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  This sign stood beside Hwy 411 / Newport Hwy for some years but it has not been seen lately.      
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Hours for the SCPL History Center

Monday 3pm to 7pm

Tuesday thur Friday 12pm to 4pm

Closed Saturday and Sunday


Sevier County Tennessee

Located in East Tennessee, Sevier County has the distinction of having three birthdays: in 1785 under the State of Franklin, in 1794 under the Southwest Territory, and in 1796 under the State of Tennessee. Sevierville, the county seat, and the county were named in honor of John Sevier. The land area of 592.3 square miles has a varied topography which consists of fertile lowlands along the French Broad and Little Pigeon Rivers, the hilly portion drained by the Forks of Little Pigeon River, and the majestic peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains, including Clingman's Dome, the highest mountain peak in Tennessee



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The Sevier County History Center
408 High Street, Sevierville TN 37862
Ph (865) 365-1432
Ph( 865)-365-1431
Theresa Williams, Genealogist
Theresa's Mailbox
Ph (865) 365-1430
D. Tim Fisher Assist Genealogist
Tim's Mailbox
Revised 10/13/2010
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