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By Brandon Fletcher, November 6, 2010
Battle of Mossy Creek Marker
Tennessee (Jefferson County), Jefferson City — 1C83 — Battle of Mossy CreekDecember 29, 1863
Federal cavalry under Gen. S.D. Sturgis established a line just east of Mossy Creek. At 9:00 a.m., Confederate Gen. W.T. Martin assembled 2000 dismounted cavalry and eight cannons at Talbott's Railroad Station, three miles east. They advanced along . . . — Map (db m28311) HM
Tennessee (Jefferson County), Jefferson City — 1C42 — Carson - Newman College
1/2 mi. Following organizational meetings in 1849, this was chartered as Mossy Creek Missionary Baptist Seminary in 1851. It closed 1861-65, its buildings being occupied and badly damaged by Federal troops in that period. Resuming operation in 1866, . . . — Map (db m28488) HM
Tennessee (Jefferson County), Jefferson City — 1E 123 — Cox Millca. 1792
A Revolutionary War veteran wounded at the Battle of King's Mountain on October 1, 1780, William Cox Sr. built Cox Mill, a grist mill, on this site about 1792. He was an "Overmountain Man" living in Watauga in 1775. As a delegate from Washington . . . — Map (db m84368) HM
Tennessee (Jefferson County), Jefferson City — Mossy Creek EngagementBending but not Breaking
(preface) In November 1863, Confederated Gen. James Longstreet led a force from Chattanooga to attack Union Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside’s army at Knoxville. The campaign failed, and in December Longstreet’s men marched east along the East . . . — Map (db m70659) HM
Tennessee (Jefferson County), Jefferson City — 1C 94 — Sarah Swann Hall(1904)
Side 1 Sarah Swann Hall, Grand Lady of Carson~Newman University, has been "home" to generations of students. Colonel Alfred Reuben Swann (1843~1926), visionary Jefferson County businessman and Carson~Newman trustee, built this stately home . . . — Map (db m108736) HM
Tennessee (Jefferson County), Jefferson City — Site of Original Land Grant by John Roper Branner
For Black Methodist Episcopal Church, School, and Cemetery. Deeded 1867 to Trustees: John Roper • Jacob Branner • Joseph Peck • William Houston • Richard Dan — Map (db m107951) HM

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