Built in 1930, this mill sits outside of Pulaski, Tennessee, over Choate Creek. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.
Lawrenceburg, Giles County
Built in 1937 by the Black community, this school was in use until 1963 when it consolidated with another Pulaski County school. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
Petersburg, Lincoln County
Founded as the New Salem Cumberland Presbyterian Church prior to 1850, the church changes it’s name to Boonshill in 1949. It’s located on top of a mountain in a picturesque area of Tennessee.
Located in Lincoln County, Tennessee, the Rose Hill Cemetery began in the 1820s. It is still an active cemetery.