The rise and fall of Tennessee’s ‘lost county’

Posted 3/16/23

Tennessee has 95 counties, and there used to be a 96th. Known as James County, it was a tiny sliver of a county east of Hamilton and west of Bradley. Formed after the Civil War, it was done away with shortly after World War I.

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