Campbell County

Campbell County

Campbell County was formed in 1806 from
Anderson and Claiborne counties

(Acts of Tennessee 1806 [Second Session], Chapter 21)

The county seat is Jacksboro.

There were fires at the Campbell County
courthouse in 1883 and 1926.

Selected Published County Histories
  • Campbell County Tennessee USA : "A History of Places, Faces, Happenings, Traditions and Things"   [3 vols.]  (McDonald, 1993)
  • Campbell County, Its Cities, Towns and Points of Interest as of 1940, Updated 1986  (Page,  1986)*
  • Careyville Through the Years : A Book About Careyville, Tennessee, and Local Areas (McGhee & Jackson, 1988)
  • Caryville and More : A Book about Caryville, Tennessee and Surrounding Areas (McGhee & Jackson, 1987)
  • Civil War and Campbell County, Tennessee (Miller, 1992) [name index]*
  • Coal Mining Towns : Stories and Pictures of Anderson and Campbell Counties (McGhee, 1995)
  • Goodspeed's Campbell County History (1990) [name index]
  • Indians to Interstate : A Book About Caryville, Tennessee (Jackson, 1986)
  • Land of the Lake : A History of Campbell County, Tennessee (Ridenour, 1941)*
  • Look Back : Lake View Baptist Church History, 1936-1990 (McGhee, 1990?)

Additional county and community histories can be found at the Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources: Campbell County.  The items in the bibliography may not all be available at the Tennessee state Library and Archives.  


Published Local Records
  • 1850 Census, Campbell County, Tennessee (Lemasters, 1987)*
  • 1880 Census, Tennessee, Transcription for Campbell County (Sistler, 1978?)*
  • Abstract of Campbell County, Tennessee, Guardian Book A, 1858-1889 (Lemasters, 1992)  [name index]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee 1836 Tennessee Civil Districts and Tax Lists (Douthat, 1993) [name index]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee 1895 Tax Records (Chambers & Freeman, 200?) [alphabetical index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee 1910 Federal Census [2 vols.] (Collins, 200?) [name index]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee 1920 Federal Census [2 vols.] (Collins, 200?) [name index]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee 1930 Federal Census [2 vols.] (Collins, 200?) [name index]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Cemetery, Bible, Family Records (WPA, 193?)
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Court Minutes [vol. 2  1813-1817;    vol. 3 1834-1839;     vol. 4  1839-1846] (WPA, 1936) [name index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee Deeds, 1806-1831 (Lemasters, 2001) [name index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Deeds and Grants, 1806-1810 (WPA, 1937) [name index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee Divorces, 1822-1900 (Lemasters, 2001) [name index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Divorces 1840 Through 1910 (Hutton, 1991?) [alphabetical listing]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Estates, Wills and Inventories Book C, 1860-80 (WPA, 1938) [name index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee Land Entry Books A, B, D and Miscellaneous Entries, 1824-1902 (Lemasters, 2001) [name index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Marriage Records [vol. 1 1881-1889;     vol. 2 1891-1900; vol. 4 1906-1910; vol. 5 1911-1915] (Hutton, 1986-) [alphabetical listing]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Marriage Records, 1838-1860 (WPA, 1936) [name index]
  • Campbell County Tennessee Marriages [*vol. 1 1914-1930; *vol. 2 1931-1950; *vol. 3 1951-1960; *vol. 4 1961-1970] (Collins, 200?) [alphabetical listing]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Marriages, 1838-1852 (Scott County Historical Society, 1985?) [name index]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee Newspaper Obituaries, 1821-1889 (Lemasters, 2001) [name index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Register's Book C, 1817-1820 (WPA, 1937) [name index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Surveyor's Record of Entries, 1825-1833 (WPA, 1938) [name index]
  • Campbell County, Tennessee Tax Lists, 1838-1839 (Lemasters, 1992) [name index]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Vital Statistics, 1914 Through 1925 (Wiefering, 1993) [name index]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Wills, Bonds and Inventories (Nolan, 1993) [name index]*
  • Campbell County, Tennessee, Wills, Bond & Inventories [1807-1841] (WPA, 1936) [name index]
  • Campbell County, TN Marriages, 1838-81 (Sistler, 1984) [alphabetical listing]
  • Cemeteries and Tombstone Inscriptions Central Peninsula, Norris Reservoir, Union, and Campbell Counties TN (Hill & Hutton, 1985) [alphabetical listing]
  • Cemeteries and Tombstone Inscriptions from Campbell County, Tennessee [4 vols.] (Gammell & Hutton, 1987-1989) [name index]*
  • Families of Norris Reservoir Area (Wilson, 1986) [alphabetical listing]
  • Fourth Survey Distr[i]ct of Tennessee, 1808-1810 : John McClellan-Surveyor Anderson, Bledsoe, Campbell, Knox, Overton, Rhea, Roane Counties, TN (Douthat, 1988) [surname index]
  • Funeral Home Records from Cox & Son Funeral Home : Jellico, Campbell Co., TN Formerly Ellison Funeral Home (Ellis & Posey, 2000-) [name index]*
  • Funeral Home Records from Martin Funeral Home : Anderson & Campbell Counties (Ellis & Posey, 2000) [name index]*
  • History in Stone : Cemeteries of Campbell County, Tennessee (Bruce, 1989) [surname index]*
  • Marriages of Claiborne County, Tennessee, 1838-1850 & Campbell County, Tennessee, 1838-1853 (Whitley, 1983) [name index]
  • Tennessee Fourth Surveyor's District Land Surveys 1814-1824 : Anderson, Bledsoe, Campbell, Morgan, Overton, Rhea and Roane Counties, Tenn. (Bailey, 1996) [name index]
  • Tennessee Negro Cemetery Records and Marriage Records : Counties of Campbell, Dickson, Madison, McMinn, Monroe, Roane, Sevier (WPA, 1938) [name index]
  • Tennessee, Records of Campbell County, Deed Book D index, 1820-1826 [with Campbell County, Tennessee, Register's Book E, 1825-1831] (WPA, 193?) [name index]
  • Transcription, Federal Census Schedule, Campbell County, Tennessee, 1860, Indexed, Federal Mortality Schedule, Campbell County, Tennessee, 1860 (Hutton, 1982)*
  • Transcription, Federal Census Schedule, Campbell County, Tennessee 1870 (Hutton, 1983) [alphabetical listing]


