It is all about seeing it as it may have been. I have always wanted to see original Kingsport. Thus, these snapshots are historically imagined.
Enjoy a slower day. Visit a few spots in Kings Port. Visit a few places before the name Kings Port was applied to this area.
'Chief' the Eagle flies once more over the Holston River and the Cherokee Nation's Long Island
Before / After : Imagine Kingsport 300 years ago... :)
HAPPY SUMMER 2020 ! KINGSPORT TENNESSEE! August 21 2020 is our 198th Anniversary for the first City Charter 1822
Be a part of : King's Port On The Holston The planning of the new waterfront. more... See the Flatboat Reconstruction. New extension of Greenbelt Walkway is completed. New building additions added beside Netherland Inn.
2016 Kingsport Collector Calendar
The Mountain, The River, The City
Find at : I Love Books Bookstore Kingsport Town Center / Fort Henry Mall
...423.378.5859 : Beside JCPenneys upper level
Click to get your Calendar :) 2016
Throughout the years known as The Model City :: Kingsport Tennessee
NEW Interstate I-26 Exit Numbers Exit 1 at 11W and I-26 Exit 3 to Meadowview Conference Center Exit 4 to Wilcox Drive and Meadowview Conference Center Exit 8 is the new I-26 Exit at the Interstate 81 junction.
DiscoverKingsport.com would like to honor Dan Crowe who passed away December 1, 2005. Part of my inspiration in the back of my heart was to develop this site to fulfill a regret I had in High School. Coach Crowe allowed me lots of out-of-class time to work on a video project about the history of Tennessee Eastman. It turned out that the school television equipment could not handle the project due to the new studio being constructed. I wanted to let him know that his influence as a teacher and a gentleman was not forgotten. You may read about Dan Crowe's influence in our community here.
Thank you Dan Crowe. I look forward to seeing you again.
We are looking for any Historical Sign or Marker in the Kingsport Tennessee area. At this time there is no record of all these historical areas. The list will be made available at the Chamber of Commerce, Netherland Inn/Exchange Place Association and Internet for the public.