Cocke 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
Alexander School Newport
Bogard School Jones Cove
Bruners Grove School Parrottsville
Bybee School Rankin
Catons Grove School Hartford
Cave School Newport
Chavis School Jones Cove
Cosby Academy Hartford
Dawson Valley School Parrottsville
Denton School Hartford
Easterly School Parrottsville
Edwina School Newport
English Creek School Newport
Fair Ground School Newport
Forest Hill School Neddy Mountain
Fowler Grove School Rankin
Garver Chapel School Hartford
Glendale School Springvale
Goodwater School Parrottsville
Grandview School Rankin
Green Meadows School Rankin
Harmony Grove School Paint Rock
Harned chapel School Parrottsville
High Point School Rankin
Holt School Rankin
Holts Community School Rankin
Irish Cut School Newport
Jones School Springvale
Laws School Waterville
Liberty School Hartford
Long Creek School Neddy Mountain
MacMillan School Hartford
McFall Chapel School Hartford
McNabb School Rankin
Midway School Waterville
Moraine Seminary Hartford
Mountain Grove School Hartford
Mountain Rest School Hartford
Mountain View School Newport
Northport School Newport
Oak Grove School Waterville
O'Dell School Newport
Oldtown School Newport
Ottinger School Parrottsville
Over Mountain School Waterville
Pleasant Valley School Jones Cove
Rankin School Rankin
Rock Hill School Newport
Rosenwald School Newport
Salem School Parrottsville
Smoky Mountain School Hartford
Talley Memorial School Rankin
Tannery School Newport
Unity School Rankin
Waterville School Waterville
Webb Springs School Jones Cove
West End School Newport
Zion Hill School Parrottsville
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