Weakley 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
Adams Chapel School Martin
Beech Grove School Greenfield
Bowers School Dresden
Brocks Chapel School Greenfield
Brundige School Latham
Center Point School Pillowville
Central High School Como
Coats School Pillowville
Donoho School Palmersville
Dunlap School Pillowville
Eagle Hill School Como
Earls School Greenfield
East Grove School McKenzie
Fairview School McKenzie
Fairview School Palmersville
Fancy School Dresden
Freeman School Dresden
Gardner School Gardner
Good Springs School Latham
Green Hill School McKenzie
Gully View School Dresden
Holt School Trezevant West
Hyndsver School Martin
Kilgore School Martin
Little Zion School Como
Lone Oak School Latham
Masonic Male and Female Institute McKenzie
McClains Chapel School Dresden
McFerrin College Martin
Meridian School Pillowville
Mount Aries School Trezevant West
Mount Olive School Pillowville
Mount Pelia High School Gardner
Palmersville Elementary School Palmersville
Parish School McConnell
Parks School Pillowville
Pisgah School Latham
Pittman School Trezevant West
Pleasant Hill School Dresden
Ralston School Martin
Rocky School Dresden
Salem School Martin
Salem School McKenzie
Salem School Martin
Sandy Branch School McConnell
Sharon Training School Greenfield
Sidonia School Rutherford
Smith Chapel School Pillowville
Spears School Pillowville
Stella Ruth School Gardner
Thompson School Latham
Tumbling School McKenzie
Turner-Ward School Dresden
Union Grove School McKenzie
Union High School Martin
Wards Chapel School Pillowville
Weakley County Training School Martin
Webb School Palmersville
Wesleys Chapel School Como
West Union School Dresden
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