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Greene County Heritage Trust Signs 

One of the earliest projects of the Heritage Trust, beginning in the 1970s, was to place signs marking many of the significant historic locations in our community. By January 1975, thirty signs had been erected and an attractive “Walk with the President” brochure had been written and printed to guide historians, local citizens, and tourists alike on an educational tour of Greeneville and Greene County. Today, the brochure (amended in a few respects) continues in use, and the Heritage Trust is maintaining the following twenty-four signs:



1. Valentine Sevier House II and Office

2. Henegar Trim House

3. Jane M. Fowler House

4. Ripley House (1868)

5. Edmund B. Miller House (1856)

6. St. James Episcopal Church

7. Dickson-Williams Mansion

8. Drake-Brown House

9. Samuel Snapp House

10. Rumbough-Hacker House

11. Wheat Williams House

12. McKee House and Law Office

13. Dr. J. E. Alexander Home

14. "Greenwood" Clawson-McDowell-Brown House

15. “The Mansion House”

16. Paul G. Rosenblatt House

17. “Boxwood Manor,” the Joseph R. Brown-Milligan House

18. “Walnut Lawn Farm”

19. Britton-Doughty House (1860)

20. Quaker Knob—New Hope Meeting House

21. Maden Hall Farm

22. Blue Springs Lutheran Church and Cemetery

23. Mt. Bethel Cemetery

24. George Brown Park House