Greeneville, Tennessee


Nestled at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains sits Greeneville, Tennessee. It was named after Nathaniel Greene, a Quaker known during the Revolutionary War. The town was once the capital of the petitioned State of Franklin, but the plan fell through. Greeneville was officially recognized as a town in 1786.  The US Census bureau estimates the population of the town of Greeneville at 14,898 and Greene County at 69,087 people.  The climate changes depending on the season. Some areas see snow in the winter, especially in the higher elevations.

There are many great sites to see in Greeneville. One of the most known is President Andrew Johnson’s home and tailor shop located at the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site.  This is a great place to learn about the 17th President of the United States. Also, check out the Greeneville- Greene County History Museum. It outlines the history of Greene County and has something to appeal to all ages.

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