Housekeeping with John Sevier

Well, as of today, I’ve been given the honor and privilege of being associated with one of the coolest historic sites in East Tennessee.  I’m now on the Board of Directors for the Governor John Sevier Memorial Association, which oversees Marble Springs State Historic Site in Knoxville.  Sevier spent the last fifteen years of his remarkably eventful life there.

Needless to say, this is pretty exciting for an early Tennessee/King’s Mountain enthusiast like me.  Marble Springs has an extremely dedicated and talented staff, and I’m looking forward to being involved.

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Filed under Appalachian History, Museums and Historic Sites, Tennessee History

8 responses to “Housekeeping with John Sevier

  1. Congratulations, Michael! Marble Springs is fortunate to have you on board (pun intended)!

  2. Congratulations, Michael!

  3. Martha

    Congratulations – I have never been but have had it on my list of places to go for some time.

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