National Register of Historic Places listings in Blount County, Tennessee


National Register of Historic Places listings in Blount County, Tennessee
Location of Blount County in Tennessee

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Blount County, Tennessee.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Blount County, Tennessee, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a Google map.[1]

There are 73 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.

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This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 10, 2011.[2]

Current listings

[3] Landmark name [4] Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 John Alexander House
John Alexander House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 714 Hillside Ave.
35°45′15″N 83°57′35″W / 35.754167°N 83.959722°W / 35.754167; -83.959722 (John Alexander House)
Maryville Built in 1906 by Maryville College alumnus John Alexander
2 Alumni Gym
Alumni Gym
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Maryville College campus
35°45′01″N 83°57′55″W / 35.750278°N 83.965278°W / 35.750278; -83.965278 (Alumni Gym)
Maryville Gymnasium built in 1923
3 Anderson Hall
Anderson Hall
01975-02-20February 20, 1975 Maryville College campus
35°45′08″N 83°57′54″W / 35.752222°N 83.965°W / 35.752222; -83.965 (Anderson Hall)
Maryville
4 Peter Bartlett House
Peter Bartlett House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 315 High St.
35°45′20″N 83°58′02″W / 35.755556°N 83.967222°W / 35.755556; -83.967222 (Peter Bartlett House)
Maryville
5 Bethlehem Methodist Church
Bethlehem Methodist Church
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Bethlehem Rd., 0.5 miles south of Ellejoy Rd.
35°47′17″N 83°48′43″W / 35.788056°N 83.811944°W / 35.788056; -83.811944 (Bethlehem Methodist Church)
Wildwood
6 Brick Mill Site 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Brick Mill Rd.
35°39′30″N 84°06′21″W / 35.658333°N 84.105833°W / 35.658333; -84.105833 (Brick Mill Site)
Maryville
7 Peter Brickey House
Peter Brickey House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Wears Valley Rd., 0.1 miles west of Bonner Hollow Rd.
35°41′25″N 83°42′33″W / 35.690278°N 83.709167°W / 35.690278; -83.709167 (Peter Brickey House)
Townsend
8 Cades Cove Historic District
Cades Cove Historic District
01977-07-13July 13, 1977 10 miles southwest of Townsend in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
35°35′13″N 83°48′54″W / 35.586944°N 83.815°W / 35.586944; -83.815 (Cades Cove Historic District)
Townsend
9 Calderwood Dam
Calderwood Dam
01989-08-21August 21, 1989 Little Tennessee River at the end of Calderwood Rd.
35°29′32″N 83°58′58″W / 35.492222°N 83.982778°W / 35.492222; -83.982778 (Calderwood Dam)
Calderwood Extends into Monroe County. The dam was listed in 1989; boundaries were increased on 01990-07-03 July 3, 1990 to include the powerhouse, valve house, tunnels, and penstocks.
10 Calderwood Hydroelectric Development
Calderwood Hydroelectric Development
02004-05-24May 24, 2004 314 Growdon Boulevard
35°29′56″N 83°59′15″W / 35.498889°N 83.9875°W / 35.498889; -83.9875 (Calderwood Hydroelectric Development)
Calderwood This is a supplementary listing to the Calderwood Dam entry that added the complex's gatehouse, gantry cranes, surge tank, chlorination building, and service building, as well as a theater and school once used by the old Calderwood community.
11 Chilhowee Hydroelectric Development
Chilhowee Hydroelectric Development
02004-05-27May 27, 2004 6102 State Route 129
35°32′45″N 84°03′00″W / 35.545833°N 84.05°W / 35.545833; -84.05 (Chilhowee Hydroelectric Development)
Tallassee
12 Langston Clark Barn
Langston Clark Barn
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Sixmile Rd., 0.4 miles east of Knob Creek Rd.
35°38′15″N 84°00′04″W / 35.6375°N 84.001111°W / 35.6375; -84.001111 (Langston Clark Barn)
Maryville
13 Clover Hill Mill
Clover Hill Mill
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Junction of Mill Rd. and Clover Hill Rd.
