National Register of Historic Places listings in Tennessee

This is a list of properties and historic districts in Tennessee that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are over 2,000 in total. Of these, 29 are National Historic Landmarks. Each of Tennessee's 95 counties has at least one listing.

The Tennessee Historical Commission, which manages the state's participation in the National Register program, reports that 80 percent of the state's area has been surveyed for historic buildings. Surveys for archaeological sites have been less extensive; coverage is estimated less than 5 percent of the state. Not all properties that have been determined to be eligible for National Register are listed.[1]

The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below), may be seen in an online map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[2]

Contents: Counties in Tennessee
Anderson Bedford Benton Bledsoe Blount Bradley Campbell Cannon Carroll Carter Cheatham Chester Claiborne Clay Cocke Coffee Crockett Cumberland Davidson Decatur – DeKalb Dickson Dyer Fayette Fentress Franklin Gibson Giles Grainger Greene Grundy Hamblen Hamilton Hancock Hardeman Hardin Hawkins Haywood Henderson Henry Hickman Houston Humphreys Jackson Jefferson Johnson Knox Lake Lauderdale Lawrence – Lewis Lincoln Loudon Macon Madison Marion Marshall Maury McMinn – McNairy Meigs Monroe Montgomery Moore Morgan Obion Overton Perry Pickett Polk Putnam Rhea Roane Robertson Rutherford Scott Sequatchie Sevier Shelby Smith Stewart Sullivan Sumner Tipton Trousdale Unicoi – Union – Van Buren Warren Washington Wayne Weakley White Williamson Wilson
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 13, 2019.[3]

Current listings by county

The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008[4] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site.[5] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis.[6] Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which only modify the area covered by an existing property or district, although carrying a separate National Register reference number.

The Tennessee county with the largest number of National Register listings is Davidson County, site of the state capital, Nashville.

County # of Sites
1 Anderson 20
2 Bedford 32
3 Benton 4
4 Bledsoe 9
5 Blount 75
6 Bradley 24
7 Campbell 8
8 Cannon 8
9 Carroll 6
10 Carter 13
11 Cheatham 8
12 Chester 3
13 Claiborne 13
14 Clay 2
15 Cocke 15
16 Coffee 15
17 Crockett 2
18 Cumberland 8
19 Davidson 198
20 Decatur 5
21 DeKalb 5
22 Dickson 22
23 Dyer 8
24 Fayette 13
25 Fentress 12
26 Franklin 21
27 Gibson 19
28 Giles 34
29 Grainger 10
30 Greene 16
31 Grundy 22
32 Hamblen 13
33 Hamilton 103
34 Hancock 2
35 Hardeman 12
36 Hardin 8
37 Hawkins 12
38 Haywood 13
39 Henderson 5
40 Henry 14
41 Hickman 11
42 Houston 3
43 Humphreys 10
44 Jackson 6
45 Jefferson 13
46 Johnson 7
47 Knox 115
48 Lake 1
49 Lauderdale 5
50 Lawrence 15
51 Lewis 7
52 Lincoln 16
53 Loudon 24
54 Macon 7
55 Madison 30
56 Marion 16
57 Marshall 22
58 Maury 69
59 McMinn 18
60 McNairy 4
61 Meigs 37
62 Monroe 19
63 Montgomery 51
64 Moore 6
65 Morgan 5
66 Obion 16
67 Overton 6
68 Perry 6
69 Pickett 3
70 Polk 18
71 Putnam 15
72 Rhea 7
73 Roane 20
74 Robertson 28
75 Rutherford 47
76 Scott 6
77 Sequatchie 5
78 Sevier 38
79 Shelby 194
80 Smith 13
81 Stewart 16
82 Sullivan 46
83 Sumner 37
84 Tipton 15
85 Trousdale 6
86 Unicoi 4
87 Union 6
88 Van Buren 3
89 Warren 22
90 Washington 36
91 Wayne 8
92 Weakley 11
93 White 12
94 Williamson 135
95 Wilson 24
(duplicates) (23)[7]
Total: 2,130

Anderson County

Bedford County

Benton County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Reynoldsburg-Paris Road August 7, 2005
(#05000803)
5.0 miles northeast of Camden off Chestnut Hill Rd.
36°06′00″N 87°58′36″W
Camden A Trail of Tears site[10]
2 John Rushing Farm December 17, 1999
(#99001587)
5760 N. State Route 69A
36°08′00″N 88°06′15″W
Camden
3 William Thompson House May 6, 1976
(#76001763)
South of Camden, off State Route 69
36°02′24″N 88°05′37″W
Camden
4 US Post Office September 23, 1988
(#88001577)
81 N. Forest St.
36°03′30″N 88°05′49″W
Camden

Former listings

[8] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Mount Zion Church October 2, 1973
(#73001752)
July 17, 2012 5.5 miles southeast of Big Sandy
36°10′41″N 88°01′10″W
Big Sandy Destroyed by arsonist.

