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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.

Updated: 01.02.2017


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    Looking Down The River :: Kingsport Tennessee Netherland Inn
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    Looking From The Porch :: Kingsport Tennessee Netherland Inn
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    From Across The River :: Kingsport Tennessee Netherland Inn
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    Netherland Inn - The Nation's only registered historical site which was both a stage stop and a boatyard.

    The historic Netherland Inn rises high above the Holston River. "From the 1760s travelers came by wagon down the Island Road to the river bank where they built boats and migrated west. Originally built by William King in 1802 and 1808 for the sole purpose of developing a boat yard from which to ship his salt, the Netherland Inn was later sold at a sheriff's sale in 1818 to Richard Netherland.

    Netherland immediately procured a stage contract and established this beautiful three-story building as an inn and tavern on the Great Old Stage Road, the main route to Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee. The Netherland Inn became established as a popular stagecoach inn hosting many famous persons including Presidents Andrew Jackson, Andrew Johnson and James Polk." Netherland Inn

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