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This engraved marker, created by Italian stonemasons decades ago, stands at Allen’s Bridge on the Allen’s Bridge Road near Still Hollow Farm in southwestern Greene County. The current bridge, as with earlier bridges there, spans the Nolachucky River (also spelled Nolachuckey and Nolichucky). The site and the area are rich in both American Indian and pioneer Greene County history. Another, lower engraved line (not visible in this picture) notes that the marker was “Erected by Greene County Heritage Trust — 1981.” | Greene County Heritage Trust (7).jpg

This engraved marker, created by Italian stonemasons decades ago, stands at Allen’s Bridge on the Allen’s Bridge Road near Still Hollow Farm in southwestern Greene County. The current bridge, as with earlier bridges there, spans the Nolachucky River (also spelled Nolachuckey and Nolichucky). The site and the area are rich in both American Indian and pioneer Greene County history. Another, lower engraved line (not visible in this picture) notes that the marker was “Erected by Greene County Heritage Trust — 1981.”

This engraved marker, created by Italian stonemasons decades ago, stands at Allen’s Bridge on the Allen’s Bridge Road near Still Hollow Farm in southwestern Greene County. The current bridge, as with earlier bridges there, spans the Nolachucky River (also spelled Nolachuckey and Nolichucky). The site and the area are rich in both American Indian and pioneer Greene County history. Another, lower engraved line (not visible in this picture) notes that the marker was “Erected by Greene County Heritage Trust — 1981.”

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