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Tour Historic Westwood SPECIAL MESSAGE In an effort to limit the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Historic Westwood will be temporarily closed for public tours through September 30, 2020. Knox Heritage and Read more...
The Knox Heritage Board of Directors and our staff has been looking forward to sharing this inaugural edition of The Preservationists with you. It takes the support of many individuals Read more...
The Knox Heritage mission is to preserve structures and places of historic or cultural significance for our community. Preserve. Restore. Transform. More than a tagline, our mission is fulfilled in many ways. Click HERE Read more...
MAKE A DONATION TO THE HISTORIC PROPERTIES FUND AND HELP US FINISH THE HOUSE   1815 Highland Avenue is the current Knox Heritage Historic Preservation Fund Project. Grantor funding to move the house, Read more...
The first known textile-related industry in Knoxville was a cotton spinning factory built by William Oldham in 1833. The factory was located along First Creek and featured dams that were Read more...
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