Polk County (070)

Historic Markers Across Tennessee

 

Polk County was created on 1839.

The county seat is in Benton, TN.,
and the county is 435 sq mi Square Miles in area.

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



  Click here to visit the Polk county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47139

  Information about Polk County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Polk County.

 

There are 17 Historic Markers in Polk County.

Canasoga   -   THC 2A 11
  U.S. 411, Polk County, north side of Hiwassee River        

Columbus   -   THC 2A 48
  U.S. 411, Polk County, 7.1 miles south of McMinn County line        

Discovery of Copper   -   THC 2A 49
  at the intersection of State Highway 68 and U.S. 64, Copperhil,l TN        

First Copper Smelters   -   THC 2A 50
  TN 68, Polk County, near bridge over Potato Creek        

Georgia - Tennessee, Polk County Line   -   THC 2A 21
          

Georgia - Tennessee, Polk County Line   -   THC 2A 26
  TN 33 / GA 61 Tennga, TN        

Hiwassee Mine   -   THC 2A 74
  on Tennessee Route 68 0.1 miles south of Burra Burra Street, Ducktown, TN        

Marr's Fort   -   THC 2A 27
  U.S. 411, Polk County, .8 mile south of Old Fort        

McNair's Stand   -   THC 2A 40
  871 Busted Rock Rd, Old Fort, TN        

Nancy Ward   -   THC 2A 10
  On Old Highway 411 west of Crossing Way, Benton, TN        

Nancy Ward   -    
  ocated in the Nancy Ward Gravesite State Park, Old Highway 411, Benton, TN        

North Carolina - Tennessee, Polk County Line   -   THC 2A 23
          

Polk - Bradley County Line   -   THC 2A 22
          

Polk - McMinn County Line   -   THC 2A 20
          

Polk - McMinn County Line   -   THC 2A 30
          

Polk - Monroe County Line   -   THC 2A 25
          

The Halfway House   -   THC 2A 51
  US 74 east of TN 64,  Benton, TN        

 

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