, NC (17)  GreeneCounty(80) Greene County (80)  CockeCounty(15) Cocke County (15)  HamblenCounty(27) Hamblen County (27)  HawkinsCounty(30) Hawkins County (30)  UnicoiCounty(4) Unicoi County (4)  WashingtonCounty(77) Washington County (77)  MadisonCountyNorth Carolina(17) Madison County (17)
Location of Mosheim, Tennessee
    Greene County (80)
    Cocke County (15)
    Hamblen County (27)
    Hawkins County (30)
    Unicoi County (4)
    Washington County (77)
    Madison County, North Carolina (17)
 
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1Tennessee (Greene County), Mosheim — 1C 72 — Battle of Blue SpringsOctober 10, 1863
On this site occurred the Battle of Blue Springs for possession of the East Tennessee Railroad. Federal IX Corps, under Gen. A.E. Burnside, defeated Confederate Gen. J.S. Williams' army of 1,700, which lost 66 killed and wounded and 150 prisoners. . . . Map (db m69582) HM
2Tennessee (Greene County), Mosheim — Battles of Blue SpringsFighting on the Same Ground Twice
On the morning of October 10, 1863, Union Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside’s campaign suddenly arrived at Blue Springs (present-day Mosheim) when Union cavalry attacked Confederate General John S. Williams’s troops. By noon, the Confederate lines were . . . Map (db m69566) HM
3Tennessee (Greene County), Mosheim — 1C 95 — Blue Springs Church and CemeteryMosheim, Tennessee
The Blue Springs Lutheran Church, once Patterson's Church, served as the site of worship for the Greene County German settlers since before 1811. During the 1863 Civil War Battle of Blue Springs, its second brick building served as a hospital and . . . Map (db m126482) HM
4Tennessee (Greene County), Mosheim — Blue Springs Lutheran CongregationOrganized Prior to 1811.
Near here stood it's three buildings. The first was constructed of logs. The second, a brick structure, build before the Civil War, and used by General Ambrose E. Burnside for a hospital following the Battle of Blue Springs in 1863. Last, a frame . . . Map (db m97669) HM
5Tennessee (Greene County), Mosheim — Pottertown Bridge BurnersUnionists Pay the Ultimate Price
When Tennessee left the Union in June 1861, Greene County was a hotbed of divided loyalties. Several Unionists, who crafted multi-colored earthenware pottery which is still highly valued, were among the occupants of the nearby community named . . . Map (db m81629) HM
 
 
 
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Apr. 10, 2021