Historical Markers in
Montgomery County, Tennessee

1808 1878 1928 1971 1999 2017 A Mighty Wind... Community Unites To Rebuild Archwood Arlington Hotel Asahel Huntington Patch / Patch Foundry Austin Peay Austin Peay State University Bailey Cobb Elementary School Battle of Riggins Hill Bethel Meeting House Blaze Consumes 15 Acres ... Downtown & Courthouse Destroyed Bringing the War to Clarksville Building Fort Sevier (Defiance) Burt High School Burt Home Infirmary Camp Boone Catholic Church and Rectory Cave Johnson Charlie Cushman Clarence Cameron White Clarksville Federal Building Clarksville Federal Building/Post Office/Customs House Clarksville in the Civil War Country Woman's Club Disaster Strikes Again ... Courthouse Rises from Ashes Dog Hill Drane-Foust House Emerald Hill First Court House First Courthouse Established ... Tennessee Awaits Statehood Fort Defiance Fort Defiance Fort Defiance Interpretive Center Forts Versus Ironclads Frank Spencer Sutton Freedmen School and Church Freedmen's Camp and the USCT Freedom Light Grand Judicial Building Constructed ... Citizens Celebrate Horace H. Lurton In Memory of Colonel Valentine Sevier John Montgomery Statue Joseph Buckner Killebrew (1831-1906) Kennedy & Glenn's Bank Legion Street Life as a Garrisoned Union Soldier Madison Street Methodist Church Montgomery County Courthouse Montgomery County Soldiers And Sailors World War I Monument Mrs. Josiah Morrison / Nancy Wells Nature's Fury / Fire & Wind — A Terrible Threat & a Frightful Force Nora Old Post House Palmyra Furnace Pioneer Newspaper Recapture of Clarksville Reuben Ross Riverview Cemetery Robert Loftin Newman Sevier Station Site of Montgomery County College Smith-Trahern Mansion St. John Missionary Baptist Church St. Peter African Methodist Church Steve Enloe Wylie Streight's Raid Surrender of Clarksville The John T. Cunningham Memorial Bridge Tobacco Trade and the Rivers Town of Cumberland Town Population Increases ... Move Deemed Necessary Town Spring Trice's Landing Trinity Episcopal Church Valentine Sevier Station Valentine Sevier, Memorial Whitfield, Bradley & Co. Willie Blount Wilma Glodean Rudolph