Cumberland County (018)

Historic Markers Across Tennessee

 

Cumberland County was created on 1855.

The county seat is in Crossville, TN.,
and the county is 682 sq mi Square Miles in area.

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



  Click here to visit the Cumberland county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47035

  Information about Cumberland County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Cumberland County.

 

There are 12 Historic Markers in Cumberland County.

Affair at Cumberland Mountain   -    
  on the grounds of the Pioneer Museum, is at the intersection of East Main Street and Mayland Road, Pleasant Hill, TN        

Camp Crossville 1942 - 1945   -   THC 2C 21
  On POW Camp road, Crossville, TN        

Crab Orchard   -   THC 2C 2
  U.S. 70 in city limits [Crab Orchard], TN        

Cumberland - Roane County Line   -   THC 1F 2
          

Cumberland County at War   -    
  in front of Cumberland County Military Museum, 20 S Main St, Crossville, TN        

Cumberland County Families   -    
  24 Office Drive, Crossville, TN        

Cumberland County's First Steam Engine   -    
  at the intersection of South Main Street (U.S. 127) and East 2nd Street, Crossville, TN        

Cumberland Mountain School   -    
  On Old Jamestown Hwy just south of Methodist Campground Loop, Crossville, TN        

Kemmer Stand / Tavern   -   THC 2C 20
  at exit 327 in a Rest Area on Interstate 40, Crossville, TN        

Pleasant Hill   -   THC 2C 11
  U.S. 70S at at Main Street, Pleasant Hill, TN        

The Journey of the Bell   -    
  on East Main Street west of Maryland Road, Pleasant Hill, TN        

Thomas "Big Foot" Spencer   -   THC 2C 12
  on US 70        

 

M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.