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The Tennessee state capital is Nashville.
The population of Greeneville is approximately 13,532 (1990), 15062 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 6,058 (1990), 6478 (2010).
The amount of land area in Greeneville is 28.524 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Greeneville to Washington DC is 379 miles.
The distance to the Tennessee state capital is 224 miles. (as the crow flies)
Greeneville is positioned 36.16 degrees north of the equator and 82.81 degrees west of the prime meridian.


Dickson-Williams Mansion
108 N. Irish St.
Greeneville, Tennessee
Phone: 423-787-7746 or 423-638-4111
Build between 1815 and 1821 by William Dickson, Greeneville's first postmaster, for his daughter, Catharine. Many famous historical figures have visited here. During the Civil War, officers from both sides stayed at the mansion. General John Hunt Morgan, the famous "Rebel Raider," was killed in the garden here on 4 September 1864.

Doak House Museum
Hwy 107
Greeneville, Tennessee
Phone: 423-636-7348 or 423-636-8554
Located in the original home of Tusculum College's first president, this museum emphasis is on the special aspects of a classical education taught on the frontier of America. Please call for hours and details.

Nathanael Greene Museum
106 W. McKee St.
Phone: 423-636-1558
This museum traces the history of Greenville and Greene County.

Former U.S. President Andrew Johnson
Andrew Johnson National Historic Site
College & Depot Sts.
Phone: 423-638-3551
The site includes: a visitor's center, pres. Johnson's tailor shop, two homes of the former president and the National Cemetery. Please call for details.

President Andrew Johnson Museum & Library
Tusculum College
Gilland Rd.
Greeneville, Tennessee
Phone: 423-636-7348
President Andrew Johnson lived in Greeneville with his family throughout his life. This official Presidential Museum and Library, in cooperation with the National Park Service site, helps to tell the story of his life before and after his presidency.
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