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Haywood County Tennessee




Taylor-King-Gruenewald-Watts House, ca. 1867, 324 N. Washington Avenue, North Washington Historic District, Brownsville, TN, National Register

Photo: Taylor-King-Gruenewald-Watts House, ca. 1867, 324 N. Washington Avenue, North Washington Historic District, Brownsville, TN The Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015. Photograph by Rebecca Hightower, 2013, for nomination document, North Washington Historic District, Haywood County, TN, NR# 14000448, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places, accessed February, 2017.

Haywood County administrative offices are located at 1 North Washington Street, Brownsville, TN 38012; phone: 731-772-1432.

Created in 1823, Haywood County was named for John Haywood [1762-1826] who served as a judge on the Tennessee Supreme Court.

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