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State of Franklin

... 2,000 people living there! (Later this community became known as Knoxville.) This is a good book about the state of Franklin Here are...…

Sellar's Farm

Sellar's Farm

... these statues are now housed at the McClung Museum in Knoxville. Spring Creek in the winter Now, back to the Sellars Farm...…

John Sevier

... of Franklin, and it faded from existence.   John Sevier's grave in Knoxville Then, in 1796, the state of Tennessee was formed. Sevier was...…

David Farragut

... officer. Naturally, he was a Tennessean. Farragut was born in 1801 near Knoxville. When he was a very young boy, his father...…

Anne Dudley

... Dudley is the figure on the right in this statue, in Knoxville's Market Square Anne Dudley didn't receive a lot of public... suffrage leaders) were created and put on display in both Knoxville and Nashville. And in 1917, t…