Local Records on Microfilm

An inventory of microfilmed Campbell County records is available on our website.  Individual reels of microfilm may also be purchased.

Earliest records include:

  • marriages from 1838
  • wills from 1806
  • deed index from 1806
  • chancery court minutes from 1842
  • county court minutes from 1839
  • circuit court minutes from 1849
  • tax books from 1849

The following reels are available on interlibrary loan from the Library and Archives:

  • Deed Index -- 1804-1912  (#27, 1 reel)*
  • Estate Book -- 1806-1841 (not individually indexed)  (#26, 1 reel)*
  • Marriage records -- 1838-1889  (#10, 1 reel)*
  • WPA Records, Campbell County (Record Group #107, Roll 7, 1 reel) Roll includes Wills, Bonds & Inventories (1807-1841),  Cemetery, Bible & Family Records (undated),  Minutes, Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions (1813-1817,  1834-1839, 1839-1846),  Register's Book C (1817-1820),  Register's Book E (1825-1831),  Surveyor's Record of Entries (1825-1833),  Marriage Records (1838-1860),  Estates, Wills & Inventories, Book C (1860-1880),  Deed Book D, Index (1820-1826), and Deeds, Grants, Etc. (1806-1810).*


Newspapers on Microfilm

Newspapers were published in Jacksboro, Jellico and Lafollette.  Scattered early issues are available from 1900, and a complete run begins in 1931. Microfilms are loaned to Tennessee libraries.  Individual reels may also be purchased.  An Inventory of Newspapers on Microfilm at the Library and Archives is available on our website. 


