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Loudon City

Loudon City Hall is located at 201 Alma Place, Loudon, TN 37774; phone: 865-458-2033.

Albert Lenoir House, ca. 1880, River Road (Route 72), Loudon, TN, National Register

Photo: Albert Lenoir House, ca. 1880, River Road (Route 72), Loudon, TN. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Photographed by User:Brian Stansberry (own work), 2009, [cc-by-3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons, accessed June, 2013.

Loudon as described in 1939 [1]

Loudon (population 2,578), seat of Loudon County, is the outgrowth of a settlement, Blair's Ferry, which was on the north bank of the Tennessee River. It is the trade and shipping center of a farming area, and has the small hosiery and chair factories usually found in the towns of this area. The John Blair House was built in 1839 on land acquired from an Indian Chief named Pathkiller.

  1. Works Progress Administration, Federal Writers' Program, Tennessee: A Guide to the State, American Guide Series, Tennessee Department of Conservation, Stratford Press, 1939.
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