Historical Markers in
Knox County, Tennessee

2111 Terrace Avenue 400 Mulvaney Street 79th New York Infantry (Highlanders) Monument A National Cemetery System Address by President Lincoln Admiral David Glasgow Farragut Admiral David Glasgow Farragut Monument Admiral Farragut's Birthplace After the Civil War Airplane Filling Station Albert Milani Alfred Buffat Homeplace Andrew Johnson Office Plaza Archibald Roane Archie Campbell / Chet Atkins Asbury Methodist Church Back Door to Knoxville Ball Camp Battery Wiltsie Battle of Campbell's Station Battle of Campbell's Station Beauford Delaney Beauford Delaney Beauford Delaney / Joseph Delaney Birthplace of Admiral Farragut Bleak House Blount Mansion Buffat Mill Burial Mound Burn Memorial Byington C. Kermit "Buck" Ewing Campbell Station Captain Charles T. McMillan II Catherine Wiley Cavett's Station Central United Methodist Church Charles Christopher Krutch Charles Krutch Charlie Oaks Chisholm Tavern Chisolm's Tavern Civil War Hospital Civil War Knoxville Commemorating the Treaty of Holston Confederate Cemetery Confederate States of America Camp Van Dorn Cormac McCarthy Cowan, McClung and Company Building / Fidelity Building Creation of the Southeastern Conference David Campbell builds a station David Glasgow Farragut David Madden Death of Gen. William P. Sanders Death of General William P. Sanders Desegregation of the University of Tennessee During the Civil War Elvis Presley Fallen Military Heroes of Bearden High Farragut Schools: Early Years Farragut Schools: Recent Years Father Abram J. Ryan First African American Church First Baptist Church First Presbyterian Church Fort Adair Fort Byington Fort Dickerson Fort Dickerson Fort Dickerson Fort Dickerson Fort Dickerson 1863–64 Fort Higley Fort Sanders Fort Sanders Fort Sanders U.D.C. Monument Forts Dickerson and Stanley Fountain City Schools Fountain City United Methodist Church Frances Hodgson Burnett Home Site From Scuffletown to Sunsphere Gay Street Gay Street and the Civil Rights Movement General Clifton Bledsoe Cates George Mann Governor John Sevier Greek Revival Herbert H. Hoover Hubris Building In Grateful Memory to the Defenders of Cavett Blockhouse Indian Mound James Agee James Park House James Rufus Agee James White John Sevier Farmstead Journal Arcade Building Katherine Sherrill Sevier Knox County Spanish American War Monument Knox County World War II Memorial Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville College Knoxville National Cemetery Knoxville: A Divided City Knoxville's Market House Knoxville's Old Custom House / Fiddlin' Bob Taylor Krutch Park Land Grant University Lawson McGhee Library Lebanon in the Fork Lizzie Crozier French 1851-1926 Lloyd Branson Longstreet's Headquarters Loveville Magnolia Avenue History Magnolia Avenue History Magnolia Avenue History Manifold Station Market House Bell Mary Boyle Temple Mary Frances Housley Master Sgt. Roddie Edmonds Mecklenburg Place Medal of Honor 17th Michigan Volunteer Regiment Memorial for Cofounders of Campbell Station Menifee Station Mr. Anderson's Log College Native American Settlement Neyland Stadium Nicholas Gibbs Nicholas Gibbs Homestead Norris Freeway Odd Fellows Cemetery Old Gray Cemetery Old Knox County Courthouse Old Mechanicsville Patrick Sullivan's Saloon Pleasant Forest Church & Cemetery Ramsey House Ramsey House Ramsey House Plantation Riverdale School Robert Birdwell Robert Reynolds Rotary Club of Knoxville Roy Acuff & Hank Williams Ruth Cobb Brice Ruth Cobb Brice Sarah Hawkins Savage Garden Sawyer's Fort Settlement of the Frontier Seven Islands Methodist Church Signing of the Treaty of Holston Site of Blount College Site of First Block House Site of Fort Adair Site of John H. Crozier Home Speedway Circle St. Clair Cobb St. James Hotel St. John's Lutheran Church States View Staub's Theatre Steamboat Times on the French Broad Sultana Monument Sutherland Avenue McGhee Tyson Airport Tennessee Ernie Ford Tennessee Theater The 1863 Siege of Knoxville The Assault Upon Fort Sanders The Baker-Peters-Rogers House The Battle of Campbell Station The Campbell Station Inn The Everly Brothers The Historic Village of Concord The Historic Village of Concord The Knoxville Girl The Midday Merry-Go-Round The Old Cumberland Presbyterian Meeting House The Southern Railway Station The Tennessee Barn Dance The U.S. Veterans Memorial This street is dedicated to the memory of Sergeant Lillard Earl Ailor Town of Farragut & Farragut Folklife Museum Treaty of the Holston Uncle Dave Macon UT RecSports Complex Vinnies Italian Restaurant Wait Field War Dog Memorial War on the Home Front West Wing of Federal Lines White's Mill William E. Peters House William Francis Yardley