Bledsoe County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Bellview School March 5, 1999
(#99000279)
State Route 101
35°44′44″N 85°10′42″W
Pikeville Rural schoolhouse built in 1928; now used as a community center
2 Bledsoe County Courthouse March 30, 1995
(#95000346)
Town Sq.
35°36′20″N 85°11′19″W
Pikeville
3 Bledsoe County Jail November 12, 2008
(#08001049)
128 Frazier St.
35°36′23″N 85°11′20″W
Pikeville Still serves as the county's jail
4 John Bridgman House June 24, 1993
(#93000567)
106 E. Spring St.
35°36′06″N 85°10′59″W
Pikeville Federal-style house built in 1815
5 Fall Creek Falls Fire Lookout Tower July 21, 2015
(#15000444)
Fire Tower Rd.
35°40′10″N 85°18′23″W
Pikeville vicinity
6 Lincoln School July 15, 1993
(#93000648)
Old State Route 28 near Rockford Rd.
35°36′44″N 85°11′26″W
Pikeville A Rosenwald school built in the 1920s
7 Pikeville Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church November 30, 1999
(#99001444)
E. Valley Dr.
35°36′18″N 85°11′08″W
Pikeville Originally a Freedmen's Bureau school built in 1870; converted to AME Zion church in 1888
8 Dr. James A. Ross House June 25, 1999
(#99000758)
102 Frazier St.
35°36′20″N 85°11′16″W
Pikeville Home and office of Dr. James Ross, built c. 1872; now home to the Museum of Bledsoe County History
9 South Main Street Historic District April 21, 1994
(#94000375)
200-422 S. Main St;.
35°36′06″N 85°11′25″W
Pikeville

Blount County

Bradley County

Campbell County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Jellico Commercial Historic District November 12, 1999
(#99001344)
Roughly along North and South Main Sts.
36°35′15″N 84°07′44″W
Jellico Includes several buildings mostly along North Main and South Main
2 Kincaid-Howard House March 16, 1976
(#76001766)
State Route 63
36°24′32″N 84°03′04″W
Fincastle Built in 1845 by John Kincaid II; Nomination form: https://npgallery.nps.gov/NRHP/GetAsset/NRHP/76001766_text
3 LaFollette Coke Ovens November 29, 2016
(#16000811)
Ivydale & Water Plant Rds., Coke Oven Ln.
36°23′45″N 84°07′40″W
LaFollette
4 LaFollette House May 29, 1975
(#75001736)
Indiana Ave.
36°23′01″N 84°07′06″W
LaFollette Also known as "Glen Oaks"; built c. 1895 by Harvey LaFollette; designed by George F. Barber
5 Norris Hydroelectric Project April 12, 2016
(#16000165)
300 Powerhouse Way
36°13′27″N 84°05′32″W
Norris Extends into Anderson County
6 A.E. Perkins House December 8, 1997
(#97001529)
130 Valley St.
36°19′55″N 84°10′50″W
Jacksboro
7 Smith-Little-Mars House November 7, 1976
(#76001767)
West of Speedwell on State Route 63
36°26′41″N 83°55′45″W
Speedwell https://npgallery.nps.gov/NRHP/GetAsset/NRHP/76001767_text
8 U.S. Post Office and Mine Rescue Station February 10, 1984
(#84003467)
368 N. Main St.[11]
36°35′23″N 84°07′34″W
Jellico

Cannon County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Baptist Female College-Adams House June 25, 1987
(#87001035)
210 S. College St.
35°49′34″N 86°04′31″W
Woodbury Built in 1859 as a dormitory for the Baptist Female College, used as a house by Dr. J.E. Adams in the 20th century
2 Brevard-Macon House December 23, 1994
(#94001491)
902 W. Main St.
35°49′37″N 86°04′56″W
Woodbury Built in 1900 by William F. Brevard; still owned by his descendants
3 Brown-Hancock House May 7, 2019
(#100003901)
110 W. Water St.
35°49′43″N 86°04′11″W
Woodbury
4 Cannon County Courthouse April 14, 1992
(#92000347)
Court Sq.
35°49′42″N 86°04′15″W
Woodbury Built in 1935; designed by George Waller
5 William Cannon Houston House June 16, 1989
(#89000503)
107 Houston Ln.
35°49′30″N 86°03′30″W
Woodbury
6 Ready-Cates Farm July 27, 2005
(#05000760)
1662 Northcutt Rd.
35°53′22″N 86°07′45″W
Milton Established 1840s by Abner Alexander; includes circa-1870 house
7 Readyville Mill July 2, 1973
(#73001753)
On U.S. Route 70S
35°49′48″N 86°10′35″W
Readyville
8 Rucker-Mason Farm January 9, 2007
(#06001234)
837 Hare Ln.
35°54′13″N 86°08′40″W
Porterfield

Carroll County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Court Theatre March 12, 2012
(#12000115)
155 Court Sq.
36°00′04″N 88°25′42″W
Huntingdon
2 First Cumberland Presbyterian Church-McKenzie June 17, 1993
(#93000476)
647 Stonewall Street North
36°08′00″N 88°31′13″W
McKenzie
3 Hillsman House March 25, 1982
(#82003955)
Old Hinkledale-McKenzie Rd.
36°02′23″N 88°36′44″W
Trezevant
4 Leach Fire Lookout Tower November 14, 2017
(#100001821)
RT 1 Leach Rd.
35°54′47″N 88°28′49″W
Cedar Grove
5 Long Rock Methodist Episcopal Church, South July 16, 2010
(#10000466)
340 Long Rock Church Rd.
36°02′59″N 88°24′03″W
Huntingdon vicinity
6 McKenzie Depot March 28, 1996
(#96000336)
85 E. Bruce St.
36°07′52″N 88°31′09″W
McKenzie

Carter County

Cheatham County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Cheatham County Courthouse December 12, 1976
(#76001769)
Court Sq.
36°16′29″N 87°03′49″W
Ashland City
2 Indian Town Bluff August 30, 1974
(#74001904)
Address Restricted
Ashland City
3 Kingston Springs Hotel and Buildings October 31, 1979
(#79002417)
Kingston Springs Rd.
36°05′41″N 87°06′48″W
Kingston Springs
4 Montgomery Bell Tunnel April 19, 1994
(#94001188)
Junction of the Harpeth River and Bell Bend Rd.
36°08′49″N 87°07′19″W
White Bluff
5 Mound Bottom September 3, 1971
(#71000813)
Along the Harpeth River below Kingston Springs, in Harpeth River State Park[12]
36°08′24″N 87°06′05″W
Kingston Springs
6 Patterson Forge (40CH87) April 16, 1971
(#71000814)
Address Restricted
Kingston Springs
7 Sycamore Mills Site July 9, 1979
(#79002416)
Address Restricted
Ashland City
8 Turnbull Forge (40CH97) July 20, 1988
(#88001108)
Address Restricted
Kingston Springs

