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Sumner County, Tennessee Points of Interest

Map of Tennessee State Historical Marker Locations in Sumner

Sumner County Historical Markers

Sumner County - General Interest
Alexander Wilson
Big South Tunnel
Bledsoe’s Fort and Monument
Bledsoe’s Lick
Camp Trousdale
Castalian Springs
First Long Hunters
Free Hill Road
Gallatin Commercial Historic District
General Griffith Rutherford ~ 1721-1805
General William Hall
Hazel Path
Hugh Rogan
Kentucky - Tennessee - Sumner County Line
Kentucky - Tennessee, Sumner County Line
Locust Grove
Maple Shade
Morgan and Johnson (August 20, 1862)
Morgan at Gallatin (August 12, 1862)
Parker-Bryson Historic District
Peter Vertrees
Randy’s Record Shop
Rock Castle (2)
Rock Castle
Shackle Island Historic District
Stagecoach Tavern
Tennessee Maneuvers World War II
Tennessee’s First African-American Civil War Volunteers
Trousdale Place
Tyree Springs
Wall Spring
Walnut Grove
Westmoreland Tunnel
William Henderson ~ 1752 - circa 1807
Williamson and Adams Carriage Factory
Ziegler’s Station
Sumner County Churches
Beech Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Durham’s Chapel School
First Presbyterian Church
Gallatin Presbyterian Church
Sumner County Schools
Cairo Rosenwald School
Cold Spring School ~ circa 1857-1933
Howard Schools
Volunteer State Community College
Sumner County Cemeteries
City Cemetery~Mexican War Monument
Sumner County Courthouse
Sumner County Historic Homes, Houses, Cabins, Mansions & Estates
Ashcrest Farm
Bowen-Campbell House
Bridal House
Brown-Chenault House
Daniel Smith Donelson House
James B. Jameson House
King Homestead
Leonard B. Fite House
Mary Felice Ferrell House
The William Bowen House, Circa 1787