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AIRPORT of HARDEMAN COUNTY

Bolivar-Hardeman County Airport Longest Runway:4,000 Ft.
Runway Lights: Yes
Radio Communications: Unicom


HIGHER EDUCATION of HARDEMAN COUNTY

Whiteville Vocational-Technical School Area Technical
Enrollment: 205


HIGHWAYS of HARDEMAN COUNTY

U S Highways
64
State Highways
15, 18, 57, 100, 125, 138, 179, 366


  HISTORY of HARDEMAN COUNTY

Established  October 16, 1823
Organized October 17, 1823
Bolivar is county seat
County formed from Indian lands


PEOPLE of HARDEMAN COUNTY

Colonel Thomas Jones Hardeman
County named for Colonel Thomas Jones Hardeman (1788-1854)
Served as Colonel with Andrew Jackson in the War of 1812 at the Battle of New Orleans
Moved to Texas and fought for its independence in 1830

Hardeman County


HOSPITALS of HARDEMAN COUNTY

Bolivar Community Hospital 650 Nuckolls Rd
Bolivar


STATISTICS of HARDEMAN COUNTY

SIZE of HARDEMAN COUNTY
Square Miles 668
Miles of City Streets   59.35
Miles of County Road 639.34


VISITOR CENTER of HARDEMAN COUNTY

Hardeman County Chamber of Commerce 500 West Market Street
P.O. Box 313
Bolivar, TN 38008

 

GRAND JUNCTION, Tennessee


ATTRACTIONS of GRAND JUNCTION

Ames Plantation
4275 Buford Ellington Rd
Ames Manor House & stables, 19th century farmstead
Annual host of the National Bird Dog Field Trials
National Bird Dog Museum & Field Trial Hall of Fame
State Hwy 57
Over 40 breeds of bird dog
Numerous exhibits, bird dog art, wildlife murals, historical objects, collection of game birds
Famous Field Trial Hall of Fame gift shop and more
Free


HISTORY of GRAND JUNCTION

Incorporated in 1901

 

 

 

HICKORY VALLEY, Tennessee

 

HISTORY of HICKORY VALLEY

Named after the wooded hills
Incorporated in 1820

 

 

 

 

HORNSBY, Tennessee


PEOPLE of GRAND JUNCTION

Kimbrough Hornsby City named after Kimbrough Hornsby

 

 

 

 

 

MIDDLETON, Tennessee


HISTORY of MIDDLETON

Incorporated in 1856
City named after the Middleton family


LIBRARY of MIDDLETON

Middleton Public Library 100 Main St N
Middleton


STATISTICS for MIDDLETON

POPULATION of MIDDLETON
1960 461
1970 654
1980 596
1990 536
LOCATION CODES for MIDDLETON
Zip 38052

 

 

 

 

 

SAULSBURY, Tennessee


HISTORY of SAULSBURY

Incorporated in 1901
City named after Dr. J.D. Saul
Thank you M.H.for the information below
Originally named Berlin
Date of name change unknown

 

 

 

 

 

TOONE, Tennessee

HISTORY of TOONE

Chartered in 1903
Named after Jimmy Toone

 

 

 

 

 

WHITEVILLE, Tennessee

ATTRACTIONS of WHITEVILLE

Animals "R" Us Petting Zoo 6175 Hwy 64
Unique farm where visitors my touch, pet, and feed a variety of animals
Admission charged


HISTORY of WHITEVILLE

Incorporated in 1901
City named after Judge Hugh L. White


LIBRARY of WHITEVILLE

Lee Ola Roberts Library
140 Main W
Whiteville
Humphrey Orena Public Library
900 Main St
Whitwell


STATISTICS of WHITEVILLE

POPULATION of WHITEVILLE
1960    757
1970    992
1980 1,270
1990 1,050

 

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