|► Tennessee (Cannon County), Woodbury — 2E 63 — "Mister Jim" Cummings|
|Born in Cannon County in 1890, James Harvey Cummings, known as “Mr. Jim”, was a farmer, attorney, politician, and statesman. Having served in the Tennessee General Assembly from 1928 to 1972, except for 1949 – 1953 when he was . . . — — Map (db m60422) HM|
|► Tennessee (Cannon County), Woodbury — 2E 1 — Cannon County/Warren County|
|Cannon County Established 1836; named in honor of Newton Cannon Governor of Tennessee, 1835–39; Member of Congress, 1814–17 and 1821–27; Served in Creek War and War of 1812. Warren County Established . . . — — Map (db m60421) HM|
|► Tennessee (Cannon County), Woodbury — 2E 14 — Early Industry|
|On Short Mountain, 7.1 mi., Henry Hoover & John Beeson established a millstone and grindstone factory in 1806. An inscription on a bluff of the mountain, and discarded fragments of stone mark the spot. — — Map (db m60423) HM|
|► Tennessee (Cannon County), Woodbury — 2E 16 — Forrest Rested Here — July 12, 1862|
|Here Forrest, with his newly organized brigade of about 1400 cavalrymen, halted for a short rest before making his successful raid on Federal forces at Murfreesboro under Gen. T.L. Crittenden. He freed a number of hostages from this locality and . . . — — Map (db m76173) HM|
|► Tennessee (Cannon County), Woodbury — 2E 22 — The Trail of Tears|
|In the valley to the south, that part of the Cherokee nation which took part in the enforced overland migration to Indian Territory rested for about three weeks in 1839. About 15,000 persons of various ages took part in the march. Several who died . . . — — Map (db m76174) HM|
|► Tennessee (Cannon County), Woodbury — World War I-II Memorial|
|A tribute of love to the memory of those we must not forget-World War I-Army-
World War II-Navy|
Eternal rest grant unto them oh Lord and let light shine upon them.
World War I-II erected by Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, . . . — — Map (db m107685) WM
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