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  • Historical Park

    The Thomas Amis Historical Park is located on Big Creek here in beautiful Rogersville, Tennessee. Load up the family and come visit.

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  • Capt Thomas Amis

    A Revolutionary War Hero, Capt Thomas Amis was a man of substance, in a time of great change. Take the historical tour!

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  • Shop Online

    Safely shop for Amis historical Silver Coins, Gift Cards, Postcards, T-Shirts, Sweat Shirts and more. Flat Rate Shipping $4.95! Shop Online Today!

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Thomas Amis Historical Site Est. 1780.

Recent Posts

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    Creekside Fireplace

    The new fireplace is ready for the cool fall nights on your cozy retreat in the Creekside Cabin at Amis Mill!  East TN is most beautiful in fall when leaves are changing to vivid hues of orange, yellow and red.

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    Davy Crocket Park 2014

    The 2nd Annual Crockett Days Celebration was held on August 16-17, 2014 at the Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park in Limestone, TN.  The event is a celebration of Davy Crockett’s birth and life as a colonial pioneer.  The event featured re-enactors in period dress available to the public with arts and crafts samples of the […]

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    Antique Flax Hetchel Comb

    Another fascinating Amis treasure is this handmade antique primitive flax hetchel comb, circa 1700s.

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    Wildlife at Amis Mill

    Check out these precious little fawns on the grounds at Amis Mill…

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    Cabinets Installed at Cabin

    We’re in the home-stretch at the Cabin!  The cabinet installation is nearing completion.  With some other final touches, it will be ready soon!

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    Blacksmith’s Artifacts

    Wow! Check out this variety of new artifacts uncovered at the site of the old Blacksmith Shop at Amis Mill!

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    Foundation Stones of Blacksmith Shop

    Here’s a new pic of the large foundation stones of the Blacksmith Shop.

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    Initialed Slate Artifact Found

    A slender piece of slate with the letters “MA” was found at the site of the Blacksmith Shop recently.  We will have some analysis done to determine its use originally.

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Rogersville, TN
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