Two locations in Southeast Tennessee nominated for National Register of Historic Places
A farm in Bradley County and a church in Marion County are two of the four nominees being considered as additions to the National Register of Historic Places.
The vote to include Hardwick Farms in Cleveland and the Ebenezer Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Marion County will take place in Nashville by the Tennessee State Review Board on Wednesday, May 22.
Two other locations to be considered are the Charles L. Lawhon Cottage in Knox County and the Ripley Fire Tower in Lauderdale County.
The Board will also look at removing the John E. Patton House located in Grundy County from the National Register because it has lost the qualities for which it was listed.
Nominations that are found to meet the criteria will be sent for final approval to the National Register of Historic Places in the Department of the Interior.