Selected Manuscripts Material
  • First Baptist Church Records. Caryville, Campbell County, 1886-1988  (Microfilm Manuscript #986, 1 reel)*
  • First Baptist Church Records. Jacksboro, 1860-1988  (Microfilm Manuscript #971, 2 reels)*

Search for Manuscripts Material in our Catalog 

Census Records
  • Census on microfilm for Campbell County:  1830-1880, 1900-1930
  • State-wide census index:  1830-1880
  • State-wide census index on microfilm  (Soundex):  1880,  1900-1930
  • Campbell County census records in book form:  1850*,  1860*,  1870,  1880, 1910*, 1920*, 1930*


Additional Research Aids for Campbell County

* Indicates this title may be borrowed on interlibrary loan from the Library and Archives.


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Campbell County Formation Act

ACTS OF TENNESSEE 1806 (Second Session), CHAPTER 21:

"An Act for erecting part of the county of Anderson, and part of the county of Claiborne, into a separate and distinct county."


WHEREAS the large extent of the counties of Anderson and Claiborne, renders it grievous and burthensome to many of the inhabitant thereof to attend courts, general musters, elections, and other public meetings therein.  For remedy whereof:

SECTION 1. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, That the following described bounds be, and the same are hereby erected into a new and distinct county by the name of Campbell, to wit: Beginning at a point to be ascertained by running a direct line from the town of Burrville, in Anderson County, north, forty-five degrees east eleven miles, and running from thence north, forty-five degrees, west, to the Kentucky state line, or the northern boundary line of the state of Tennessee, from thence east, with the said boundary line, to a point on the same, from whence a line to be run at the angle of forty-five degrees, south east, shall cross Powell's Valley, at or near the house where James Davis formerly lived in said valley, leaving said house in Campbell County not more than fifty poles, thence the same course continued, to the line of Grainger County, on the right bank of Clinch, thence down the said river of Clinch, agreeably to its various meanders, to a certain point that shall intersect the lines of Anderson and Claiborne counties, immediately on the said right bank of Clinch River, thence crossing said river, and running southwardly with the line that divides the counties of Anderson and Grainger, to the Chestnut Ridge, thence along the extreme height thereof, to a point from whence a line shall be run at the angle of north, forty-five degrees, west, to the point the place of beginning.

SECTION 2. BE IT ENACTED, That James Grant, William Hancock, Jacent Cloud, Robert Glen, Richard Linville, Sampson David, and John Inglish, or a majority of them, be, and they are hereby appointed commissioners, and authorized to fix on and lay out a place the most suitable and convenient in said county, for the purpose of erecting a court house, prison and stocks.

SECTION 3. BE IT ENACTED, That the aforesaid commissioners are hereby authorized and required, as soon as may be, after agreeing on the place whereon the said court house, prison, and stocks are to be erected in said county, they shall proceed to purchase any quantity of land, not exceeding forty acres, for which they shall cause a deed or deeds to be made to themselves, or successors in office, on which they shall cause a town to be laid off, with necessary streets and alleys, reserving one acre as near the centre as may be, on which the court house, prison and stocks shall be erected, which shall be known by the name of Jacksboro; and when the town shall be thus laid off, the aforesaid commissioners are further requested to advertise for sale to the highest bidder, at a credit not exceeding twelve months, the lots of said town, giving sixty days previous notice thereof in the public papers printed at Knoxville, and shall take bonds with sufficient securities, to themselves or successors in office, and shall make titles to the purchasers, and the proceeds of the sales of said lots, shall go towards defraying the expense of the public buildings in the same, and contract and agree with suitable workmen for erecting and building at the place aforesaid, a court house, prison and stocks, for the use and benefit of said county, and shall, after advertising the same at least sixty days in the public papers, and at six of the most public places in the county, shall proceed to let the building of the same to the lowest bidder, and take bond and security from such undertaker, in the sum of five thousand dollars, for the fulfillment of his or their contract.

SECTION 4. And the better to enable the commissioners aforesaid to carry this act into effect, BE IT ENACTED, That a tax of twelve and a half cents on each hundred acres of land; a tax of twenty-five cents on each town lot; a tax of twenty-five cents on each slave between the age of twelve and fifty years; and a tax of twenty-five cents on each white male, between the age of twenty-one and fifty years, shall be collected in the said county for two years, by the sheriff or collector of the same, and accounted for and paid to the said commissioners, at the same time, and in the same manner, and under like penalties and restrictions, as is or may be directed for collecting, accounting for, and paying public taxes.

