McMinn County (059)

Historic Markers Across Tennessee


McMinn County was created on 1819.

The county seat is in Athens, TN.,
and the county is 430 sq mi Square Miles in area.

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

  Click here to visit the McMinn county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47107

  Information about McMinn County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about McMinn County.


There are 18 Historic Markers in McMinn County.

Battle of Athens ~ August 1 - 2, 1946   -   THC 2A 102
  at the intersection of North White Street and East College Street, Athens, TN        

Bethsalem Presbyterian Church   -   THC 2A 90
  TN 30, McMinn County, in Athens, Athens-Etowah Highway        

Englewood / A Textile Mill Town   -    
  on South Niota Road (TN Route 39), Englewood, TN        

Etowah / A Railroad Town   -    
  near the old L&N Depot, on L and North Dr, Etowah, TN        

First United Presbyterian Church   -   THC 2A 113
  intersection of North Jackson St (Business Route 11) and Roy St, Athens, TN        

Harry Thomas Burn ~ 1895 - 1977   -   THC 2A 80
  on  W Willson St. just north of Burn Rd., Niota, TN        

John Tyler Morgan   -   THC 2A 12
  at the intersection of Ingleside Avenue (Tennessee Route 305) and Old Niota Road, Athens, TN        

Joseph McMinn   -   THC 2A 4
  5195 Hwy 11, Calhoun, TN        

McMinn - Meigs County Line   -   THC 2B 13

Niota Depot   -    
  201 East Main Street, Niota, TN        

Niota Depot - Not “quiet and cozy”   -    
  201 East Main Street, Niota, TN        

Petty-Manker Hall ~ 1913 - 2000   -    
  443 Green St, Athens, TN        

Pushing Toward Knoxville   -    
  at the McMinn County Rest Area, Athens, TN        

Samuel Cleage   -   THC 2A 32
  on North Jackson Street (Business U.S. 11) north of East Hornsby Street, Athens, TN        

Tennessee Wesleyan College   -   THC 2A 58
  at the intersection of North Jackson Street (Business U.S. 11) and East College Street, Athens, TN        

The Louisville and Nashville Railroad   -    
  on L and North Dr (U.S. 411), Etowah, TN        

The Nocatula Legend ~ The Hackberry and The Oak   -    
  on Coach Farmer Drive east of North Jackson Street (Business U.S. 11), Athens TN        

World War I Memorial   -    
  on Tennessee Avenue (U.S. 411), Etowah, TN        


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