Campbell County War Memorial – Jacksboro TN

Project type: Monuments and Memorials
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Description

The Campbell County War Memorial was built by the National Youth Administration in 1938. The monument is shaped as a stone obelisk set on a base of stone infilled with earth. It is flanked by two World War I period cannons. A metal American Eagle rests on top of the memorial.

The monument, sponsored by the American Legion and the Spanish-American War Veterans, was dedicated to the Campbell County troops who died in the Spanish American War and World War I.

Source notes

Van West, Carroll, Tennessee's New Deal Landscape: A Guidebook, Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 2001, p. 160-161.

Steve Rajtar, Frances Elizabeth Franks, War Monuments, Museums and Library Collections of 20th Century Conflicts: A Directory of United States Sites, McFarland & Co, 2002, p. 222.

Project originally submitted by Ernest Everett Blevins on November 28, 2017.

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Location Info


590 Main Street
Jacksboro, TN

Location notes: Located at the Campbell County Courthouse lawn on the north side of Main Street between Liberty Street and Paris Nance Road. 36o 19.839 -84 o 10.944

Coordinates: 36.3299113, -84.18407589999998

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