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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...
[video width="960" height="720" mp4="http://knoxheritage.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/KH-Awards-Movie.mp4"][/video] KNOX HERITAGE AND ETPA ANNOUNCE 2019 EAST TENNESSEE PRESERVATION AWARDS East Tennessee is a beautiful region that is rich with history and interesting places. Each year, Knox Heritage Read more...
2019 Fragile & Fading List Announced on May 17 Knox Heritage announced its 2019 Fragile & Fading list of historically significant properties in immediate need of a preservation plan during the Read more...
Knox Heritage’s popular series of fundraising dinners, Summer Suppers, takes place annually in some of the region’s most spectacular historic and culturally significant places. The Suppers are organized by host Read more...
The latest Knox Heritage renovation project has transformed this blighted property in the Park City National Register District into a beautiful home once again. The residence was built in 1912 for Read more...
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