Loudon County was formed in 1870 from
Blount, McMinn, Monroe and Roane counties
(Public Acts of Tennessee 1870, Chapter 2; Public Acts of Tennessee 1870, Chapter 77, changed the name from Christiana County to Loudon County)
The county seat is Loudon.
There was a fire at the Loudon County courthouse in 2019.
Selected Published County Histories
- A Place Called Greenback: An East Tennessee Town at the Turn of the Century, 1870-1917 (Best, 1993)
- Beloved Landmarks of Loudon County, Tennessee (Daughters of the American Revolution, 1962)
- Loudon County, We Call it Home (198?)
- Past times: Obituaries, Marriages and Other Selected Articles from the Maryville Times, Maryville, Tennessee, 1884-1890 (Teffeteller, 2008) [name index]
- Remembering our Heritage: Townspeople do the "Impossible": Scrap Book (Forkner, 1986)
Additional county and community histories can be found at the Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources: Loudon County. The items in the bibliography may not all be available at the Tennessee State Library and Archives.
Published Local Records
- 1880 Census, Loudon County, Tennessee (McConkey, 1987) [name index]
- 1880 Census, Loudon County, Tennessee (Sistler, 2002) [alphabetical by surname]
- 1910 Loudon County, Tennessee, Census (Smallen, 1995) [surname index]
- Blount County, Tennessee Cemetery Records: Including Blount Section of Loudon and Monroe Counties, Tennessee (Little, 1980) [surname index]
- Cumberland Co., Tennessee, Fentress Co., Tennessee, Jackson Co., Tennessee, Loudon Co., Tennessee, Morgan Co., Tennessee, Overton Co. [1891 enumeration of male voters] (Reed, 1990)
- Fort Loudoun Reservoir Cemeteries (Douthat, 1988) [surname index]
- Hawkins Mortuary and Mausoleum Death Records, 1949-1981, Lenoir City, Tennessee (Brown, 1982) [name index]
- Loudon County, Tennessee, Tombstone Records (WPA, 1938) [name index]
- Loudon County, Tennessee Tombstone Records (2011) [name index]
- Loudon County, Tennessee, Vital Statistics, 1914 Through 1925 (Wiefering, 1993) [name index]
- Loudon County TN Polk City Directory [with Roane County] (2004-2007, 2009-20)
- Marriage Records, Loudon County, Tennessee, 1870-1910 (Brown, 1973) [name index]
- Roane & Loudon Counties, TN Polk City Directory (2006)
- Roane County TN Polk City Directory (2007, 2009-2012)
Local Records on Microfilm
An inventory of microfilmed Loudon County records is available on our website. Individual reels of microfilm may also be purchased.
Earliest records include:
- marriages from 1870
- wills from 1870
- deed index from 1874
- chancery court minutes from 1870
- county court minutes from 1870
- circuit court minutes from 1870
- tax books from 1870
The following reel is available on interlibrary loan from the Library and Archives:
- WPA Records, Loudon County (Record Group #107, Roll 51, 1 reel). Roll includes Tombstone Records (undated).*
Newspapers on Microfilm
Newspapers were published in Lenoir City and Loudon. Scattered early issues are available from 1852, and a complete run begins in 1954. 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
- Anderson County Records, 1800-1974 (Microfilm Manuscript #506, 1 reel)*
- Cedar Fork Baptist Church Records. Philadelphia, 1844-1968 (Microfilm Manuscript #263, 1 reel)*
- Cherokee Ledger Book, 1836. / Civil War Diary, 1861-1862. / Notebook of Letters, 1869-1888 (Microfilm Manuscript #1211, 1 reel)*
- Cooke family papers, 1807-1953
- Hiawassee Association of Primitive Baptists Minutes. Anderson, Campbell, Cumberland, Loudon, Morgan, Roane, Scott, and Sevier Counties, 1894-1986 (Microfilm Manuscript #929, 1 reel)*
- Mamie Frances (Moser) Dyche Scrapbooks, 1870-1966 (Microfilm Manuscript #246, 2 reels)*
Search for Manuscripts Material in our Catalog
- Census on microfilm for Loudon County: 1880, 1900-1930
- State-wide census index: 1880
- State-wide census index on microfilm (Soundex): 1880, 1900-1930
- Loudon County census records in book form: 1880, 1910
Additional Research Aids for Loudon County
- County Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications
- Early Tennessee Tax Lists at the Tennessee State Library and Archives
- Funeral Home Records at the Tennessee State Library and Archives
- Index to Tennessee Death Records 1908-1912
- Index to Tennessee Death Records 1914-1933
- School Census Records
- Tennessee World War I Veterans
* Indicates this title may be borrowed on Interlibrary Loan from the Library and Archives.
