Tennessee Historical Lakes


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Blue Pond Benton McKinnon
Boyd Spring Pond Carter Carter
Callans Pond Knox Boyds Creek
Clark Lake Benton Johnsonville
Clear Lake Benton Camden
Clear Lake Humphreys Hustburg
Cook Pond Lake Tiptonville
Corbin Lake Grainger Dutch Valley
Crane Pond Benton Camden
Crane Pond Benton Harmon Creek
Cypress Pond Benton McKinnon
Cypress Pond Benton McKinnon
Cypress Pond Humphreys Hustburg
Duncan Lake Davidson La Vergne
Duncan Pond Hardin Olivehill
Foust Pond Jefferson Jefferson City
Gin Pond Benton McKinnon
Grassy Lake Lake Tennemo
Gum Pond Jefferson Jefferson City
Harold Pond Benton Harmon Creek
Holt Lake Giles Milky Way
Horseshoe Pond Decatur Perryville
Kirkpatrick Lake Wilson Laguardo
Long Pond Grainger Talbott
Maple Pond Benton McKinnon
Miller Pond Jefferson White Pine
Moffett Pond Carter Johnson City
Mud Lake Lake Tennemo
Obion Lake Dyer Lane
Old Cathole Humphreys Hustburg
Paskell Pond Grainger Joppa
Payne Lake Tipton Nodena
Rocky Pond Benton McKinnon
Round Pond Decatur Perryville
Seahorn Pond Jefferson White Pine
Separate Pond Lauderdale Ripley North
Shelby Pond Decatur Thurman
Tucker Pond Lincoln Taft
Vinson Pond Stewart Rushing Bay
Witts Pond Monroe Tellico Plains
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