Bedford 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
Ashland School Bedford
Beechwood School Webbs Jungle
Bell Buckle School Wartrace
Bellview School Unionville
Bomar Academy Deason
Butler Creek School Shelbyville
Cedar Grove School Chapel Hill
Coops Academy Deason
Cross Roads School Shelbyville
Flat Creek School Shelbyville
Glendale School Lynchburg West
Green Hill School Unionville
Haley School Normandy
Harts Chapel School Deason
Haynes School Rover
Hilltop School Lynchburg East
Holly Grove School Shelbyville
Keyes Chapel School Fosterville
Locust Grove School Shelbyville
Longview School Rover
McDale School Deason
Moulder School Unionville
Mount Zion School Shelbyville
Mullins Chapel School Shelbyville
New Herman School Lynchburg West
Normandy School Normandy
Oakland School Bedford
O'Neal School Farmington
Raus School Normandy
Ray Chapel School Farmington
Saint Marks School Shelbyville
Shady Grove School Deason
Shelbyville Mills School Shelbyville
Shiloh School Wartrace
Shipmans Creek School Normandy
Singleton School Normandy
Sulphur Springs School Deason
Union Ridge School Wartrace
Union School Unionville
Walnut Grove School Rover
Wheel School Bedford
Whitakers School Belfast
Whites Chapel School Unionville
Willow Grove School Normandy
Woods School Bedford
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