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Campbell County, Tennessee

FOUNDED SEPTEMBER 11, 1806  

 

 

From parts of Anderson and Claiborne Counties

County Seat: Jacksboro

Named after Colonel Arthur Campbell, b. 1743 d. 1811 member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, a Revolutionary and Indian Wars officer, commissioner for negotiation of Indian treaties. Some of the interesting locations in Campbell County include La Follette, Caryville, Jellico, and Jacksboro. Exact location is

Latitude 3625'N

Longitude 8409'W

 

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