Identifies locations of oen hundred historic sites of homes, businesses, and places; thirty one old homes that were standing in 1989; twenty one graveyards; sixteen churches and schools; and twelve places on the National Register of Historic Places. Created in memory of Holley's father John A. Sherfey (1889-1977), who was born, live, and died in the oldest house on Knob Creek. No scale provided.
64 x 49 cm
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Archives of Appalachia, rare map, Tennessee, Washington County, Knob Creek