Loudon County Formation Act
Loudon County was created originally as Christiana County. The act that renames the county as Loudon County follows this act.
ACTS OF TENNESSEE 1870, CHAPTER 2:
"An Act to establish the county of Christiana."
SECTION 1. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, That a new county be, and the same is hereby established out of fractions of the territory composing the Counties of Roane, Monroe and Blount, around the town of Loudon.
SECTION 2. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That said county of Christiana shall be bounded as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the upper end of the bluff of rocks on the western bank of Little Tennessee River, at the common corner of the lands of J. K. Johnson and J. B. Tipton, citizens of Monroe County, and running thence with the section line, the present bearing of the compass being north 3 degrees east, 144 rods, to the Morganton and Washington road; thence with said road to the bridge across Fork Creek, at or near J. R. Robison's mill; thence south 87 degrees west, 48 rods, along the line between Robison and Kittrell; thence north 60 degrees west, 18 rods, to the line between the lands of Kelsoe's heirs and Kittrell's; thence north 75 degrees west, 22 rods; thence south 70 degrees west, 44 rods, to old storehouse; thence 414 rods to intersection of old road; thence 312 rods to the Loudon road, 8 rods from the Vaught House; thence 82 rods to Curtis' line and lane; thence 92 rods to the southwest corner of Curtis' lands; thence 354 rods to the section line, 13 rods east of the northeast corner of section 10; thence south 87 degrees, west, 332 rods, to the northeast corner of section 9; thence south 87 degrees west, about 578 rods, to the bridge over Sweet Water Creek, near and west of Philadelphia; thence with the road leading from Philadelphia to Washington, known as the Washington Road, about 2,586 rods to the line of McMinn County at the junction of said road with the road leading from Sweetwater to Blue Spring; thence with the line of McMinn county to the northern or northwestern line of J. D. Turner; thence with the boundary line of the lands of said Turner and John Talley, to a point in a right line between Blue Springs and Marble Bluff on them Tennessee River; thence north 39 degrees east, about 10 miles, to a rock on Marble Bluff, near the mouth of Stockton's Creek, on the west bank of Tennessee River; thence up the said river with its meanders to the common corner of the lands of Matlock and Rhea, on the north bank of the river; thence north 30 degrees east, 1280 rods, to a hickory tree in Jack Littleton's Ridge Field; thence north 25 degrees, east 320 rods, to a large post oak, ten rods south of the old stage road on the ridge west of Thomas Carter's residence; thence north 1,040 rods to a large Spanish oak, near the dwelling of Levi Mays, including said Mays in the new county; thence north 20 degrees east, 456 rods, to an elm tree on the south bank of Clinch River, at a point opposite to Lackey's farm; thence up the center of Clinch River with its meanders about 2,136 rods, to the line of Knox County, at or near the mouth of Hickory Creek, thence with the line of Knox County to the Holston River, at or near the Saltpeter Cave; thence down said river with its meanders about 992 rods to a point on the south bank of said river where the dividing line between the lands of Sanders Leoper and J. K. Griffitts strikes the same; thence north 89 degrees east, 124 rods; thence south 71 degrees east, 194 rods; thence south 49 degrees east, 250 rods; thence south 37 degrees west, 430 rods; thence south 17 degrees west, 248 rods; thence south 10½ degrees east, 148 rods; thence south 5 degrees west, 114 rods; thence south 20½ degrees west, 22 rods; thence south 144 rods; thence south 32 degrees east, 450 rods; thence south 6½ degrees west, 182 rods to a red oak; thence south 15 degrees east, 88 rods; thence south 35 degrees, east 88 rods; thence south 35 degrees east, 240 rods; thence south 54 degrees east, 128 rods, to a pine north of H. Thompson's; thence south 87½ degrees east, 118 rods; thence south 52 degrees east, 168 rods to a pine north of Baker's Creek; thence south 16 degrees east, 173 rods; thence south 5 degrees west, 200 rods; thence south 59½ degrees west, 160 rods; thence south 42½ degrees west, 44 rods; thence south 38½ degrees west, 44½ rods; thence south 5 degrees west, 134 rods; thence south 32 degrees west, 220 rods; thence south 54 degrees west, 520 rods; thence south 58 degrees, west 158 rods; thence south 75 degrees west, 55 rods, to Nine Mill Creek; thence north 26½ degrees west, 184 rods, to Militia Springs; thence south, 78½ degrees west, 506 rods, to Wildcat Rock, on the east bank of Little Tennessee River; thence down said river with its meanders to the place of beginning, a distance of about 1,137 rods.
