Tennessee County, Tennessee

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'''Tennessee County''' was organized in 1788 on land in the modern state of [[Tennessee]], but which at the time was part of [[North Carolina]]. It was formed from part of the old [[Davidson County, Tennessee|Davidson County]]. The area that became Tennessee State was later separated from North Carolina.
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In 1796 the modern state of Tennessee was created. It was at this time that Tennessee County gave up its name to the new state. At that time Tennessee County was divided into [[Montgomery County, Tennessee|Montgomery]] and [[Robertson County, Tennessee|Robertson]] counties. The land of the extinct Tennessee County now forms the modern [[Robertson County, Tennessee|Robertson]], Montgomery, and Robertson counties and portions of [[Stewart County, Tennessee|Stewart]], [[Dickson County, Tennessee|Dickson]], [[Cheatham County, Tennessee|Cheatham]], and [[Houston County, Tennessee|Houston]] counties.<ref>"Tennessee County" in ''Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia'' at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennessee_County (accessed 25 May 2010).</ref>
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Tennessee County was organized in 1788 on land in the modern state of Tennessee, but which at the time was part of North Carolina. It was formed from part of the old Davidson County. The area that became Tennessee State was later separated from North Carolina.

In 1796 the modern state of Tennessee was created. It was at this time that Tennessee County gave up its name to the new state. At that time Tennessee County was divided into Montgomery and Robertson counties. The land of the extinct Tennessee County now forms the modern Robertson, Montgomery, and Robertson counties and portions of Stewart, Dickson, Cheatham, and Houston counties.[1]

Wikipedia
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References

  1. "Tennessee County" in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennessee_County (accessed 25 May 2010).