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Warren County, Tennessee Points of Interest

Map of Tennessee State Historical Marker Locations in Warren

Warren County Historical Markers

Warren County - General Interest
Anthia Brady Hughes ~ 1868-1949 ~ Willie Hughes ~ 1895-1986
Camp Smartt
Carl T. Rowan ~ 1925-2000
Charles Faulkner Bryan - 1911~1955
Early Industries
Forrest’s Bivouac ~ July 11, 1862
Forrest’s Murfreesboro Raid ~ July 11, 1862
Great Falls Cotton Mill
Higgenbotham’s Cave
Joseph Terry
Kentucky-Alabama Road (2)
Kentucky-Alabama Road
Lucy Virginia Smith French
McMinnville Hydroelectric Station
Morgan’s Headquarters
Rodgers’ Tavern
Skirmish at Guest Hollow ~ August 29, 1862 (2)
Spring Street Service Station
The Old Kentucky Road
U.S. Post Office-Main
Uncle Dave Macon (1870-1952)
W. S. Dad Lively (1855 - 1944)
Warren - White County Line
Warren County’s Nursery Industry
Warren County Churches
First Methodist Church
First Presbyterian Church
Philadelphia Church of Christ
Warren County Schools
Warren County Cemeteries
City Cemetery
Warren County Courthouse
Warren County Historic Homes, Houses, Cabins, Mansions & Estates
Black House
Clay Faulkner House
Edgar Walling House
Joseph Daniel Walling House
Martin-Miller Farm
My Grandfather’s House
Northcutt Plantation
Stone-Pennebaker House
William H. and Edgar Magness Community House and Library