Historical Markers in
Blount County, Tennessee

Alcoa's First Fire Hall Alleghany Springs An Early Mountain Community Babcock Lumber & Land Company and the Vose Community Baker's Creek Church Bartlett's Station Bassel School Blount County Revolutionary War Memorial Blount County War Dead Memorial Campbell Family Massacre Charles M. Hall School Chilhowee Civilian Conservation Corps Cloyd's Creek Presbyterian Church Craig Fort - 1785 Early Alcoa High School Athletics Eusebia Church Freedman's Institute Friendsville Friendsville Marble Industry Monument Gamble's Station General Sam Houston General Sam Houston Houston's Station Hultquist and Chandler Homes Hunt Field Incorporation of the City of Alcoa Initial Plant & Town Site Construction / The Mule Barn James Gillespy's Fort John Craig's Fort John Mitchel Knox County / Blount County Louis Philippe's Visit Maryville College Maryville During the Civil War Maryville Polytechnic School McTeer's Fort Millennium Manor Montvale Springs Near the Site of Henry Fort New Providence Church Nicely's Grocery Store On this site August 17, 1915 Porter Academy Pride Mansion Relief of Knoxville Sam Houston American Giant Homesite Sam Houston Schoolhouse Sam Houston Statue Samuel Henry's Station Site of Fort Gamble Springbrook Park Springbrook Pool Springbrook School The Bethlehem Methodist Church The Black Sulfur Spring The Commercial Building The Duck Pond and Lily Pond The Glascock House The Hall Community The Little River Lumber Company The Marcus Warren House The Underground Railroad Tuckaleechee Villages Where Houston Enlisted William Bennett Scott, Sr. “Battle of the Bulge” World War II Veterans of Blount County