One Of The Oldest Homes In The State Is Hidden In This Tennessee State Park

Tennessee is rife with history, known for its role as the “Volunteer State” during the war of 1812 and for it’s last in, first out role in the Confederacy during the Civil War. It’s a state that’s constantly seeking to do what is right, one that’s made up of good, southern folk who care about hospitality over personal achievement. Buoyed by the beauty of the state’s past and present, it’s always good to remain aware of where your home state’s history to understand it’s a contemporary reality. The Stonecipher-Kelly house is hidden away in a state park, and it tells quite the story…

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Looking to see the house for yourself? Check out the event calendar at Frozen Head State Park!