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94106 Tennessee Supreme Court Building (Nashville) The Tennessee Supreme Court Building in Nashville, Tennessee, is the historic building that houses the Tennessee Supreme Court offices and where the court meets when it is in session in Nashville. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2014. 36.1649300,-86.7848590
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94107 Fort Nashborough Fort Nashborough was the stockade established in early 1779 in the French Lick area of the Cumberland River valley, as a forerunner to the settlement that would become the city of Nashville, Tennessee. The log stockade was square in shape and covered 2 acres (8,100 m2). It contained 20 log cabins and was protection for the settlers against wild animals and Indians. Today, a reconstructed fortification, maintained by Nashville Parks and Recreation, stands near the site of the original structure.[citation needed] 36.1641670,-86.7755560
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94111 Caswell-Taylor House The Caswell–Taylor House was a historic home located at 803 North Fourth Avenue in the Fourth and Gill neighborhood of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is also known as The Governor's House, as it was the home of Governor Robert Love Taylor for several years.
94113 Isaac Ziegler House The Isaac Ziegler House was a historic home once located at 712 North 4th Avenue in Knoxville, Tennessee. Designed by prominent Knoxville catalog architect George Franklin Barber, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and described as the most ornate Queen Anne-Romanesque house in Tennessee. 35.9786000,-83.9178000
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94115 Lenoir Cotton Mill The Lenoir Cotton Mill was a 19th-century cotton mill located in the U.S. city of Lenoir City, Tennessee. One of the earliest examples of industrial architecture in Tennessee, the mill operated variously from its construction around 1830 until the 1950s. The mill was documented by the Historic American Buildings Survey and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in the 1970s. Efforts to restore the mill began in 1980, but before the restoration could be completed, the mill was destroyed by arson in 1991. 35.7908330,-84.2630560
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94116 William M. McMurry House The William M. McMurry House is a historic mansion in Springfield, Tennessee, U.S.. It was built in 1896 for William M. McMurry, "the founder of McMurry Loose Leaf Tobacco Company." It became a bed and breakfast in 2016, but was sold to Lisa and Jon Arnold as a private residence in 2017. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2017. 36.5121980,-86.8845030
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94119 Isaac Franklin Plantation Isaac Franklin Plantation, also known as Fairvue, is an antebellum plantation house in Gallatin, Tennessee. 36.3448400,-86.4932200
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94120 Spencer Buford House The Spencer Buford House is a property in Thompsons Station, Tennessee, United States, that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. The main house was built about 1813. The property is also known as Roderick, in honor of the horse Roderick, a favorite horse of Confederate cavalry and irregular forces Nathan Bedford Forrest.:25 35.8088890,-86.8972220
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94132 Joseph Wilson House The Joseph Wilson House was a property in Franklin, Tennessee built in c.1861. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. The house was destroyed by fire on August 30, 2016, and was subsequently removed from the National Register. 35.9222220,-86.7688890
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94136 Camp Colorado Replica The Camp Colorado Replica, in Coleman, Texas, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2018. 31.8474140,-99.4258360
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