National Register of Historic Places listings in Sevier County, Tennessee


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

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

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Sevier 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 34 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 Riley H. Andes House 01980-07-08July 8, 1980 Douglas Dam Rd.
35°53′01″N 83°34′18″W / 35.883611°N 83.571667°W / 35.883611; -83.571667 (Riley H. Andes House)
Sevierville
2 Mayna Treanor Avent Studio
Mayna Treanor Avent Studio
01994-02-07February 7, 1994 Jake's Creek Trail, 1.0 mile south of Elkton
35°38′21″N 83°35′15″W / 35.639167°N 83.5875°W / 35.639167; -83.5875 (Mayna Treanor Avent Studio)
Elkmont
3 Brabson's Ferry Plantation
Brabson's Ferry Plantation
01975-06-25June 25, 1975 Northwest of Sevierville off Sevierville Pike in the area of Boyd's Creek
35°55′45″N 83°39′03″W / 35.929167°N 83.650833°W / 35.929167; -83.650833 (Brabson's Ferry Plantation)
Sevierville
4 Buckingham House
Buckingham House
01971-03-18March 18, 1971 West of Sevierville on Sevierville Pike
35°54′58″N 83°37′56″W / 35.916111°N 83.632222°W / 35.916111; -83.632222 (Buckingham House)
Sevierville
5 Alex Cole Cabin
Alex Cole Cabin
01976-01-02January 2, 1976 5 miles south of Gatlinburg off U.S. Route 441 in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
35°39′59″N 83°31′22″W / 35.666389°N 83.522778°W / 35.666389; -83.522778 (Alex Cole Cabin)
Gatlinburg
6 Elkmont Historic District, Great Smoky Mountains NP
Elkmont Historic District, Great Smoky Mountains NP
01994-03-22March 22, 1994 Off State Route 72 southwest of Gatlinburg
35°39′20″N 83°35′04″W / 35.655556°N 83.584444°W / 35.655556; -83.584444 (Elkmont Historic District, Great Smoky Mountains NP)
Gatlinburg
7 First Methodist Church, Gatlinburg 02007-07-03July 3, 2007 742 Parkway
35°42′41″N 83°31′02″W / 35.711389°N 83.517222°W / 35.711389; -83.517222 (First Methodist Church, Gatlinburg)
Gatlinburg
8 Harrisburg Covered Bridge
Harrisburg Covered Bridge
01975-06-10June 10, 1975 South of Harrisburg off U.S. Route 411 over East Fork of the Little Pigeon River
35°51′39″N 83°28′58″W / 35.860833°N 83.482778°W / 35.860833; -83.482778 (Harrisburg Covered Bridge)
Harrisburg
9 Headrick's Chapel
Headrick's Chapel
02001-07-19July 19, 2001 Wears Valley Rd.
35°41′58″N 89°40′47″W / 35.699444°N 89.679722°W / 35.699444; -89.679722 (Headrick's Chapel)
Harchertown
10 Keener-Johnson Farm 01999-03-18March 18, 1999 1112 Boyd's Creek Highway
35°53′44″N 89°44′11″W / 35.895556°N 89.736389°W / 35.895556; -89.736389 (Keener-Johnson Farm)
Seymour
11 King-Walker Place
King-Walker Place
01976-03-16March 16, 1976 West of Gatlinburg off State Route 73 in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
35°41′39″N 83°37′45″W / 35.694167°N 83.629167°W / 35.694167; -83.629167 (King-Walker Place)
Gatlinburg
12 Little Greenbrier School-Church
Little Greenbrier School-Church
01976-01-11January 11, 1976 About 9 miles west of Gatlinburg off State Route 73 in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
35°41′01″N 83°38′17″W / 35.683611°N 83.638056°W / 35.683611; -83.638056 (Little Greenbrier School-Church)
Gatlinburg
13 Tyson McCarter Place
Tyson McCarter Place
01976-03-16March 16, 1976 10 miles east of Gatlinburg on State Route 73 in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
35°46′N 83°18′W / 35.76°N 83.3°W / 35.76; -83.3 (Tyson McCarter Place)
Gatlinburg
14 Messer Barn
Messer Barn
01976-01-01January 1, 1976 Southeast of Gatlinburg near Greenbrier Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
35°41′13″N 83°23′54″W / 35.686944°N 83.398333°W / 35.686944; -83.398333 (Messer Barn)
Gatlinburg
15 New Salem Baptist Church
New Salem Baptist Church
02003-07-24July 24, 2003 601 Eastgate Rd.
35°51′32″N 83°33′14″W / 35.858889°N 83.553889°W / 35.858889; -83.553889 (New Salem Baptist Church)
Sevierville Built in 1886 by African-American brick mason Isaac Dockery
16 Bud Ogle Farm
Bud Ogle Farm
01977-11-23November 23, 1977 3 miles southeast of Gatlinburg
35°40′50″N 83°29′28″W / 35.680556°N 83.491111°W / 35.680556; -83.491111 (Bud Ogle Farm)
Gatlinburg
17 John Ownby Cabin
John Ownby Cabin
01976-01-01January 1, 1976 3 miles south of Gatlinburg off State Route 73 in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
35°41′22″N 83°32′50″W / 35.689444°N 83.547222°W / 35.689444; -83.547222 (John Ownby Cabin)
Gatlinburg
18 Perry's Camp 01992-10-30October 30, 1992 101 Flat Branch Rd.
35°43′31″N 83°31′40″W / 35.725278°N 83.527778°W / 35.725278; -83.527778 (Perry's Camp)