35°42′15″N 84°03′01″W / 35.704167°N 84.050278°W / 35.704167; -84.050278 (Clover Hill Mill)
Maryville
14 Cloyd's Creek Presbyterian Church
Cloyd's Creek Presbyterian Church
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Junction of Buzzard's Roost Rd. and Kirk Rd.
35°41′52″N 84°09′37″W / 35.697778°N 84.160278°W / 35.697778; -84.160278 (Cloyd's Creek Presbyterian Church)
Friendsville The church was established in 1871, and the current building was completed the following year
15 Mary Cochrane Barn 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Binfield Rd., 0.2 miles north of Clover Hill Rd.
35°41′51″N 84°03′53″W / 35.6975°N 84.064722°W / 35.6975; -84.064722 (Mary Cochrane Barn)
Maryville
16 John J. Craig Quarry Historic District
John J. Craig Quarry Historic District
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Marmor Rd., 0.5 miles south of Miser Station Rd.
35°46′25″N 84°06′33″W / 35.773611°N 84.109167°W / 35.773611; -84.109167 (John J. Craig Quarry Historic District)
Friendsville Early-20th century Tennessee pink marble quarry
17 Gideon Crawford House
Gideon Crawford House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Maryville College campus
35°45′04″N 83°57′41″W / 35.751111°N 83.961389°W / 35.751111; -83.961389 (Gideon Crawford House)
Maryville
18 James R. Davis House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Junction of River Rd. and Davis Ford Rd.
35°46′19″N 83°51′01″W / 35.771944°N 83.850278°W / 35.771944; -83.850278 (James R. Davis House)
Walland
19 Federal Building
Federal Building
01989-08-31August 31, 1989 201 E. Broadway
35°45′24″N 83°58′15″W / 35.756667°N 83.970833°W / 35.756667; -83.970833 (Federal Building)
Maryville Post office and federal building constructed under the supervision of James A. Wetmore
20 A.J. Fisher House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Old Walland Highway
35°43′48″N 83°48′50″W / 35.73°N 83.813889°W / 35.73; -83.813889 (A.J. Fisher House)
Walland
21 Samuel Frazier House
Samuel Frazier House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Junction of Marble Hill Rd. and Big Springs Rd.
35°44′24″N 84°06′59″W / 35.74°N 84.116389°W / 35.74; -84.116389 (Samuel Frazier House)
Friendsville Late-18th century house built of locally-quarried dark marble
22 Friends Church 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 314 W. Broadway
35°45′11″N 83°58′25″W / 35.753056°N 83.973611°W / 35.753056; -83.973611 (Friends Church)
Maryville
23 Samuel George House
Samuel George House
01982-01-27January 27, 1982 Northeast of Louisville on Topside Rd.
35°50′29″N 84°00′07″W / 35.841389°N 84.001944°W / 35.841389; -84.001944 (Samuel George House)
Louisville Brick house built in the early 1800s
24 James Gillespie House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Lowes Ferry Rd., 1 mile north of Louisville
35°50′30″N 84°05′14″W / 35.841667°N 84.087222°W / 35.841667; -84.087222 (James Gillespie House)
Louisville
25 John Hackney House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Front and Main Sts.
35°45′26″N 84°07′54″W / 35.757222°N 84.131667°W / 35.757222; -84.131667 (John Hackney House)
Friendsville
26 John Hackney Mill Site 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Main St. near Front St.
35°45′26″N 84°07′54″W / 35.757222°N 84.131667°W / 35.757222; -84.131667 (John Hackney Mill Site)
Friendsville
27 Alexander Hamil House
Alexander Hamil House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Morganton Rd., 0.5 miles east of Clover Hill Rd.
35°42′45″N 84°04′03″W / 35.7125°N 84.0675°W / 35.7125; -84.0675 (Alexander Hamil House)
Maryville Brick "I" section built in the 1830s; frame front section built c. 1885
28 Happy Valley School 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Happy Valley Rd.
35°36′35″N 83°57′22″W / 35.609722°N 83.956111°W / 35.609722; -83.956111 (Happy Valley School)
Maryville
29 Harper Memorial Library
Harper Memorial Library
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 300 E. Church St.
35°45′24″N 83°58′10″W / 35.756667°N 83.969444°W / 35.756667; -83.969444 (Harper Memorial Library)
Maryville
30 William Henderson House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Louisville Rd., 0.75 miles south of Lowes Ferry Rd.
