Carroll County TN Historical Schools


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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 USGS Topo Map
Barren Spring School Vale
Beaver Academy Huntingdon
Belgrade School Yuma
Bellwood School Spring Creek
Bowden School Trezevant East
Bradford School Holladay
Buena Vista School Buena Vista
Butler School Vale
Carn School Vale
Carroll School Seventeen Creek
Cedar Grove School Cedar Grove
Center Ridge School Clarksburg
Clark School Cedar Grove
Concord School Buena Vista
Cotton Creek School Bruceton
Ephesus School Mansfield
Hall School Buena Vista
Hico School Huntingdon
Hillard School Palmer Shelter
Hopwell School Yuma
Houser School Atwood
Howley School McLemoresville
Louder School Buena Vista
Marlborough School Vale
McLemoresville Collegiate Institute McLemoresville
McLemoresville School McLemoresville
Morton School Vale
New Hope School Manleyville
Oak Grove School Trezevant West
Pond Branch School Seventeen Creek
Poplar Springs School Palmer Shelter
Rice School Henry
Shiloh School Huntingdon
Smyrna School Buena Vista
Spanish Grove School Buena Vista
Strayhorn School Spring Creek
Sunnyview School Bruceton
Swindall School Mansfield
Tate School Palmer Shelter
Terry School McLemoresville
Thompson School Vale
Turner Academy Trezevant East
Union Academy Trezevant East
Vale School Vale
West Tennessee Seminary Vale
Westport School Buena Vista
Yuma School Yuma
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