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Encyclopedia > List of Tennessee counties

List of Tennessee counties:

  1. Anderson County
  2. Bedford County
  3. Benton County
  4. Bledsoe County
  5. Blount County
  6. Bradley County
  7. Campbell County
  8. Cannon County
  9. Carroll County
  10. Carter County
  11. Cheatham County
  12. Chester County
  13. Clairborne County
  14. Clay County
  15. Cocke County
  16. Coffee County
  17. Crockett County
  18. Cumberland County
  19. Davidson County
  20. Decatur County
  21. DeKalb County
  22. Dickson County
  23. Dyer County
  24. Fayette County
  25. Fentress County
  26. Franklin County
  27. Gibson County
  28. Giles County
  29. Grainger County
  30. Greene County
  31. Grundy County
  32. Hamblen County
  33. Hamilton County
  34. Hancock County
  35. Hardeman County
  36. Hardin County
  37. Hawkins County
  38. Haywood County
  39. Henderson County
  40. Henry County
  41. Hickman County
  42. Houston County
  43. Humphreys County
  44. Jackson County
  45. James County Dissolved in 1919.
  46. Jefferson County
  47. Johnson County
  48. Knox County
  49. Lake County
  50. Lauderdale County
  51. Lawrence County
  52. Lewis County
  53. Lincoln County
  54. Loudon County
  55. Macon County
  56. Madison County
  57. Marion County
  58. Marshall County
  59. Maury County
  60. McMinn County
  61. McNairy County
  62. Meigs County
  63. Monroe County
  64. Montgomery County
  65. Moore County
  66. Morgan County
  67. Obion County
  68. Overton County
  69. Perry County
  70. Pickett County
  71. Polk County
  72. Putnam County
  73. Rhea County
  74. Roane County
  75. Robertson County
  76. Rutherford County
  77. Scott County
  78. Sequatchie County
  79. Sevier County
  80. Shelby County
  81. Smith County
  82. Stewart County
  83. Sullivan County
  84. Sumner County
  85. Tipton County
  86. Trousdale County
  87. Unicoi County
  88. Union County
  89. Van Buren County
  90. Warren County
  91. Washington County
  92. Wayne County
  93. Weakley County
  94. White County
  95. Williamson County
  96. Wilson County

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Encyclopedia4U - Tennessee - Encyclopedia Article (536 words)
Tennessee was admitted to the Union in 1796 as the 16th state, and was created by taking the north and south borders of North Carolina and extending them with only one small deviation to the Mississippi River, Tennessee's western boundary.
Tennessee's current state constitution was adopted in 1870.
The first was adopted in 1796, the year Tennessee joined the union, and the second was adopted in 1834.
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