Lewis County (051)

Historic Markers Across Tennessee

 

Lewis County was created on 1843.

The county seat is in Hohenwald, TN.,
and the county is 282 sq mi Square Miles in area.

The State Division number is 3 and the County Group is F.



  Click here to visit the Lewis county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47101

  Information about Lewis County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Lewis County.

 

There are 9 Historic Markers in Lewis County.

Civil War in Lewis County   -    
  110 North Park Street, Hohenwald, TN        

Lewis -Hickman County Line   -   THC 3F 16
          

Lewis - Lawrence County Line   -   THC 3F 14
          

Meriwether Lewis   -   THC 3F 36
  u.s. 412, Lewis County, at entrance to Meriwether Lewis Park        

Meriwether Lewis - 1774-1809   -    
  on Columbia Highway (U.S. 412 at milepost 385), one mile from Natchez Trace Parkway, Hohenwald, TN        

Natchez Trace   -    
  on Columbia Highway (U.S. 412) just from Natchez Trace Parkway, Hohenwald, TN        

Phosphate Mine   -   NPS 
  on Natchez Trace Parkway 0.6 miles south of Columbia Highway (U.S. 412), Hohenwald, TN        

Tennessee's Mormon Massacre   -   THC 3F 37
  At the intersection of Centerville Hwy (TN 48) and Cane Creek Rd., Hohenwald, TN        

The Natchez Trace   -    
  on Campground Rd, off of the Natchez Trace Parkway, Hohenwald, TN        

 

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