Chester County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Chester County Courthouse March 26, 1979
(#79002418)
Court Sq.
35°26′24″N 88°38′27″W
Henderson
2 Hamlett-Smith House December 1, 1983
(#83004227)
Jacks Creek-Mifflin Rd.
35°29′20″N 88°31′17″W
Jacks Creek
3 National Teacher's Normal and Business College Administration Building March 12, 2012
(#12000116)
158 E. Main St.
35°26′25″N 88°38′22″W
Henderson

Claiborne County

Clay County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Clay County Courthouse September 22, 1977
(#77001261)
State Route 52
36°33′02″N 85°30′22″W
Celina
2 Free Hills Rosenwald School November 15, 1996
(#96001360)
Free Hill Rd., east of State Route 52
36°33′46″N 85°29′13″W
Free Hill One of only about 30 Rosenwald schools still extant, was built to educate African Americans and used from circa 1925 to 1966.

Cocke County

Coffee County

Crockett County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Bank of Alamo June 26, 1986
(#86001397)
103 S. Bells St.
35°47′06″N 89°07′02″W
Alamo Built in 1912
2 Fruitvale Historic District November 14, 2012
(#12000943)
Along Fruitvale Rd. & Jct. with Edward Williams Rd.
35°44′49″N 89°01′50″W
Fruitvale

Cumberland County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Camp Nakanawa Wigwam November 12, 1999
(#99001345)
Camp Nakanawa Wigwam Rd.
36°03′48″N 85°11′45″W
Mayland
2 Crossville Tennessee Highway Patrol Building April 18, 2003
(#03000281)
39 Main St.
35°56′51″N 85°01′33″W
Crossville Currently serves as the Tennessee Native Stone Museum to commemorate the uses and history of native Crab Orchard Stone.
3 Cumberland County Courthouses June 17, 1980
(#80003783)
Main St.
35°56′53″N 85°01′37″W
Crossville Listing includes the current courthouse, built in 1905, and the old courthouse (currently the Military Memorial Museum), built in 1886.
4 Cumberland Homesteads Historic District September 30, 1988
(#88001593)
Roughly along County Seat and Valley Rds., Grassy Cove Rd., Deep Draw and Pigeon Ridge Rds.
35°54′22″N 84°58′58″W
Crossville Includes several hundred houses and public buildings of 1930s-era planned community; also includes parts of Cumberland Mountain State Park
5 Cumberland Mountain School August 5, 1993
(#93000779)
Western side of Old U.S. Route 127N, 2 miles north of Crossville
35°58′45″N 85°02′07″W
Crossville
6 Palace Theater January 7, 1994
(#93001477)
210 N. Main St.
35°56′49″N 85°01′33″W
Crossville Art Deco theatre built in 1936. Now used as a community center
7 Pioneer Hall November 21, 1978
(#78002576)
Main St.
35°58′34″N 85°11′40″W
Pleasant Hill Once part of the Pleasant Hill Academy; now a local museum
8 Greenberry Wilson House June 28, 1996
(#96000719)
E.G. Wilson Rd., 7 miles southeast of Crossville
35°46′08″N 85°01′53″W
Burke

Davidson County

DeKalb County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Alexandria Cemeteries Historic District May 30, 2002
(#02000584)
Cemetery St.
36°04′34″N 86°01′44″W
Alexandria
2 DeKalb County Fairgrounds November 29, 1995
(#95001372)
103 Fairground Rd.
36°04′41″N 86°01′55″W
Alexandria
3 Evans Block August 30, 1984
(#84003533)
101 and 103 N. 4th St.
35°57′41″N 85°48′50″W
Smithville
4 Susie Foster Log House July 3, 2007
(#07000665)
810 College St.
35°57′01″N 85°48′57″W
Smithville
5 Liberty Historic District June 25, 1987
(#87001058)
Roughly along Main and N. Main Sts.
36°00′18″N 85°57′58″W
Liberty

Former listing

[8] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Caplinger-Smith House February 12, 1980
(#80004296)
April 20, 1989 SW Temperance Hall
Temperance Hall

Decatur County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Dr. Beauregard Martin Brooks House September 3, 1992
(#92001074)
State Route 114 (Clifton Ferry Rd.) east of its junction with State Route 69
35°26′21″N 88°05′21″W
Bath Springs
2 Brownsport I Furnace (40DR85) July 28, 1988
(#88001144)
Address Restricted
Gumdale
3 Brownsport II Furnace (40DR86) August 26, 1977
(#77001265)
Address Restricted
Decaturville
4 Decatur Furnace (40DR84) July 28, 1988
(#88001142)
Address Restricted
Bath Springs
5 John P. Rains Hotel November 21, 1978
(#78002585)
106-108 Tennessee Ave., S.
35°38′58″N 88°07′35″W
Parsons