Gatlinburg
19 Pigeon Forge Mill
Pigeon Forge Mill
01975-06-10June 10, 1975 Off U.S. Route 441
35°47′18″N 83°33′15″W / 35.788333°N 83.554167°W / 35.788333; -83.554167 (Pigeon Forge Mill)
Pigeon Forge
20 Pittman Community Center Home Economics Building
Pittman Community Center Home Economics Building
01996-11-29November 29, 1996 2839 Webb Creek Rd.
35°45′30″N 83°23′44″W / 35.758333°N 83.395556°W / 35.758333; -83.395556 (Pittman Community Center Home Economics Building)
Pittman Center
21 Roaring Fork Historic District
Roaring Fork Historic District
01976-03-16March 16, 1976 5 miles southeast of Gatlinburg off State Route 73 in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
35°41′54″N 83°28′04″W / 35.698333°N 83.467778°W / 35.698333; -83.467778 (Roaring Fork Historic District)
Gatlinburg
22 Rose Glen
Rose Glen
01975-07-18July 18, 1975 4 miles east of Sevierville on the Newport Highway
35°51′34″N 83°29′58″W / 35.859444°N 83.499444°W / 35.859444; -83.499444 (Rose Glen)
Sevierville
23 Settlement School Community Outreach Historic District
Settlement School Community Outreach Historic District
02007-07-11July 11, 2007 556 Parkway
35°42′46″N 83°30′45″W / 35.712778°N 83.5125°W / 35.712778; -83.5125 (Settlement School Community Outreach Historic District)
Gatlinburg Comprises publicly accessible parts of the campus of the settlement school established by Pi Beta Phi that now houses the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.[5]
24 Settlement School Dormitories and Dwellings Historic District
Settlement School Dormitories and Dwellings Historic District
02007-03-20March 20, 2007 556 Parkway
35°42′45″N 83°30′37″W / 35.7125°N 83.510278°W / 35.7125; -83.510278 (Settlement School Dormitories and Dwellings Historic District)
Gatlinburg Comprises residential portions of the campus of the settlement school established by Pi Beta Phi that now houses the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.[6]
25 Sevier County Courthouse
Sevier County Courthouse
01971-03-24March 24, 1971 Court Ave.
35°52′04″N 83°33′58″W / 35.867778°N 83.566111°W / 35.867778; -83.566111 (Sevier County Courthouse)
Sevierville
26 Sevierville Commercial Historic District
Sevierville Commercial Historic District
01986-10-23October 23, 1986 Sections of Bruce St., Court Ave., and Commerce St.
35°52′05″N 83°33′57″W / 35.868056°N 83.565833°W / 35.868056; -83.565833 (Sevierville Commercial Historic District)
Sevierville
27 Sevierville Masonic Lodge 01980-02-07February 7, 1980 119 Main St.
35°52′06″N 83°33′50″W / 35.868333°N 83.563889°W / 35.868333; -83.563889 (Sevierville Masonic Lodge)
Sevierville
28 Thomas Addition Historic District 01994-03-17March 17, 1994 Roughly bounded by Park Rd., Belle Ave., Cedar St., Grace Ave., and Prince St.
35°51′49″N 85°33′37″W / 35.863611°N 85.560278°W / 35.863611; -85.560278 (Thomas Addition Historic District)
Sevierville
29 Trotter-McMahan House 01975-10-10October 10, 1975 South of Sevierville on Middle Creek Rd.; also 1605 Middle Creek Rd.
35°49′49″N 83°32′22″W / 35.830278°N 83.539444°W / 35.830278; -83.539444 (Trotter-McMahan House)
Sevierville 1605 Middle Creek represents a boundary increase of 00011-09 September 11
30 US Post Office-Sevierville 01997-03-14March 14, 1997 167 Bruce St.
35°52′01″N 83°33′51″W / 35.866944°N 83.564167°W / 35.866944; -83.564167 (US Post Office-Sevierville)
Sevierville
31 Dwight and Kate Wade House
Dwight and Kate Wade House
01997-12-15December 15, 1997 114 Joy St.
35°51′59″N 83°33′55″W / 35.866389°N 83.565278°W / 35.866389; -83.565278 (Dwight and Kate Wade House)
Sevierville Built in 1940 by Fred McMahan, designed by New York architect Verna Cooke-Salomonsky
32 Walker Mill Hydroelectric Station 01990-11-20November 20, 1990 West Prong of the Little Pigeon River just off U.S. Route 441
35°50′44″N 83°34′08″W / 35.845556°N 83.568889°W / 35.845556; -83.568889 (Walker Mill Hydroelectric Station)
Sevierville
33 Waters House
Waters House
01975-06-18June 18, 1975 217 Cedar St.
35°51′56″N 83°33′46″W / 35.865556°N 83.562778°W / 35.865556; -83.562778 (Waters House)
Sevierville
34 Wheatlands
Wheatlands
01975-07-07July 7, 1975 Northwest of Sevierville on the Old Knoxville Highway
35°55′07″N 83°40′06″W / 35.918611°N 83.668333°W / 35.918611; -83.668333 (Wheatlands)
Sevierville

See also

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. ^ http://www.state.tn.us/environment/hist/pdf/settlement_cohd.pdf
  6. ^ http://www.state.tn.us/environment/hist/pdf/settlement&dwellings.pdf

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