35°49′26″N 84°05′41″W / 35.823889°N 84.094722°W / 35.823889; -84.094722 (William Henderson House)
Louisville
31 Henry House
Henry House
01974-11-01November 1, 1974 Southwest of Binfield on Henry Lane
35°40′15″N 84°6′25″W / 35.67083°N 84.10694°W / 35.67083; -84.10694 (Henry House)
Boundary increase (listed July 6, 2011): Henry Farm, 305 Henry Ln., Brick Mill vicinity
Binfield Farmhouse on the farm founded by Samuel Henry, Revolutionary War quartermaster who arrived in Blount County as early as 1792, built a fort called Henry’s Station, and established a farm on his land grant. The substantial farmhouse was built in 1833 by Samuel's son James and his wife, Narcissa Howard, reportedly using brick made by slaves from red clay excavated on the farm property.[5]
32 John Hitch House 01993-04-16April 16, 1993 Lee Lambert Rd., 0.5 miles south of Old Walland Highway
35°45′04″N 83°52′55″W / 35.751111°N 83.881944°W / 35.751111; -83.881944 (John Hitch House)
Maryville
33 Pete Hood House
Pete Hood House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 827 W. Broadway
35°44′55″N 83°58′50″W / 35.748611°N 83.980556°W / 35.748611; -83.980556 (Pete Hood House)
Maryville Residence of early ALCOA executive Benton Glascock and his descendants
34 Indiana Avenue Historic District
Indiana Avenue Historic District
01989-08-21August 21, 1989 Roughly bounded by Goddard St., Court St., Indiana Ave., and Cates St.
35°45′00″N 83°58′07″W / 35.75°N 83.968611°W / 35.75; -83.968611 (Indiana Avenue Historic District)
Maryville Now called the College Hill Historic District; includes several dozen houses built circa 1880–1940
35 David Jones House
David Jones House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 404 High St.
35°45′21″N 83°57′56″W / 35.755833°N 83.965556°W / 35.755833; -83.965556 (David Jones House)
Maryville
36 David Jones House 01982-08-26August 26, 1982 720 Tuckaleechee Pike
35°45′19″N 83°57′42″W / 35.755278°N 83.961667°W / 35.755278; -83.961667 (David Jones House)
Maryville
37 Macklin Kerr House
Macklin Kerr House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Big Gully Rd., 0.3 miles north of Kyker Rd.
35°36′19″N 84°07′26″W / 35.605278°N 84.123889°W / 35.605278; -84.123889 (Macklin Kerr House)
Maryville Built circa 1847; briefly houses Union soldiers during the Civil War
38 Hezekiah Kizer House
Hezekiah Kizer House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 0.5 miles south of the junction of Marble Hill Rd. and Dunlap Hollow Rd.
35°42′49″N 84°09′07″W / 35.713611°N 84.151944°W / 35.713611; -84.151944 (Hezekiah Kizer House)
Maryville
39 Louisville Historic District 01974-12-23December 23, 1974 Between railroad tracks and the Tennessee River
35°49′23″N 84°03′01″W / 35.823056°N 84.050278°W / 35.823056; -84.050278 (Louisville Historic District)
Louisville
40 James Martin House
James Martin House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Martin Rd., 1 mile east of E. Millers Cove Rd.
35°43′47″N 83°47′46″W / 35.729722°N 83.796111°W / 35.729722; -83.796111 (James Martin House)
Walland
41 John Martin Mill 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Mill Rd., 0.3 miles south of W. Millers Cove Rd.
35°42′33″N 83°49′24″W / 35.709167°N 83.823333°W / 35.709167; -83.823333 (John Martin Mill)
Walland
42 Warner Martin House
Warner Martin House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Central Point Rd. at Old Nails Creek
35°49′19″N 83°52′46″W / 35.821944°N 83.879444°W / 35.821944; -83.879444 (Warner Martin House)
Rockford Circa-1790s frame house
43 Maryville College Historic District
Maryville College Historic District
01982-09-09September 9, 1982 Washington St.