Dickson County

Dyer County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Bank of Dyersburg June 16, 1983
(#83003030)
100 N. Main St.
36°01′57″N 89°23′07″W
Dyersburg
2 Dyersburg Courthouse Square Historic District February 28, 1991
(#91000222)
Roughly bounded by Church, Main, Cedar, and Court Sts.
36°01′48″N 89°23′02″W
Dyersburg
3 Gordon-Oak Streets Historic District May 8, 1992
(#92000428)
107-302 Gordon and 114-305 Oak Sts., and the western side of 711-731 Sampson Ave.
36°02′22″N 89°22′58″W
Dyersburg
4 Edward Moody King House October 25, 1990
(#90001658)
512 Finley St.
36°02′03″N 89°23′27″W
Dyersburg
5 Latta House November 14, 1978
(#78002586)
917 Troy Ave.
36°02′31″N 89°23′06″W
Dyersburg
6 Newbern Illinois Central Depot March 25, 1993
(#93000213)
Junction of Main and Jefferson Sts.
36°06′44″N 89°15′44″W
Newbern
7 Pleasant Hill Cemetery November 13, 2003
(#03001159)
Approximately 0.7 miles west of the cattle gate at the end of Cemetery Rd.
36°02′45″N 89°29′04″W
Finley
8 Troy Avenue Historic District May 8, 1992
(#92000429)
827-1445 Troy Ave., western side
36°02′36″N 89°23′07″W
Dyersburg

Former listing

[8] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Dyersburg Sanatarium 1976
(#76002241)
Unknown 124 McGaughey
Dyersburg Demolished.[13]

Fayette County

Fentress County

Franklin County

Gibson County

Giles County

Grainger County

Greene County

Grundy County

Hamblen County

Hamilton County

Hancock County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Old Jail April 11, 1973
(#73001784)
Jail St.
36°31′46″N 83°13′00″W
Sneedville
2 Vardy School Community Historic District November 8, 1984
(#84000373)
Blackwater Rd.
36°35′03″N 83°11′19″W
Sneedville The school has collapsed, but other structures in the district intact and preserved.

Hardeman County

Hardin County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Cherry Mansion August 16, 1977
(#77001274)
101 Main St.
35°13′32″N 88°15′24″W
Savannah
2 James Graham House October 29, 1991
(#91001594)
Junction of State Route 69 and Airport Rd.
35°09′39″N 88°13′02″W
Savannah
3 Pickwick Landing Hydroelectric Project August 11, 2017
(#100001467)
850 Carolina Ln.
35°03′50″N 88°14′50″W
Counce
4 Savannah Historic District April 2, 1980
(#80003832)
Irregular pattern along Main, Deford, Guinn, Church, College, Williams and Cook Sts.; also 410 and 506 Main St.; also roughly bounded by College St., Main St., Tennessee St., and Williams St.
35°13′38″N 88°14′59″W
Savannah 410/506 Main St. represent a boundary increase of November 8, 1993; "roughly bounded" represent a boundary increase of August 7, 2009
5 Shiloh Indian Mounds Site April 27, 1979
(#79000279)
East of Hurley in Shiloh National Military Park
35°08′32″N 88°19′26″W
Hurley
6 Shiloh National Military Park October 15, 1966
(#66000074)
Off State Route 22
35°08′22″N 88°20′35″W
Pittsburg Landing
7 Tanyard Branch Furnace (40HR121) April 9, 1988
(#88000250)
Address Restricted
Bath Springs
8 Meady White House July 1, 1993
(#93000586)
Main St. (State Route 69)
35°22′39″N 88°12′31″W
Saltillo

Hawkins County

Haywood County

Henderson County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Doe Creek School November 29, 2010
(#10000935)
Doe Creek Rd., approximately ½ mile north of Dyer Rd.
35°28′11″N 88°14′51″W
Sardis
2 Thompsie Edwards House June 30, 1983
(#83003039)
113 Main St.
35°38′53″N 88°23′30″W
Lexington
3 Montgomery High School July 3, 2007
(#07000662)
Montgomery Ave.
35°39′02″N 88°23′59″W
Lexington
4 Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church and Cemetery November 19, 2014
(#14000942)
3435 Scarce Creek Rd.
35°45′40″N 88°19′59″W
Wildersville vicinity
5 Parker's Crossroads Battlefield February 22, 1999
(#97001550)
State Route 22, 26 miles east of Jackson
35°47′33″N 88°23′40″W
Parkers Crossroads

Henry County

Hickman County

Houston County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Erin Limekilns November 10, 2004
(#04001230)
708 McMillan St.
36°18′57″N 87°42′52″W
Erin
2 V.R. Harris House August 18, 1983
(#83003040)
Main St.
36°19′01″N 87°42′04″W
Erin
3 Quarry Limekiln November 10, 2004
(#04001229)
State Route 49, approximately 0.25 miles east of Denmark Rd.
36°19′01″N 87°42′44″W
Erin

Humphreys County

Jackson County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Carverdale Farms July 31, 2018
(#100002754)
112 Harris Hollow Rd.
36°16′29″N 85°45′21″W
Granville Farm first settled in 1830 by Joseph Williamson and family in the small community of Liberty just east of Granville. Historic home built in 1850 by Andrew Jackson Vantrease. Samuel Sampson Carver purchased property in 1890, operating a saw mill, blacksmith shop, and general store in addition to his agricultural uses. Farm was used for maneuver training during World War II. On October 24,1955 current owner and great grandson of Carver, Joe Moore, was featured on the cover of Time magazine after being named 1955 Star Farmer of America. Contributing buildings range in construction dates from 1830-1945.
2 Fort Blount-Williamsburg Site July 17, 1974
(#74001918)
On the Cumberland River south of Gainesboro
36°19′09″N 85°45′05″W
Gainesboro Site of Fort Blount (1794-1798) and later town of Williamsburg (founded 1807)
3 Gainesboro Historic District October 25, 1990
(#90001570)
Roughly bounded by Cox, Minor, Montpelier, and Mark Twain Sts.
36°21′19″N 85°39′29″W
Gainesboro
4 Gainesboro Residential Historic District July 11, 2001
(#01000728)
Roughly along Dixie Ave. and Cox, Minor, and N. Murray Sts.
36°21′24″N 85°39′30″W
Gainesboro
5 Jackson County High School July 8, 2009
(#09000535)
707 School Dr.
36°20′49″N 85°39′26″W
Gainesboro
6 T.B. Sutton General Store May 7, 2019
(#100003902)
169 Clover St.
36°16′18″N 85°47′50″W
Granville Constructed in 1880, Sutton Store is the oldest remaining commercial institution in Granville. The store sat empty for approximately thirty years before Harold and Beverley Sutton (no relation to T.B. Sutton) purchased and restored the building. In 2007, they donated the building to Historic Granville Incorporated who continue to operate the building as a general store, restaurant, and music venue. Sutton Store has been recently recognized by Country Living and Taste of the South magazines as one of the must see general stores in America.