SECTION 3. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That for the purpose of perfecting the organization of said county of Christiana, James Mathews, F. R. Hackney, J. D. Jones, J. B. Tipton, W. Y. Huff, J. D. Turner, Major M. Rose, John W. Robinson, and Major William Hope, are hereby appointed Commissioners, who shall, before entering upon the discharge of their duties, take an oath to faithfully and impartially discharge all the duties imposed upon them by this act; and all vacancies that may occur previous to the organization of the County Court of said county, shall be filled by the remaining Commissioners. A majority of said Commissioners shall constitute a board to transact all things herein enjoined on them, and it shall be the duty of said board to keep a true record of their proceedings as Commissioners, which shall be returned to the County Court of said county of Christiana at the first term, to be entered upon the records of said court, and said Commissioners shall make such other reports thereafter as said court shall require.
SECTION 4. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That it shall be the duty of said Commissioners to designate three voting places in each of the fractions taken from Blount and Monroe, and six voting places in the fractions taken from Roane, and shall give ten day's notice, by written or printed circulars, posted in five or more public places in each fraction taken from the respective counties of Roane, Monroe and Blount, that an election will be held, in which all persons entitled to vote for members of the General Assembly, who have resided in the fraction proposed to be stricken off for six months immediately preceding said election, shall be entitled to vote, and each voter who desires to vote for the establishment of the new county, shall have on his ticket the words "new county," and those desiring to vote against the new county, shall have on their tickets the words "old county,” and if, upon the counting of all the votes cast at said election, it shall appear that two-thirds of all the qualified voters voting, have voted for the "new county,” then the county of Christiana shall be, and the same is hereby declared to be a county, with all the powers, rights and privileges, and subject to all the liabilities and duties with other counties in this state.
SECTION 5. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That said Commissioners shall appoint judges and clerks to hold said election, and also some suitable person as an officer in each place designated in such fraction, who shall have all the powers and perform all the duties imposed by law upon other officers and inspectors holding elections under the laws of this State, and who shall, after the polls are closed, and the votes counted, make out and certify the results, and return the same with a copy of the poll books to the Chairman of said Board of Commissioners, who shall, when the returns are all received, in the presence of said Board, proceed to compare the vote and certify the result; and the election herein provided for shall be held on the same day in each of said fractions, and if for any cause the election as herein provided, shall not be held in either of said fractions, on the day appointed, said Board shall provide for another election as herein provided in such fraction.
SECTION 6. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That said Commissioners shall have power and it shall be their duty to divide said county into such number of Civil Districts as the convenience of the inhabitants may require, (but in no event shall there be less that ten Civil Districts in said county,) designating the boundaries of and giving the places of holding election in said Districts, and they shall perform such other duties as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this act.
SECTION 7. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That said Commissioners shall appoint such suitable persons as they think proper to open and hold the election for said county of Christiana, and those so appointed shall have power to appoint deputies, clerks and judges, and by himself and deputies to administer all the necessary oaths, and do and perform all other duties now imposed upon officers holding similar elections, and such officers so appointed, and his deputies shall open and hold an election within thirty days after the result of the first election is known, for the purpose of electing a full quota of county officers, which election shall be held in each Civil District in said county of Christiana, and the officers so elected shall hold their offices until the next regular election of county officers takes place throughout the state.
