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George Jones House Comes Down For Campus Expansion

Published: 9:29 AM, 04/03/2013


Contractors demolished the George Jones house, 224 N. Main St. in Greeneville, on Apr. 2, 2013. The house, which dates from the 1830-1865 period, was removed to accommodate expansion of the Greeneville/Greene County campus of Walters State Community College. Greeneville Sun video by Brian Cutshall.

Channels: News  History 
Keywords: George  Jones  House,  Greeneville,  WSCC,  Walters  State  Community  College 


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