Jefferson County

Johnson County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Butler House April 11, 1973
(#73001798)
309 N. Church St.
36°28′19″N 81°48′07″W
Mountain City Home of Congressman Roderick R. Butler, built circa 1870.[14]
2 Alfred Johnson Farm July 1, 1998
(#98000820)
825 Johnson Hollow Rd.
36°29′40″N 81°47′59″W
Mountain City
3 Kettlefoot Fire Lookout Tower November 20, 2015
(#15000833)
Fire Tower Rd.
36°25′36″N 81°52′00″W
Mountain City
4 Maymead Farm February 15, 2012
(#11000100)
1995 Roan Creek Rd.
36°25′36″N 81°49′11″W
Mountain City
5 Morrison Farm and Store April 11, 1973
(#73001797)
State Route 91: specifically, 6171 and 6174 State Route 91, N.
36°33′20″N 81°46′11″W
Laurel Bloomery Consists of a farmhouse and several outbuildings, including a log store.
6 Dr. Wiley Wagner Vaught Office November 20, 2009
(#09000950)
W.W. Vaught Ln., south of Dug Hill Rd.
36°24′22″N 81°48′33″W
Mountain City Doctors' office built c. 1905 by rural physician Wiley Wagner Vaught (18741974).
7 A.J. Wright Farm July 14, 2000
(#00000808)
297 A.J. Wright Rd.
36°30′05″N 81°55′46″W
Shady Valley

Former listing

[8] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Rhea House April 11, 1973
(#73001799)
March 20, 1997 U.S. Route 421
36°26′38″N 81°47′49″W
Shouns

Knox County

Lake County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Caldwell-Hopson House March 11, 1993
(#93000150)
431 Wynn St.
36°22′34″N 89°28′50″W
Tiptonville

Lauderdale County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Fort Pillow April 11, 1973
(#73001806)
State Route 87
35°38′20″N 89°49′56″W
Fort Pillow
2 Lauderdale County Courthouse March 30, 1995
(#95000343)
Town Sq.
35°44′45″N 89°31′49″W
Ripley
3 W.E. Palmer House December 14, 1978
(#78002604)
Off U.S. Route 51
35°40′24″N 89°34′35″W
Henning
4 US Post Office September 23, 1988
(#88001582)
17 E. Jackson Ave.
35°44′41″N 89°31′39″W
Ripley
5 Wardlaw-Steele House January 8, 1980
(#80003844)
128 Wardlaw Pl.
35°44′31″N 89°31′59″W
Ripley

Lawrence County

Lewis County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Ambrose Blackburn Farmstead March 28, 1985
(#85000670)
Gordonsburg Rd.
35°33′58″N 87°23′55″W
Gordonsburg
2 Hohenwald Railroad Depot May 14, 1987
(#87000730)
State Route 99
35°32′50″N 87°32′59″W
Hohenwald
3 Lewis County Courthouse March 29, 2006
(#06000203)
110 N. Park St.
35°33′05″N 87°33′10″W
Hohenwald
4 Napier Furnaces Historic District (40LS14) May 4, 1988
(#88000459)
Address Restricted
Napier
5 Old Natchez Trace May 30, 1975
(#75002125)
From the Alabama/Tennessee border to State Route 100 in Davidson County
Coordinates missing
Gordonsburg Extends into Davidson, Hickman, Lawrence, Maury, Wayne, and Williamson counties
6 Steele's Iron Works (40LS15) May 4, 1988
(#88000458)
Address Restricted
Napier
7 Netherland Tait House August 9, 1984
(#84003577)
Napier Rd.
35°27′53″N 87°28′14″W
Napier

Lincoln County

Loudon County

Macon County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Belview School March 21, 2007
(#07000189)
Underwood Rd. near Akersville Rd.
36°36′45″N 85°59′17″W
Underwood
2 Cloyd Hotel September 11, 1986
(#86002855)
Market St.
36°31′45″N 85°50′20″W
Red Boiling Springs Now called the Thomas House
3 Counts Hotel September 11, 1986
(#86002856)
Market St.
36°31′49″N 85°50′50″W
Red Boiling Springs Now called the Armour's Hotel
4 Donoho Hotel Historic District September 11, 1986
(#86002857)
Market St.
36°31′47″N 85°50′28″W
Red Boiling Springs Still in operation
5 Galen Elementary School February 22, 1993
(#93000030)
Junction of Galen and Tucker Rds.
36°34′37″N 85°57′44″W
Galen
6 Long Creek School February 22, 1993
(#93000032)
Long Creek Rd. northwest of Lafayette
36°33′27″N 86°05′38″W
Lafayette
7 Red Boiling Springs Bank September 18, 2013
(#13000747)
100 Main St.
36°31′57″N 85°51′01″W
Red Boiling Springs Built in 1928, used as a bank until 1963