SECTION 8. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That said Board of Commissioners at its first meeting shall designate a place within the limits of said County of Christiana where said Board shall meet; they shall meet upon their own adjournment, and may be convened at any time by their chairman.
SECTION 9. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That the different courts for the said county of Christiana, shall be held in the town of Loudon, and all process issuing from any of said courts returnable to that place shall be legal, and such courts shall be subject to the same rules and regulations, and exercise the same powers as courts of similar jurisdiction in other counties; said county shall be attached to the third Judicial Circuit, and the Circuit Courts thereof shall be held by the judge of said Circuit on the 2d Monday of April, August and December, in each and every year, and shall be attached to the eighth Chancery District, and the Chancery Court shall be holden on the fourth Mondays of June and December in each and every year. The County Court of said county of Christiana shall have the powers conferred by law upon County Courts, and meet at the time prescribed by law.
SECTION 10. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That when both parties to a suit at law, or equity, reside in the same fractional part of an old county, they shall have the right, upon application to the court wherein the suit is pending, to have the same removed, with a transcript of the records, to the new county hereby created.
SECTION 11. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That all officers of said county shall continue to hold their offices and perform the duties thereof until others are elected and qualified according to this act.
SECTION 12. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That is shall be duty of the tax collectors of Roane, Monroe and Blount Counties to pay over to the Trustee of Christiana County, when elected and qualified, that portion of the county tax of said counties as has been collected by such tax collector within the boundaries of Christiana County for 1870, and said trustees' receipt shall be a voucher to said tax collector on settlement with the trustees of said counties of Roane, Monroe and Blount.
SECTION 13. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That the Commissioners herein provided for shall receive such compensation as may be allowed them by the County Court after the organization of the county.
SECTION 14. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That the fractions taken from the counties of Roane, Monroe and Blount to form the county of Christiana shall continue liable for their pro rata of all debts contracted by their respective counties prior to the separation, and be entitled to their proportion of any stock or credits belonging to such old counties, and that this act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare requiring it.
Passed on May 27, 1870
ACTS OF TENNESSEE 1870, CHAPTER 77:
"An Act to amend an Act passed May 27, 1870, entitled an Act to establish the county of Christiana."
WHEREAS, In accordance with the provisions of an act passed May 27, 1870, to establish the county of Christiana, a popular election was held on the 18th day of June 1870; and
WHEREAS, At said election the popular vote, in each fraction, has elected to establish the county aforesaid, with great unanimity; therefore,
SECTION 1. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, That an election for county officers shall be held at all the voting places established by the Commissioners appointed to organize and district the county of Christiana, on the first Thursday in August, 1870; and it shall be the duty of the Chairman of said Board of Commissioners to furnish to the Secretary of State a certified return of the result of said election, as provided for in similar elections in other counties in this state.
SECTION 2. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That the Governor shall commission all the officers elected in and for said county, which are entitled to said commissions, as in other counties. It shall be the duty of the tax collectors for the counties of Roane, Monroe and Blount, to furnish to the tax collector of Christiana County, a transcript of their tax books of all the property and polls assessed and stricken off to the county of Christiana; and it shall be the duty of the County Court Clerk of said county, to copy and arrange the same in a book for the convenience of the said tax collector, as is now provided for by law in other counties in this state.
SECTION 3. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That the tax collectors of the counties of Roane, Monroe and Blount, are hereby estopped from collecting the taxes in the county of Christiana for the year 1870; Provided, that they may collect all arrearages for years preceding 1870; and Provided, that the tax collector of Christiana shall be held liable for the revenue placed in his hands, as other tax collectors in this state, and a certified copy of the transcript of the tax book shall be a voucher in the hands of the tax collectors of Roane, Monroe and Blount on settlement with their respective counties; said certificate to be made by the Clerk of Christiana County.
