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Tennessee Marker, Z-130

Before the first Europeans permanently settled in Tennessee in 1769, it was inhabited by a number of Native American tribes including the Cherokee, Creek, Chickasaw, and Shawnee. Until 1784 the territory composing Tennessee was a part of North Carolina. Tennessee became the 16th state admitted to the United States in 1796. Notable residents of Tennessee included U.S. Presidents Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk, and Andrew Johnson, as well as frontiersman David Crockett. Nashville is the capital city of Tennessee and an important center for country music.

Marker Information:
Year On Marker: 2003
Region: Southwest Region
Geographic Location: Lee County
Physical Description of Location: Ewing, VA 24248. Located on Old Wilderness Road (Hwy 58), 0.8 miles northeast of the junction of Old Wilderness Road (Hwy 58) and Hwy 25 East. Marker is on the left when traveling northeast on Old Wilderness Road (Hwy 58).
GPS Location: 36.600429,-83.655649
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