SECTION 5. BE IT ENACTED, That before the said commissioners shall take into their hands any of the monies directed to be collected by this act, they shall enter into bond in the sum of five thousand dollars, payable to the governor and commander in chief, for the time being, conditioned for the faithful discharge of the trust reposed in them.

SECTION 6. BE IT ENACTED, And for the due administration of justice in said county, BE IT ENACTED, That the court of the said county of Campbell shall be held regularly by the justices of said county, on the first Mondays in December, March, June, and September, in every year; and the justices for said county of Campbell, are hereby authorized and empowered to hold the first court for the same, at the house of Richard Linville, and all subsequent courts for said county, on the days above mentioned for holding courts therein, at any place to which the said justices shall from court to court adjourn themselves, until a court house shall be built for said county of Campbell; and then all causes, matters and things, depending in said court, and all process returnable to the same, shall be adjourned to such court house, and all courts held in and for said county of Campbell, shall be held by commission to the said justices, in the same manner, and under the same rules and restrictions, and shall have and exercise the same power and jurisdiction, as are or shall be prescribed for the courts for the several counties in this state.

SECTION 7. BE IT ENACTED, That the aforesaid county of Campbell, shall be, and it hereby declared to compose a part of the district of Hamilton, in the same manner, and for all purposes civil and military, as the said counties of Anderson and Claiborne did previously to this county being taken off of them; and the said county of Campbell shall furnish two jurors to the superior courts of law and equity, for the district of Hamilton aforesaid.

SECTION 8. BE IT ENACTED, That Jeffe Roysden, and Walter Evans, be appointed commissioners, who are authorized to run the dividing lines, and boundary lines, of and between the said counties of Campbell, Anderson and Claiborne, and designate the boundaries of said Campbell County, as herein before directed and described; that is, where the said line or lines are not already run or particularly pointed out by natural boundaries; for which services the said commissioners shall be allowed the sum of two dollars each per day, and the marker one dollar per day, the expense to be paid by the said county of Campbell.

SECTION 9. BE IT ENACTED, That the present sheriffs and collectors of the counties of Anderson and Claiborne, be authorized to collect all arrearages of public taxes, which by law they were authorized to collect, in the same manner that he might or could do, before the said sectional parts, that now compose the county of Campbell, was taken off of said counties of Anderson and Claiborne.

SECTION 10. BE IT ENACTED, That in future the courts of Claiborne County shall be held on the fourth Mondays of November, February, May and August, in each and every year, and all suits, causes, indictments, matters, and things, of what nature and kind soever, now pending in said court, shall, after the rise of the present term of said court, be adjourned over, and continued till the fourth Monday of November next, to all intents, constructions, and purposes; and in case the clerk of said court shall issue any writ or writs of capias as respondendum, writ of capias ad satisfaciendum writ of fieri facias, or any other writ or process whatsoever, returnable to any other day than the fourth Monday of November next, the same shall be returned on the said fourth Monday of November, and shall be as good and as valid in law, as if the same had been made returnable on the said fourth Monday of November; any law, usage or custom to the contrary notwithstanding.

Passed on September 11, 1806

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Campbell County Bibliography