SECTION 4. BE IF FURTHER ENACTED, That the election for judicial and civil officers, to be held on the first Thursday in August, 1870, shall be held under the direction, and returns of the same made by the Commissioners heretofore appointed for the county of Christiana. The line between the counties of Christiana and Monroe are so changed as to include the quarter section of land upon which the residence of J. R. Robinson now is, in the county of Christiana and the Clerks of the Chancery and Circuit Courts for the counties of Roane, Monroe and Blount, upon the application of the Chancery and Circuit Court Clerks of the County of Christiana, shall furnish a full and complete transcript of the record, in either of the courts of the counties of Roane, Monroe and Blount, in which suit or suits the parties reside in the county of Christiana.
Said transcript shall include all bills of cost up to the time of transfer; and the clerks of the respective courts for the county of Christiana, shall enter the same upon the record of their respective courts, and the same shall proceed to final hearing, in the courts of the County of Christiana, the same as contemplated in the courts in which said suits originated; and the fee for issuing said transcript shall be added to the bill of cost in each suit, and it shall be the duty of the clerk, preparing the Acts and Journals of this session of the General Assembly for the printer, to strike out the name Christiana, where it may occur, in any and all acts in relation to said county, and insert the name Loudon in its stead, and said county shall hereafter be known as the county of Loudon, instead of the county of Christiana.
SECTION 5. BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with this act, be, and the same are hereby repealed; and that this act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare requiring it.
Passed on June 29, 1870
Loudon County Bibliography
PLEASE NOTE that the Tennessee State Library and Archives does not hold copies of all of the items listed in this bibliography. Please check the Tennessee State Library and Archives Online Catalog or visit the Ask Us a Question! web page to contact the Library and Archives and verify we have an item in our collection. We will respond to e-mail requests promptly; response time may vary, depending on the amount of research required to answer your question and the unique nature of your request. If you need immediate assistance you may call the reference desk at (615) 741-2764 or visit us in person.
Loudon County in General
- Beloved landmarks of Loudon County, TN. Loudon, Hiwassee Chapter, DAR, 1962. 66 pp.
- Biographical directory, TN General Assembly, 1796-1969 (Loudon County, Preliminary #24). Nashville, TSLA, 1971. 44 pp.
- Blount County Planning Comm. Comprehensive plan, Blount, Loudon, Monroe counties, TN. N.p., 1970. 1 vol.
- Burch, Mark S. Nesting ecology of mourning doves in Knox & Loudon counties, TN. Nashville, TN Wildlife Resources Agency, 1982. 83 pp.
- Chapman, Jefferson. The Kimberly-Clark site (40LD208) & site 40LD207. Knoxville, TN Anthrop. Assn., 1990. 73 pp.
- East TN Development District. Food stamp survey 1976: a summary report. Knoxville, the district, 1977. 17 vols.
- East TN Development District. Loudon County tourism analysis: a study for present & potential development. Knoxville, the district, 1975. 32 pp.
- Flood insurance study: Loudon County, TN, unincorporated areas. (Rev. Aug. 3, 1992). Washington, D.C., FEMA, 1992. 1 vol.
- Giffin, E.L. A catalogue showing a few of the resources & advantages of Loudon County, TN. Loudon, Record Print, 1888. 8 pp.
- Goodspeed's history of TN (Loudon County, pp. 825-828, 1081-1088). Goodspeed, 1887.
- Grant, Gertrude. A study of the social & economic conditions of negroes in Loudon County, TN. Atlanta, GA, Resource Dev. Internship Project, 1968. 32 pp.
- Hathaway, Donald J. The geology of a portion of the Red Knobs area, eastern Loudon County, TN. UT thesis, 1957. 42 pp.
- Interview with Mrs. John Carson, Jr.: Sweetwater Valley Convalescent Home, March 11, 1982, July 20, 1982. N.p., 1982. 32 pp.
- Loudon County, 1980-1987: an economic analysis. Nashville, TN Dept. Emp. Sec., 1988. 12 pp.
- Loudon County, we call it home. Loudon, IMAGES Publications, 1984. 47 pp.
- Loudon County living: 1987 guidebook. Loudon, IMAGES Publications, 1987. 47 pp.
