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7 Things About Williamson County You Might Not Know

3. A Monday Drive Today, A Death-Defying Pass Then When the first settlers came down from the Nashville-area, just getting here meant putting your life...

7 Things About Williamson County You Might Not Know

2. 1 County or 44 Communities? The county might have been officially founded in October 1799, but a bit before and very much after, 44...

7 Things About Williamson County You Might Not Know

4. Natchez Trace Prehistoric Highway The Natchez Trace is the oldest man-made feature in all of Williamson County. Really, it has been here longer than humans. It...

7 Things About Williamson County You Might Not Know

7. Birthplace of Country Music Legends Ever heard of Sam and Kirk McGee? The legendary country-music duo was born in southeastern Williamson County in the 1890s....

7 Things About Williamson County You Might Not Know

6. The Railroad Was Second in the State Today, you might at night hear a lonely train whistle as it goes through the county. In the...

7 Things About Williamson County You Might Not Know

Here are some interesting things about Williamson County, its history, the people who have lived in it and what they have done. 1. Revolutionary War...

7 Things About Williamson County You Might Not Know

5. Wealth Then and Now The good soil that made Williamson County a place worth fighting and dying over in the late 18th century turned...

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