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Encyclopedia > Knoxville Whig

The Knoxville Whig was a Knoxville, Tennessee paper begun by William G. Brownlow.


The paper was later named the Knoxville Journal.


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Civil War in Knoxville (1062 words)
Knoxville, a small city of about 3,700 people according to the 1860 census, was strategically very important to the Confederates during the Civil War.
Knoxville was the home of one of the most intense Union supporters, William Brownlow, editor of the Knoxville Whig newspaper.
After some skirmishes west of Knoxville (near Campbell's Station), the Federal troops entrenched themselves on the edge of Knoxville with trenches that ran from Melrose Hall (behind Hodges Library) to the present junction of Laurel and 17th Street.
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