Amis Mill Eatery

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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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    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.

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Thursday - Saturday 11am - 9pm
Sunday 11am - 7pm

127 W Bear Hollow Rd
Rogersville, TN
(423) 272-7040

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