Lincoln County, Tennessee

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From the book ''Heritage of Lincoln County, Tennessee'', Page 1 :
 
From the book ''Heritage of Lincoln County, Tennessee'', Page 1 :
  
"Before 1806, the area around LCT was a wilderness and inhabited. There may have been a little scouting into the area from N. Alabama, the Mississippi Territory, but no settlers.
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"Before 1806, the area around LCT was a wilderness and uninhabited. There may have been a little scouting into the area from N. Alabama, the Mississippi Territory, but no settlers.
  
 
"The first official record we find of persons in the area was in early 1806 when a survey party led by a young surveyor named James Bright, who had been given the job by his uncle, William P. Anderson, then living in Nashville.
 
"The first official record we find of persons in the area was in early 1806 when a survey party led by a young surveyor named James Bright, who had been given the job by his uncle, William P. Anderson, then living in Nashville.

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