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Campbell County in General
  • Albright, Nell. Walnut Grove memories: history, 1770-1936, Campbell County, LaFollette, TN, Route No. 3. N.p., 1987. 122 pp.
  • Ascher, John P. She jumped the tracks: America's tragic stateside 20th century military disaster. N.p., M.J.A., 1994. 220 pp.
  • Big Green Gap Coal & Iron Company. Frankfort, KY., n.p., n.d. 11 pp.
  • Biographical directory, TN General Assembly, 1796-1969 (Campbell County, Preliminary #44-A). Nashville, TSLA, 1974. 45 pp.
  • Campbell County, Jellico, TN: Advance Sentinel 1980. Special reproduction of the April 27, 1900 Jellico Advance-Sentinel.
  • Campbell County, 1980-1987: an economic analysis. Nashville, TN Dept. of Employment Sec., 1988. 12 pp.
  • Campbell County Citizen Advisory Comm. Comprehensive plan, Campbell County demonstration project, Campbell County, TN. Jacksboro, East TN Dev. Dist., 1969. 200 pp.
  • Campbell County Industrial Comm. Potential industrial areas in the East TN Development District, Campbell County, TN. Jacksboro, n.p., 1971. unp.
  • Carbonizing properties: TN coals from the Jellico bed in Campbell County & the Sewanee bed in Marion County. Washington, D.C., US GPO, 1953. 35 pp.
  • Demonstration, surface mine reclamation for wildlife, Cumberland Plateau. Kearneysville, WV, US Dept. of Interior, 1980. 7 pp.
  • Description of mineral & timber lands lying in Whitley County, KY, & Claiborne & Campbell counties, TN. Buffalo, NY, Young, Lockwood & Co.'s Steam Press, 1880. 30 pp.
  • East TN Dev. Dist. Food stamp survey, 1976: a summary report. Knoxville, East TN Dev. Dist., 1977 (v.4, Campbell County).
  • Fischer, F. William. "A Woodland site in Campbell County." TN Arch. 7 (1951), pp. 39-42.
  • Glenn, Leonidas C. The northern TN coal field included in Campbell [& other] counties. Nashville, TN Div. Geol., 1925. 478 pp. (its Bulletin #33-B)
  • Goodspeed's history of east TN (Campbell County, pp. 844-846, 1125-1135). Goodspeed, 1887.
  • H.N. Fisk Laboratory of Sedimentology. Mississippian & Pennsylvanian section on Interstate 75, south of Jellico, Campbell County, TN. Nashville, TN Div. of Geology, 1981. 42 pp.
  • Hassell, Bluford L. An administrative & educational survey of the schools of Campbell County, TN. UT thesis, 1933. 135 pp.
  • Historical facts, Campbell County, TN & city of LaFollette. LaFollette Business & Professional Women's Club, 1976. 96 pp.
  • Howell, David. Jewell smokeless evaluation, TN property. Knoxville, Utah International Inc., 1979. 2 vols.
  • Hutton, Edith W. A promise of good things: Longfield Baptist Church 1831- 1981. Oak Ridge, Adroit Inc., 1982. 919 pp.
  • Keyes, Kenneth G. Production & management practices of selected beef cattle producers in Campbell County, TN. UT thesis, 1966. 127 pp.
  • Knight, William R. Relationship of soils & vegetation to topography & elevation in the Cumberland Mountains of Campbell County, TN. UT thesis, 1979. 152 pp.
  • Lewis, Ronald L. "Race & United Mine Workers' Union in TN: selected letters of William R. Riley." THQ 37 (1978), pp. 524-536.
  • Luther, Edward. T. Mineral resources summary of the Block quadrangle, TN. Nashville, TN Div. Geol., 1967. 85 pp.
  • Lynch, Elizabeth B. A history of Elk Valley, TN. Knoxville, the author, 1991. 275 pp.
  • McDonald, Millis. Campbell County, TN, USA: a history of places, faces, happenings, traditions & things. LaFollette, County Services Syndicate, 1993. 3 vols.
  • McGhee, Marshall L. Coal mining towns: stories & pictures of Anderson & Campbell counties with a special New River genealogy section by Oscar Phillips. Jacksboro, Action Printing, 1993. 212 pp.
  • Miller, Gregory K. The Civil War & Campbell County, TN. Jacksboro, Action Printing, 1992. 109 pp.
  • Murray, Lena D. Schoolhouse in the foothills. NY, Simon & Schuster, 1935. 239 pp.
  • Oster, Kenneth. A comparative study of local government in a five-county region: the Clinch-Powell River Valley: a resource intern report. Clinch & Powell River Valley Association & Office of Tributary Area Development, TVA, 1971. 56 pp.
  • Page, Bonnie M. Campbell County, its cities, towns & points of interest as of 1940; updated 1986. Lake City, the author, 1986. 36 pp.
  • Page, Bonnie M. Clearfork & more: history & memories. Lake City, the author, 1986. 424 pp.
  • Page, Bonnie. Cove Lake State Recreational Park & the Cumberland Trail. Lake City, the author, 1989. 56 pp.
  • Page, Bonnie. Inventory of historical writings of Campbell [& other] counties. Lake City, the author, 1990, 24 pp.
  • Ridenour, George L. The land of the lake: a history of Campbell County, TN. LaFollette, LaFollette Pub. Co., 1941. 104 pp.
  • Smith, G. Hobart. An economic, social & educational survey of Campbell County, TN. UT thesis, 1934. 92 pp.
  • TN Dept. Transportation [county maps] issued periodically.
  • TN Taxpayers Assn. Financial survey of the government of Campbell County, TN. Nashville, the association, 1933. 7 pp.
  • TN Valley Authority. Educational resources & needs in Campbell County, TN. Knoxville, TVA, 1964. 15 pp.
  • TN Valley Authority. Ind. Div. Agricultural-industrial survey of Campbell County. Knoxville, TVA, 1934. var. pp.
  • TN Valley Authority. Social & Ec. Div. Research Sec. The effect of county government of TVA land purchases in Campbell & Union counties. Knoxville, TVA, 1934. 33 pp.
  • TN Valley Authority. Social & Ec. Div. Research Sec. The effects upon local finance of real property purchases by the TVA, survey no. 1: Norris Reservoir counties. Knoxville, TVA, 1936. 53 pp.
  • US Geol. Survey [topographic maps] issued periodically. Quadrangles: Ketchen, Jellico West, Jellico East, Eagan, Pioneer, Ivydell, LaFollette, Well Spring, Block, Jacksboro, Demory, White Hollow, Duncan Flats, Lake City, Norris.
  • Unsuitable for surface mining? A case study approach; New River/Ligias Fork watersheds, Anderson & Campbell counties, TN. Cambridge, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Dept. of Landscape Arch., 1978. 2 vols.

