About White Plains (Cookeville, Tennessee)

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White Plains is an antebellum plantation house located in Algood, Tennessee near the U.S. city of Cookeville. In the 19th century, the plantation provided a key stopover along the Walton Road, an early stagecoach road connecting Knoxville and Nashville, and in 1854 served as a temporary county seat for the newly formed Putnam County. In 2009, the house was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

Source From: Wikipedia
Abby Court, Putnam County, Tennessee, United States of America, 38506

Nearest places in White Plains (Cookeville, Tennessee)