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James Park House, pictured in 2007, after restoration
James Park House, pictured in 2007, after restoration
The Rev. James Park (1822–1912)
The Rev. James Park (1822–1912)
The James Park House, as it appeared circa 1918
The James Park House, as it appeared circa 1918
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John Sevier
John Sevier
Sketch in Goodpasture's History of Tennessee (1903), showing Sevier pulling Catherine Sherrill to safety during the Cherokee assault on Fort Watauga
Sketch in Goodpasture's History of Tennessee (1903), showing Sevier pulling Catherine Sherrill to safety during the Cherokee assault on Fort Watauga
Howard Pyle drawing in an 1885 edition of Harper's Magazine, showing a romanticized account of Sevier's 1788 escape from North Carolina (he was never
Howard Pyle drawing in an 1885 edition of Harper's Magazine, showing a romanticized account of Sevier's 1788 escape from North Carolina (he was never tried by the state)
Portrait of Sevier by Washington B. Cooper
Portrait of Sevier by Washington B. Cooper