- McCollough, Major C.R. & Charles H. Faulkner. "Excavation of the Higgs & Doughty sites, I-75 salvage archaeology." Nashville, TN Arch. Soc., 1973. 239 pp. (its Miscellaneous paper #12, 1973)
- Martel Methodist Church, 1795-1962. N.p., n.d.
- Soil survey, Loudon County, TN. Washington, D.C., US GPO, 1961. 113 pp.
- A survey of the seven TN public school systems in Blount, Loudon & Monroe counties. Knoxville? Submitted to Monroe Co. Bd. of Ed. Survey made by graduate students, UT, 1978. 96 pp.
- Temple, Charles M. A study of the vocational needs of the Lenoir City & Loudon County school systems. N.p., 1970. 106 pp.
- TN Dept. Transportation [county maps] issued periodically.
- TN Valley Authority. Solid waste management alternatives for the Loudon County, TN area. Knoxville, TVA, 1979. 64 pp.
- TN Valley Authority. Ind. Div. Agricultural-industrial survey of Loudon County, TN. Knoxville, TVA, 1935. var. pp.
- Timberlake new community general land use plan. N.p., TVA, 1976. 34 pp.
- US Geol. Survey [topographic maps] issued periodically. Quadrangles: Bethel Valley, Lovell, Cave Creek, Lenoir City, Concord, Pattie Gap, Philadelphia, Loudon, Meadow, Niota, Sweetwater, Madisonville, Vonore.
- Williams, David K. Rural residential subdivisions in Loudon County, TN. UT thesis, 1982. 104 pp.
- Wilson, Lee A. Archaeological investigations at the Carmichael Inn site: testing a model for cultural patterning of the rural nineteenth century inn in the ridge & valley of TN. UT thesis, 1989. 163 pp.
Bat Creek Stone/Bat Creek Area
- Faulkner, Charles H. The Bat Creek stone. Knoxville, TN Anthrop. Assn., 1992. 124 pp.
- McCullooch, J. Huston. "The Bat Creek inscription: Cherokee or Hebrew?" TN Anthrop. 13 (1988), pp. 79-123.
- McCulloch, J. Huston. "The Bat Creek stone: a reply to Mainfort & Kwas." TN Anthrop. 18 (1993), pp. 1-26.
- Mahan, Joseph B., Jr. "The Bat Creek stone." TN Arch. 27 (1971), pp. 38-45.
- Mainfort, Robert C. & Mary L. Kwas. "The Bat Creek fraud." TN Anthrop. 18 (1993), pp. 87-93.
- Mainfort, Robert C. & Mary L. Kwas. "The Bat Creek stone: Judeans in TN?" TN Anthrop. 16 (1991), pp. 1-19.
- Schroedl, Gerald F. Archaeological investigations at the Harrison Branch & Bat Creek sites in the Tellico Reservoir. Knoxville, UT, 1975. 284 pp.
- Best, Edwin J. A place called Greenback: an east TN town at the turn of the century, 1870-1917. Maryville, the author, 1993. 150 pp.
- Flood insurance study: city of Greenback, TN, Loudon County. Washington, D.C., FEMA, 1988. 10 pp.
- Forkner, Samuel F. Remembering our heritage: townspeople do the "impossible": scrapbook. Greenback, the author, 1986. 689 pp.
- Greenback: in the spotlight. Samuel F. Forkner, chairman of Homecoming '86. N.p., 1986. 36 pp.
- Montgomery, Johnnie E. Oakland United Methodist Church, Trigonia community, Greenback, TN. Maryville, the author, 1982. 108 pp.
- Burrage, H.S. "Retreat from Lenoir & siege of Knoxville." Atlantic Monthly 18 (1866), pp. 21-30.
- Flood insurance study: city of Lenoir City, TN, Loudon County. (Rev. Aug. 18, 1992). Washington, D.C., FEMA, 1992. 1 vol.
- Hawn, Ashley T. The Lenoir City Company, an attempt in community development. UT thesis, 1940. pp.