Former listings

[8] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Keystone School February 22, 1993
(#93000031)
July 22, 2014 State Route 52 west of Lafayette, just east of Gap of the Ridge
36°31′25″N 86°06′31″W
Lafayette

Madison County

Marion County

Marshall County

Maury County

McMinn County

McNairy County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Bethel Springs Presbyterian Church August 18, 1983
(#83003054)
3rd Ave.
35°13′57″N 88°36′25″W
Bethel Springs
2 Big Hill Pond Fortification September 29, 1998
(#98001182)
John Howell Rd. and the former Southern railroad line
35°02′12″N 88°44′06″W
Pocahontas
3 Davis Bridge Battlefield July 13, 1998
(#97001549)
Roughly along Ripley-Pocahontas and Essary Spring Rds
35°01′51″N 88°47′44″W
Pocahontas Extends into Hardeman County
4 Wray's Bluff Fortification September 29, 1998
(#98001183)
Address Restricted
Pocahontas

Meigs County

Monroe County

Montgomery County

Moore County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Bobo Hotel April 7, 1994
(#94000283)
Main St.
35°17′03″N 86°22′10″W
Lynchburg Built late 1850s by E.Y. Salmon, operated as boarding house during the 20th century by Jack and Mary Bobo; once a frequent meeting place for Jack Daniel's executives
2 Green-Evans House December 17, 1992
(#92001713)
Old State Route 55 north of Lynchburg
35°18′09″N 86°21′54″W
Lynchburg Built by Townsend P. Green in mid-19th century; contains interior painted by noted regional painter Fred Swanton
3 Jack Daniel Distillery September 14, 1972
(#72001248)
State Route 55
35°17′04″N 86°22′03″W
Lynchburg
4 Ledfords Mill January 10, 1985
(#85000077)
Ledford Mill Rd.
35°24′12″N 86°16′34″W
Lynchburg
5 Lynchburg Historic District July 19, 1996
(#96000771)
Roughly bounded by Majors, Main, Elm, and Wall Sts.
35°16′56″N 86°22′28″W
Lynchburg Contains several dozen buildings in the downtown Lynchburg area
6 Moore County Courthouse and Jail September 26, 1979
(#79002452)
Court Sq.
35°16′55″N 86°22′25″W
Lynchburg Courthouse built in 1885; Old jail (now a museum) located across the street from the courthouse, built in 1893

Morgan County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 R.M. Brooks General Store and Residence April 14, 1992
(#92000364)
Junction of State Route 52 and Brewstertown Rd.
36°21′23″N 84°43′21″W
Rugby Served as a post office for Rugby in the mid-20th century
2 Rugby Colony April 26, 1972
(#72001249)
State Route 52
36°21′40″N 84°42′01″W
Rugby Extends into Scott County
3 Sixteen Tunnel July 10, 2017
(#100001306)
Tunnels through Sunbright Mt. on ATV trail/abandoned RR grade
36°15′36″N 84°39′39″W
Sunbright vicinity
4 Tanner Store July 24, 2017
(#100001369)
201 Court St.
36°06′21″N 84°35′49″W
Wartburg
5 Wartburg Presbyterian Church December 18, 2013
(#13000952)
205 S. Kingston St.
36°06′10″N 84°35′49″W
Wartburg

Obion County

Overton County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Alpine Institute November 15, 2002
(#02001339)
State Route 52
36°23′35″N 85°13′08″W
Alpine Presbyterian mission school that operated between 1821 and 1947; a congregation still meets at the institute's church
2 American Legion Bohannon Post #4 August 7, 2012
(#12000489)
121 S. Church St.
36°22′56″N 85°19′19″W
Livingston 1940s-era quonset hut
3 Officer Farmstead May 2, 2001
(#01000469)
189 Rock Springs Rd.
36°11′16″N 85°16′27″W
Monterey Maps indicate location as "Rock Springs Rd.," but the road's sign says "Rock Springs Church Rd."; part of the Historic Family Farms in Middle Tennessee Multiple Property Submission (MPS)
4 Overton County Courthouse November 13, 1980
(#80003852)
Court Sq.
36°22′58″N 85°19′23″W
Livingston
5 Gov. Albert H. Roberts Law Office February 20, 1975
(#75001773)
114 E. Main St.
35°23′01″N 85°19′18″W
Livingston Relocated a few blocks away to junction of Roberts St. and University Ave.; designed in the Victorian style known as Stick-Eastlake
6 Standing Stone Rustic Park Historic District July 8, 1986
(#86002794)
Standing Stone State Park
36°27′45″N 85°24′42″W
Livingston part of the State Parks in Tennessee Built by the CCC and the WPA, 1934--1942, Thematic Resource (TR)

Perry County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Dr. Richard Calvin Bromley House November 29, 1995
(#95001373)
State Route 13 near its junction with Slink Shoals Rd.
35°28′35″N 87°49′37″W
Flat Woods
2 Cedar Grove Furnace (40PY77) June 19, 1973
(#73001814)
Buckfork Rd., southwest of Linden[15]
35°33′32″N 87°57′40″W
Linden Boundaries increased on September 28, 1988
3 Craig Family Farm May 15, 2006
(#05001219)
1031 N. Fork Rd.
35°40′50″N 87°53′58″W
Linden
4 James Dickson House March 28, 1985
(#85000668)
Lower Lick Creek Rd.
35°41′20″N 87°57′37″W
Linden
5 Hufstedler Gravehouse June 25, 1987
(#87001038)
Hurricane Creek Rd.
35°33′37″N 87°49′01″W
Linden Also known as Pinckney's Tomb
6 Perry County Courthouse March 30, 1995
(#95000339)
Town Square
35°37′01″N 87°50′15″W
Linden

