Welcome to TimesPast! We hope you will enjoy the history we present to you in this site. It is also my hope to give you more history of our community... "Blount County" in the near future... thanks for your visit!

 
Alleghany Spring Hotel
The scenery and healthfulness of these springs surpasses anything in the South. For pure air and pleasant nights has no equal. To those who are suffering with liver, kidney, bowel and nervous diseases...
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Back Door to Battle
For several weeks prior to Longstreet's advance in November of 1863, Blount County played host to Union cavalry under the command of Brigadier General William P. Sanders....

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Blount County Military
This site is dedicated to the Men and Women from Blount County Tennessee who enlisted or were drafted into the Service of their Country. All of which paid the pain of the sufferings of war.
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Cades Cove
Cades Cove nestles in a beautiful valley. Open fields lap against 5,500-foot mountain peaks. With more than 2.5 million visitors annually, it is the Park's most popular destination.
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Clover Hill Milling Company
Clover Hill Mill provides a link to the past. It is a working business that has operated for over 150 years. The original mill...
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College Hill
Historic District
Having the largest number of historic residences in the city, many of which are on the National Register of Historic...
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Great Smoky Mountains
Heritage Center
Join us in celebrating the cultural heritage of East Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains region
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Little River Railroad
& Lumber Company

In 1886, a group of investors headed by Col. W.B. Townsend from Pennsylvania, after a lumber resource investigation, formed these two companies...

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Millennium Manor
Millennium Manor was built from 1938 to December, 1946, by William Andrew Nicholson and his wife Fair. They had moved to Alcoa, Tennessee, from ....
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Kit Carson School
What follows was an entry in theBlountWeb Guestbook and a reply to Mary Evelyn for further information. Her reply to my request turned out to be a wonderful visit into the past and it is published here for all to enjoy. .
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January 21st, 2001
Yuba City, California
by Mary Evelyn GLENN Young

meyoung@syix.com
Sam Houston
Historic Sam Houston Schoolhouse is named for the great statesman and pioneer from East Tennessee. Sam Houston was adopted at age 16 by Cherokee Indians in Tennessee, who called him Co-lonneh, or "the Raven...
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Samuel Frazier Home
"Old Stone House"

 the house has stood in 3 different states while never moving: first North Carolina, then Franklin, and for the last 204 years, Tennessee.
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Thompson-Brown House
Thompson-Brown House, included in the National Register of Historic Places and located at 1004 East Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, Tennessee, is one of the oldest two-story, two pen log buildings in East Tennessee....
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  William Blount
A delegate in both the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention, he was described by a fellow delegate as "no speaker, nor does he possess any of those talents that make Men shine; - he is plain, honest, and sincere."
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