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Johnson City

37601, 37604

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The Tennessee state capital is Nashville.
The population of Johnson City is approximately 49,381 (1990), 63152 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 21,241 (1990), 27017 (2010).
The amount of land area in Johnson City is 79.244 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.385 sq kilometers.
The distance from Johnson City to Washington DC is 351 miles.
The distance to the Tennessee state capital is 250 miles. (as the crow flies)
Johnson City is positioned 36.33 degrees north of the equator and 82.36 degrees west of the prime meridian.


Carroll Reece Museum
East Tennessee State University
Phone: 423-439-4392
Visit this history museum and art gallery with six galleries. Please call for hours and details.

Rocky Mount
200 Hyder Hill Rd.
Piney Flats, Tennessee
Phone: 423-538-7396
This two-story log house was the original capitol of the Southwest Territory. The visitor is greeted by historically-clothed interpreters who introduce them to the many features of the site. See the original main house, kitchen and other reconstructed buildings, plus the Massengill Museum of Overmountain History. Please call for details.

Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site
2620 S. Roan St.
Johnson City, Tennessee
Phone: 423-926-3631
This is the home of Colonel John Tipton, John Tipton, Jr. and Confederate Senator Landon C. Haynes. All three played major roles in the area history from 1783 to 1870. This was the site of the Battle of the "Lost State of Franklin." Please call for details.
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