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  • Gillingham, G.O. "TVA aids American archaeology: Cherokee village sites discovered near Caryville, TN." Sci. Am. Nov. 1934, p. 248.
  • Jackson, Melba. Indians to interstate: a book about Caryville, TN. Jacksboro, Action Print., 1986. 100 pp.
  • Jackson, Melba & Marshall McGhee. Caryville & more: a book about Caryville, TN & surrounding areas (2d ed). Jacksboro, Action Print., 1987. 120 pp.
  • McGhee, Marshall L. Caryville through the years: a book about Caryville, TN, & local areas. Jacksboro, Action Print., 1988. 124 pp.
  • McGhee, Marshall L. A look back: Lake View Baptist Church history, 1936- 1990. N.p., the author, 1990. 96 pp.
  • Turner, Nancy, et al. History of First Baptist Church, Caryville, 1886-1986.Jacksboro, Action Print., 1986. 80 pp.

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  • Lipscomb, Lena E. "Jacksboro ghost tales from the WPA archive." TN Folklore Soc. Bull. 50 (1984), pp. 68-74.

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  • Flood insurance study: city of Jellico, TN, Campbell County. Washington, D.C., FEMA, 1992. 1 vol.
  • Lewis, Helen. The Jellico handbook: a teacher's guide to community-based economics. New Market, Highlander Research Center, 1988. 61 pp.
  • Siler, James H. A history of Jellico, TN containing information on Campbell County, TN & Whitley County, KY. Jellico, 1938. (published as a series of sketches in the summer & autumn of 1938 in the Jellico Advance- Sentinel)

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  • Clinch-Powell Regional Library, Clinton, TN. A study of the community of LaFollette, TN. Nashville, TSLA, 1957. 51 pp.
  • Flood insurance study: city of LaFollette, TN, Campbell County. Washington, D.C., FEMA, 1984. 16 pp.

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  • Page, Bonnie. Speedwell, through 200 years: a book of history, memories, & other compiled material of the scenic & historic rural community of Speedwell, TN. Lake City, the author, 1985. 380 pp.

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Walnut Grove
  • Allbright, Nell. Walnut Grove memories: history 1770-1936, Campbell County, LaFollette, TN, Route No. 3. N.p., 1987. 122 pp.

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