Pickett County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Cordell Hull Birthplace May 5, 1972
(#72001250)
About 2 miles west of Byrdstown
36°34′55″N 85°11′02″W
Byrdstown The birthplace cabin of U.S. Secretary of State Cordell Hull
2 Pickett County Courthouse March 30, 1995
(#95000338)
Town Sq.
36°34′11″N 85°07′44″W
Byrdstown
3 Pickett State Rustic Park Historic District July 8, 1986
(#86002795)
Pickett State Park and Forest
36°33′25″N 84°47′43″W
Jamestown Contains several park structures built by the CCC in the 1930s and 1940s

Polk County

Putnam County

Rhea County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Blythe Ferry January 5, 1983
(#83003055)
North of Birchwood on State Route 60 at the Tennessee River
35°24′51″N 85°00′41″W
Dayton Extends into Meigs County
2 Broyles-Darwin House July 9, 1997
(#97000779)
108 Idaho
35°29′06″N 85°01′10″W
Dayton
3 Hastings-Locke Ferry January 5, 1983
(#83003056)
East of Dayton on State Route 30 at the Tennessee River
35°32′15″N 84°52′41″W
Dayton Extends into Meigs County
4 Hiwassee Garrison Site November 14, 1978
(#78002625)
West bank of the Tennessee River, south of Dayton[16]
35°26′23″N 84°59′13″W
Dayton
5 Rhea County Courthouse November 7, 1972
(#72001251)
Market St. between 2nd and 3rd Aves.
35°29′42″N 85°00′46″W
Dayton
6 Dr. Walter Thomison House September 11, 1997
(#97001140)
656 Market St.
35°29′10″N 85°01′11″W
Dayton
7 Watts Bar Hydroelectric Project August 14, 2017
(#100001474)
6868 State Route 68
35°37′13″N 84°47′04″W
Spring City Extends into Meigs County

Roane County

Robertson County

Rutherford County

Scott County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Barton Chapel July 12, 1984
(#84003679)
U.S. Route 27
36°21′06″N 84°35′19″W
Robbins
2 Black Creek Fire Lookout Tower November 15, 2017
(#100001828)
Black Creek Rd.
36°23′13″N 84°36′39″W
Robbins
3 Louis E. Bryant House May 29, 1975
(#75001776)
2 miles east of Oneida on Bear Creek Rd.
36°32′50″N 84°29′18″W
Oneida
4 First National Bank of Huntsville July 11, 1985
(#85001510)
4 Courthouse Square
36°24′33″N 84°29′27″W
Huntsville
5 Old Scott County Jail April 18, 1974
(#74001927)
Courthouse Sq.
36°24′30″N 84°29′27″W
Huntsville
6 Rugby Colony April 26, 1972
(#72001249)
State Route 52
36°21′40″N 84°42′01″W
Rugby Extends into Morgan County; Scott County section of the district includes Laurel Dale Cemetery.

Former listings

[8] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Huntsville High School July 2, 1987
(#87001119)
February 7, 1996 220 E. Main St.
Huntsville
2 Paint Rock Creek Covered Bridge April 18, 1977
(#77001287)
Unknown SE of Huntsville on Jacksboro Rd.
Huntsville vicinity

Sequatchie County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Douglas Coal and Coke Company Clubhouse November 7, 1996
(#96001317)
512 Mountain View
35°22′38″N 85°23′55″W
Dunlap Built by Douglas Coal and Coke Company for visiting businesspeople
2 Dunlap Coke Ovens July 5, 1985
(#85001489)
Hickory St. and Cordell Rd.
35°22′48″N 85°24′06″W
Dunlap Ruins of early 20th century ovens used to convert coal into coke
3 Dunlap Community Building November 21, 1994
(#94001337)
Southeastern corner of the junction of Cherry and Rankin Sts.
35°22′18″N 85°23′26″W
Dunlap Built by the National Youth Administration, 19381942; currently home to the Sequatchie County Library
4 Hill Road at the Cumberland Plateau August 7, 2005
(#05000801)
West of Fredonia Rd., 1.0 mile northwest of downtown Dunlap
35°23′08″N 85°23′59″W
Dunlap A Trail of Tears site[10]
5 Sequatchie County Courthouse January 20, 1980
(#80003853)
Cherry St.
35°22′17″N 85°23′14″W
Dunlap

Sevier County

Shelby County

Smith County

Stewart County

Sullivan County

Sumner County

Tipton County

Trousdale County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Averitt-Herod House April 12, 1996
(#96000411)
395 Herod Ln.
36°22′28″N 86°09′39″W
Hartsville Originally built in 1832
2 James R. DeBow House November 3, 1988
(#88002381)
State Route 25
36°23′02″N 86°07′16″W
Hartsville Italianate-style house constructed intermittently between 1854 and 1870
3 Hartsville Battlefield October 28, 1998
(#98001247)
Address Restricted
Hartsville
4 Hartsville Depot July 3, 1980
(#80003876)
Broadway
36°23′43″N 86°09′55″W
Hartsville Now houses offices of the Hartsville-Trousdale Co. Chamber of Commerce
5 Hartsville Historic District June 24, 1993
(#93000568)
Roughly bounded by Church, Front, River, Greentop, and Court Sts.
36°23′26″N 86°10′02″W
Hartsville
6 Turney-Hutchins House July 1, 1992
(#92000780)
State Route 25
36°23′31″N 86°09′12″W
Hartsville

