Rocky Mount Museum Historic Site

Description

Nearby that beautiful marker is the Rocky Mount Living History Museum in Piney Flats, Tennessee. The museum includes the farmstead of William Cobb from the 1770s. The Cobb home served as the seat of government and residence of Governor William Blunt of the Southwest Territory from 1791 until Tennessee statehood in 1796.

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Rocky Mount Living History Museum

This log cabin home was built by William Cobb and serves to day as part of the exhibit at Rocky Mount Living History Museum. | Creator: photo by Randell Jones [View Additional File Details]

The main home and dependencies

Several log buildings comprise the home of William Cobb. | Creator: photographs by Randell Jones [View Additional File Details]

Living history encounter at Rocky Mount

Visitors to Rocky Mount interact with costumed interpreters and tour the grounds as well as the Massengill Overmountain Museum. | Creator: Randell Jones [View Additional File Details]

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Randell Jones, “Rocky Mount Museum Historic Site,” Daniel Boone's Trail, accessed September 17, 2019, http:/​/​bythewaywebf.​webfactional.​com/​dboone/​items/​show/​20.​
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