35°45′07″N 83°57′51″W / 35.751944°N 83.964167°W / 35.751944; -83.964167 (Maryville College Historic District)
Maryville Includes Willard House (1891), Bartlett Hall (1901), Fayerweather Science Hall (1898), Carnegie Hall (1917), Thaw Hall (1923), and several others
44 James McCampbell Barn 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Old Cades Cove Rd., 0.1 miles south of Dry Valley Rd.
35°39′55″N 83°47′21″W / 35.665278°N 83.789167°W / 35.665278; -83.789167 (James McCampbell Barn)
Townsend
45 Minnis McCampbell Barn 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Old Cades Cove Rd., 0.1 miles south of Dry Valley Rd.
35°39′54″N 83°47′14″W / 35.665°N 83.787222°W / 35.665; -83.787222 (Minnis McCampbell Barn)
Townsend
46 John McConnell House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 McConnell Rd., 0.5 miles west of Maple Lane Rd.
35°41′27″N 84°08′24″W / 35.690833°N 84.14°W / 35.690833; -84.14 (John McConnell House)
Maryville
47 Thomas McCullock House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Junction of Martin Mill Pike and State Route 33
35°49′21″N 83°56′17″W / 35.8225°N 83.938056°W / 35.8225; -83.938056 (Thomas McCullock House)
Rockford
48 McNutt-Howard House
McNutt-Howard House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 825 W. Broadway Ave.
35°44′59″N 83°58′49″W / 35.749722°N 83.980278°W / 35.749722; -83.980278 (McNutt-Howard House)
Maryville
49 McNutt-McReynolds House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 803 W. Broadway Ave.
35°45′00″N 83°58′47″W / 35.75°N 83.979722°W / 35.75; -83.979722 (McNutt-McReynolds House)
Maryville
50 Miser Station Store 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Junction of Union Grove Rd. and Chestnut Hill Rd.
35°46′41″N 84°05′29″W / 35.778056°N 84.091389°W / 35.778056; -84.091389 (Miser Station Store)
Friendsville
51 Morningside 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Maryville College campus
35°44′45″N 83°57′37″W / 35.745833°N 83.960278°W / 35.745833; -83.960278 (Morningside)
Maryville
52 Samuel A. Patton Building
Samuel A. Patton Building
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 114 E. Broadway Ave.
35°45′23″N 83°58′15″W / 35.756389°N 83.970833°W / 35.756389; -83.970833 (Samuel A. Patton Building)
Maryville Late-19th century commercial building that once housed a jewelry store; now a bar known as "The Sandwich Shop"
53 Peery Mill Site 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Old Walland Highway, 0.1 miles north of Cold Springs Rd.
35°44′58″N 83°50′07″W / 35.749444°N 83.835278°W / 35.749444; -83.835278 (Peery Mill Site)
Walland
54 People's Bank of Friendsville 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 College St.
35°45′36″N 84°08′02″W / 35.76°N 84.133889°W / 35.76; -84.133889 (People's Bank of Friendsville)
Friendsville
55 Pistol Creek Dam and Mill Race
Pistol Creek Dam and Mill Race
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Pistol Creek between Church Ave. and Ellis St.
35°45′07″N 83°58′01″W / 35.751944°N 83.966944°W / 35.751944; -83.966944 (Pistol Creek Dam and Mill Race)
Maryville Ruins of the Pistol Creek Mill, located just off the greenway at Greenbelt Park
56 Stephen Porter House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Martin Mill Pike, 0.2 miles west of Glover Rd.
35°49′20″N 83°54′15″W / 35.822222°N 83.904167°W / 35.822222; -83.904167 (Stephen Porter House)
Rockford
57 John M. Rorex House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Junction of Brick Mill Rd. and Old Niles Ferry Rd.