Unicoi County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 A.R. Brown House November 8, 2007
(#07001167)
241 S. Main Ave.
36°08′39″N 82°25′06″W
Erwin
2 Clarksville Iron Furnace June 4, 1973
(#73001852)
Southwest of Erwin off State Route 107 in the Cherokee National Forest
36°08′53″N 82°31′40″W
Erwin In Cherokee National Forest
3 Clinchfield Depot June 22, 1993
(#93000530)
Junction of Nolichucky Ave. and Union St.
36°08′43″N 82°25′08″W
Erwin
4 Tilson Farm June 17, 1994
(#94000613)
242 Little Branch Rd.
36°02′13″N 82°31′55″W
Flag Pond

Union County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Booker Farm June 25, 1999
(#99000721)
Corryton-Luttrell Rd.
36°10′11″N 83°46′11″W
Luttrell
2 Hamilton-Lay Store March 15, 2011
(#11000084)
Intersection of Mill Pond Hollow Rd. and Walkers Ford Rd.
36°16′04″N 83°44′24″W
Maynardville
3 Hamilton-Tolliver Complex March 12, 2010
(#10000087)
158 Kettle Hollow Rd.
36°17′19″N 83°45′16″W
Maynardville
4 Maynardville State Bank November 21, 2001
(#01001259)
1001 Main St.
36°14′59″N 83°47′54″W
Maynardville
5 Oak Grove School November 26, 2018
(#100003161)
410 Brantley Rd.
36°21′14″N 83°49′06″W
Sharps Chapel
6 Baite Ousley House March 4, 1975
(#75001794)
15 miles southwest of Tazewell, north of Norris Lake on Big Valley Rd.
36°19′05″N 83°51′15″W
Sharps Chapel Built by Jacob Sharp; also known as the Jacob Sharp House[17]

Van Buren County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Big Bone Cave April 11, 1973
(#73001853)
East of Bone Cave and west of the summit of Tandy Knob[18]
35°46′38″N 85°33′19″W
Bone Cave
2 Crain Hill School and Church March 21, 1985
(#85000622)
Crain Hill Rd.
35°43′02″N 85°35′18″W
Crain Hill Built in 1870
3 Rocky River Crossing and Road November 15, 2006
(#06001038)
Rocky River and a continuation of Pleasant Hill Cemetery Rd.
35°35′33″N 85°31′11″W
Spencer A Trail of Tears site[10]

Warren County

Washington County

Wayne County

[8] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[9] Location City or town Description
1 Collinwood Railroad Station March 24, 1988
(#88000264)
Old railroad bed
35°10′25″N 87°44′21″W
Collinwood Built in 1916; now a library and museum
2 Evans Chapel United Methodist Church July 9, 1999
(#99000757)
Old Clifton Turnpike
35°21′13″N 87°57′19″W
Waynesboro
3 First Presbyterian Church of Clifton March 8, 1988
(#88000172)
Main St.
35°23′05″N 87°59′39″W
Clifton
4 Forty-eight Forge (40WY63) April 11, 1988
(#88000254)
Address Restricted
Waynesboro
5 Marion Furnace (40WY61) April 9, 1988
(#88000252)
Address Restricted
Eagle Creek
6 Old Natchez Trace May 30, 1975
(#75002125)
From the Alabama/Tennessee border to State Route 100 in Davidson County
35°02′54″N 87°48′47″W
Collinwood Extends into Davidson, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, Maury, and Williamson counties
7 Water Street Historic District July 8, 1992
(#92000829)
Water St. (State Route 128) between Polk and Cedar Sts.
35°23′15″N 87°59′33″W
Clifton
8 Waynesboro Cumberland Presbyterian Church October 22, 1987
(#87001877)
High St.
35°19′16″N 87°45′48″W
Waynesboro Congregation founded in 1846; church constructed in 1854

Weakley County

White County

Williamson County

Wilson County

See also

References

  1. Tennessee Historical Commission. "A FUTURE FOR THE PAST: A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION IN TENNESSEE, 2013-2018" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-10-12.
  2. The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  3. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 13, 2019.
  4. "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  5. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
  6. Weekly List Actions, National Register of Historic Places website
  7. The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Blythe Ferry (Meigs and Rhea), Boatyard Historic District (Hawkins and Sullivan), Bolivar-Somerville Stage Road (Fayette and Hardeman), Calderwood Dam (Blount and Monroe), Conway Bridge (Cocke and Greene), John Gordon House (Hickman and Maury), Great Falls Hydroelectric Station (Warren and White), Hastings-Locke Ferry (Meigs and Rhea), Norris Hydroelectric Project (Anderson and Campbell), Old Natchez Trace (Davidson, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, Maury, Wayne, and Williamson), Palmetto Farm (Bedford and Marshall), Petersburg Historic District (Fayette and Lincoln), Rugby Colony (Morgan and Scott), Shelby Bend Archeological District (Hickman and Maury), Davis Bridge Battlefield (Hardeman and McNairy), Boone Hydroelectric Project (Sullivan and Washington), Warner Park Historic Park (Davidson and Williamson), and Watts Bar Hydroelectric Project (Meigs and Rhea).
  8. Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  9. The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  10. "Trail Of Tears National Historic Trail: National Register Research". National Park Service. Retrieved January 22, 2013.
  11. Address based on USPS website. Accessed April 9, 2016.
  12. Location derived from this Harpeth River State Park map; the NRIS lists it as "Address Restricted"
  13. Carolyn Sakowski (2007), Touring the East Tennessee Backroads, John F. Blair, Publisher. ISBN 0-89587-350-8, ISBN 978-0-89587-350-7. Pages 28-29.
  14. "Cedar Grove Furnace (historical)". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
  15. Hiwassee Garrison (historical), GNIS, 1989-10-01.
  16. Trent, Kim (March 27, 2009). "Resurrection in Sharps Chapel". Saving Places. Metro Pulse.com. Archived from the original on June 5, 2009.
  17. Location derived from a notice on USGS topographical maps accessible from this GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
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