5 Tennessee Sites Added To The National Register Of Historic Places


The Tennessee Historical Commission today announced the addition of five properties to the National Register of Historic Places.  They include a residence, former motel, library, former factory and a farmstead.

 

“These additions to the National Register of Historic Places are a testament to Tennessee’s diverse heritage,” said Executive Director and State Historic Preservation Officer Patrick McIntyre. “The historic properties are part of our unique past and are worthy of being recognized on this prestigious list.”

 

The sites recently added to the National Register of Historic Places are: 

 

Smotherman House (Tullahoma – Coffee County)

The Smotherman house was designed by Nashville architect George Waller and built in Tullahoma between 1932 and 1934. Landscape architect…

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