Bradley County (006)

Historic Markers Across Tennessee

 

Bradley County was created on 1836.

The county seat is in Cleveland, TN.,
and the county is 329 sq mi Square Miles in area.

The State Division number is 2 and the County Group is A.



  Click here to visit the Bradley county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47011

  Information about Bradley County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Bradley County.

 

There are 15 Historic Markers in Bradley County.

"Chief Jack" Walker   -   THC 2A 71
  4345 Keith Street NW, at the intersection with Stuart Road, Cleveland, TN        

Bradley - McMinn County Line   -   THC 2A 2
          

Candy's Creek Cherokee Indian Mission   -   THC 2A 8
  TN 60, Bradley County, about 1,000 feet south of Candy's Creek        

Candy's Creek Cherokee Indian Mission   -   THC 2A 60
  TN 60, Bradley County, about 1,000 feet south of Candy's Creek        

Charleston on the Hiwassee   -    
  at the intersection of Worth Street Northeast and Market Street Northeast, Charleston, TN        

Cherokee Agency   -   THC 2A 9
  U.S. 11, Bradley County, just south of Hiwassee River        

Cherokee History   -   THC 2A 43
  TN 60, Bradley County, 10.5 miles south of Cleveland, TN        

Cleveland During the Civil War   -    
  200 Inman Street East, Cleveland, TN        

Col. Benjamin Cleveland   -    
  1st Street Northeast, Cleveland, TN        

Cooper Cemetery   -   THC 2A 92
  433 Blythewood Road, Cleveland, TN        

Fort Hill Cemetery   -    
  12th St SW west of Goode St SW, Cleveland, TN        

Oak Grove Male Academy   -   THC 2A 41
  424 Central Ave NW, at the intersection with Oak Street NW, Cleveland, TN        

Rattlesnake Springs   -   THC 2A 61
  U.S. 11, Bradley County, between Cleveland and Charleston        

Red Clay Council Ground   -   THC 2A 44
  on Dalton Pike (State Highway 60), Cleveland, TN        

The Henegar House   -    
  468 Market St NE, Charleston, TN        

 

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R  - The marker has been removed.