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Tipton-Haynes Historic Site Tennessees most historic site - Samuel Cole Williams Johnson City, TN

Summers Past History Program. Colonel John Tipton: Maryland to Tennessee. Battle of the State of Franklin February 27-29, 1788. David and Rhoda Haynes. George Haynes and Slavery. Landon Carter Haynes Early Years. Civil War, Pardon, and Reconstruction. Sarah Lavinia Gifford Simerly. State of Franklin Chronology. Battle of the State of Franklin February 27-29, 1788. After his father’s death, John Tipton, Jr. (1767-1831) inherited the property. Before moving to Washington County, Tipton, Jr. was...Tipton-Ha...

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    Summers Past History Program. Colonel John Tipton: Maryland to Tennessee. Battle of the State of Franklin February 27-29, 1788. David and Rhoda Haynes. George Haynes and Slavery. Landon Carter Haynes Early Years. Civil War, Pardon, and Reconstruction. Sarah Lavinia Gifford Simerly. State of Franklin Chronology. Battle of the State of Franklin February 27-29, 1788. After his father’s death, John Tipton, Jr. (1767-1831) inherited the property. Before moving to Washington County, Tipton, Jr. was...Tipton-Ha...
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    Summers Past History Program. Colonel John Tipton Maryland to Tennessee. Battle of the State of Franklin February 27-29, 1788. David and Rhoda Haynes. George Haynes and Slavery. Landon Carter Haynes Early Years. Civil War, Pardon, and Reconstruction. Sarah Lavinia Gifford Simerly. State of Franklin Chronology. Battle of the State of Franklin February 27-29, 1788. After his fathers death, John Tipton, Jr. 1767-1831 inherited the property. Before moving to Washington County, Tipton, Jr. was.Tipton-Ha.
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    Summers Past History Program. Colonel John Tipton: Maryland to Tennessee. Battle of the State of Franklin February 27-29, 1788. David and Rhoda Haynes. George Haynes and Slavery. Landon Carter Haynes Early Years. Civil War, Pardon, and Reconstruction. Sarah Lavinia Gifford Simerly. State of Franklin Chronology. Battle of the State of Franklin February 27-29, 1788. After his father’s death, John Tipton, Jr. (1767-1831) inherited the property. Before moving to Washington County, Tipton, Jr. was...Tipton-Ha...

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