35°39′30″N 84°06′18″W / 35.658333°N 84.105°W / 35.658333; -84.105 (John M. Rorex House)
Maryville
58 Russell-Lackey-Prater House 01989-11-20November 20, 1989 Prater Rd. off Old Lowes Ferry Rd. at Poland Creek
35°50′04″N 84°06′32″W / 35.834444°N 84.108889°W / 35.834444; -84.108889 (Russell-Lackey-Prater House)
Louisville
59 Sam Houston Schoolhouse
Sam Houston Schoolhouse
01972-06-13June 13, 1972 Northeast of Maryville on State Route 8
35°48′07″N 83°54′16″W / 35.801944°N 83.904444°W / 35.801944; -83.904444 (Sam Houston Schoolhouse)
Maryville
60 Shaddon Mill Site 01989-08-21August 21, 1989 Ninemile Creek at junction of Big Elm and Trigonia Rds.
35°36′21″N 84°10′21″W / 35.605833°N 84.1725°W / 35.605833; -84.1725 (Shaddon Mill Site)
Maryville
61 John F. Shea House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Old Walland Highway
35°40′37″N 83°45′20″W / 35.676944°N 83.755556°W / 35.676944; -83.755556 (John F. Shea House)
Townsend
62 Southern Railroad Bridge
Southern Railroad Bridge
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Southern Railroad right-of-way over the Little River
35°50′52″N 83°56′45″W / 35.847778°N 83.945833°W / 35.847778; -83.945833 (Southern Railroad Bridge)
Rockford Truss bridge built in 1930 by the Edgemoor Bridge Works
63 Southern Railroad Freight Depot
Southern Railroad Freight Depot
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Southern Railroad right-of-way between Sevierville Rd. and Washington Ave.
35°45′30″N 83°57′53″W / 35.758333°N 83.964722°W / 35.758333; -83.964722 (Southern Railroad Freight Depot)
Maryville
64 Dr. William P. Stevenson House
Dr. William P. Stevenson House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Maryville College campus
35°44′45″N 83°57′21″W / 35.745833°N 83.955833°W / 35.745833; -83.955833 (Dr. William P. Stevenson House)
Maryville Now called the "House in the Woods"
65 Thompson-Brown House
Thompson-Brown House
01978-11-02November 2, 1978 1005 Tuckleechee Pike
35°45′16″N 83°57′22″W / 35.754444°N 83.956111°W / 35.754444; -83.956111 (Thompson-Brown House)
Maryville
66 Carl Trundle Barn 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Junction of U.S. Route 411 and Wildwood Rd.
35°48′01″N 83°51′30″W / 35.800278°N 83.858333°W / 35.800278; -83.858333 (Carl Trundle Barn)
Wildwood
67 Tobler Vineyard House 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Hollybrook Rd., 1 mile north of Martin Mill Pike
35°49′59″N 83°54′20″W / 35.833056°N 83.905556°W / 35.833056; -83.905556 (Tobler Vineyard House)
Rockford
68 Walland Bridge 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Old Walland Rd. over the Little River
35°43′46″N 83°48′58″W / 35.729444°N 83.816111°W / 35.729444; -83.816111 (Walland Bridge)
Walland
69 Walland Power Plant 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Old Walland Highway, 0.75 miles north of Walland
35°44′11″N 83°49′23″W / 35.736389°N 83.823056°W / 35.736389; -83.823056 (Walland Power Plant)
Walland
70 Marcus Warren House
Marcus Warren House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Miser Station Rd., 0.2 miles south of Middle Settlement Rd.
35°47′44″N 84°03′26″W / 35.795556°N 84.057222°W / 35.795556; -84.057222 (Marcus Warren House)
Louisville Built late-19th century; the Warren Farm is now a Tennessee Century Farm
71 White's Mill 01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Old White's Mill Rd.
35°44′03″N 83°53′02″W / 35.734167°N 83.883889°W / 35.734167; -83.883889 (White's Mill)
Maryville
72 Willard-Clark House
Willard-Clark House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 1125 Broadway
35°44′42″N 83°59′04″W / 35.745°N 83.984444°W / 35.745; -83.984444 (Willard-Clark House)
Maryville Built in the early 1900s, designed by Charles H. Young
73 Isaac Yearout House
Isaac Yearout House
01989-07-25July 25, 1989 Big Springs Rd., 0.3 miles north of Morganton Rd.
35°44′59″N 84°00′25″W / 35.749722°N 84.006944°W / 35.749722; -84.006944 (Isaac Yearout House)
Alcoa


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References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by Google maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 10, 2011.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. . http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreg/docs/All_Data.html. 
  5. ^ Blount County Farm Joins State's Century Farms Program, Office of News and Public Affairs, Middle Tennessee State University, press release, September 22, 2009

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