Historical Markers in Franklin County, Tennessee
Allan Gipson Army of Tennessee Bank of Winchester Built 1870s Built 1880s Built 1885 Built 1889 Built 1889 Built 1889 Built 1890 Built 1890s Built 1890s Built 1891 Built 1893 Built 1894 Built 1896 Built 1898 Built 1899 Built 1899 Built 1900 Built 1900 Built 1902 Built 1902 Built 1903 Built 1904 Built 1906 Built 1911 Built 1912 Built 1914 Built 1916 Built 1916 Built 1920 Built 1920 Built 1920s Built 1923 Built 1924 Built 1926 Built 1930 Built 1934 Built 1934 Built 1935 Built 1935 Built 1937 Built 1947 Built 1950 Built 1958 Built 1959 Built 1963 Camp Harris Captain Samuel Handly Carrick Academy Colonel James Lewis Cowan Railroad Museum Cowan, Tennessee Desegregation of Franklin County Public Schools Did You Know? Did You Know? Did You Know? / Franklin County Courthouse Did You Know? / Knies Blacksmith Shop / Home Bank & Trust Company Edmund Kirby Smith Falls Mill First United Church, U.C.C. Goshen Cumberland Presbyterian Church Hunter's Grocery Huntland Veterans Memorial In Memory of Our Franklin County War Dead Isham G. Harris James Winchester Jesse Bean John Ruch Mary Sharp College Mary Sharp College Passing Through Cowan Peter Turney Polly Finlay Crockett Rebel's Rest Saints Rest Secession The Blind Knight The Franklin County Confederate Memorial Cemetery Trinity Episcopal Church Tullahoma Campaign Tullahoma Campaign University of the South Winchester's Civil War Sites "Kentuck"