- Marfield, Samuel. "Lenoir City, TN." (In East TN historical & biographical, pp. 421-433)
- Windows to the past: a historic album of the Lenoir City area. Lenoir City, American studies class, Lenoir City High School & the Lenoir City Chamber of Commerce, Inc., 1982. 112 pp.
- Donaldson, John G. Loudon annexation study. Knoxville, MTAS, 1958. 16 pp.
- Flood insurance study: city of Loudon, TN, Loudon County. Washington, D.C., FEMA, 1977. 17 pp.
- Flood insurance study: city of Loudon, TN, Loudon County. (Rev. May 1982). Washington, D.C., FEMA, 1982. 17 pp.
- Loudon Regional Plann. Comm. The economic development potential of the Loudon-Matlock Bend area of Loudon County, TN. Knoxville, n.p., 1974. 92 pp.
- Polhemus, James H. An assessment of the archaeological potential of townsite of Morganton in Loudon County, TN. Knoxville, TVA, 1978. 30 pp.
Tellico Reservoir/Tellico Area/Snail Darter Controversy
- Bailey, Sharon D. A three inch fish & a hundred million dollar project: TVA's snail darter controversy. N.p., 1976. 18 pp.
- Brooks, Cynthia & Jim Thompson. Tellico Dam & the snail darter. Knoxville, TN, Spectrum Communications, 1991. pp.
- Chapman, Jefferson, ed. The 1979 archaeological & geological investigations in the Tellico Reservoir. N.p., 1980. 215 pp.
- Davis, Robert K. Tellico Dam & Reservoir: a report. Washington, D.C., n.p., 1979. 53 pp.
- Development opportunities study Tellico Reservoir property: Blount, Loudon & Monroe counties, TN. Nashville, John Coleman Hayes & Assoc., Inc., 1982. 275 pp.
- Hickman, Gary D. A report on the ecology & conservation of the snail darter (percina tanasi etnier), 1975-1977. N.p., TVA, 1978. 207 pp.
- The 1977 archaeological survey: an overall assessment of the archaeological resources of Tellico Reservoir. Norris, TVA, 1985. 359 pp.
- Program to conserve the snail darter, percina (imostoma). Norris, TVA, 1975. 62 pp.
- Schroedl, Gerald F. The Patrick site (40MR40), Tellico Reservoir, TN: a report submitted to the TVA & the Heritage Conservation & Recreation Service in accordance with the provisions of TVA contracts TV-38339A & TV-48117A & HCRS contracts CX 5000-3-0864, CX 5000-4-1028, & CX 5000-8-0180. Chattanooga, TVA, 1978. 241 pp.
- Siegel, Paul B. Economic & fiscal impacts of Tellico Village, Loudon County, TN. Knoxville, UT Ag. Exp. Sta., 1992. 39 pp.
- Snail darter case: Tellico Dam project. Macon, GA, Mercer University Law Clinic, 1979. 2 videocassettes
- Snail darter recovery plan. Rev. by Recovery team: R.G. Biggins & R.B. Eager in consultation with the Snail Darter Recovery Plan. N.p., l983. 46 pp.
- Starnes, Wayne C. The ecology & life history of the endangered snail darter, percina (imstoma) tanasi etnier. UT thesis, 1977. 144 pp.
- Tellico archaeology: 12,000 years of native American history. Norris, TVA, 1985. 136 pp.
- Tellico Dam: final geologic & foundation treatment report. Knoxville, TVA, 1982. 1 vol.
- TN Valley Authority. Alternatives for completing the Tellico Project. Knoxville, TVA, 1978. 258 pp.
- TN Valley Authority. The Tellico Project of the TVA. Knoxville, TVA, 1966. 13 pp.
- TN Valley Authority. Div. of Forestry, Fisheries, & Wildlife Dev. Population age structure & distribution-- Little TN & Hiwassee Rivers. N.p., TVA, 1977. 7 pp.
- Thompson, Jim & Cynthia Brooks. Tellico Dam & the snail darter. Knoxville, Spectrum Communications, 1991. 192 pp.
- Wheeler, William B. TVA & the Tellico Dam, 1936-1979: a bureaucratic crisis in post-industrial America. N.p., 1986. 290 pp.