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Nicholas Gibbs Log Cabin

Nicholas Gibbs Log Cabin – Lisa Starbuck

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Nicholas Gibbs was a revolutionary war hero who moved to East Tennessee from North Carolina in the late 1790’s with his wife, the former Mary Efland. The log cabin he built in what is now the Gibbs community has been in the same family for over 200 years. Nicholas and Mary Gibbs are buried in the Gibbs family cemetery on Emory Road.

For more information, visit http://www.nicholasgibbs.org

How to Get There

The log cabin is located at 7633 East Emory Road, Corryton, Tennessee, near Harbison’s Crossroads. From Harbison's Crossroads in Gibbs, travel northeast on Emory Road about 1/2 mile and the house is on the left.

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Time Period Represented

1790 - present

Hours

By appointment - call Joe Longmire at (865) 687-0314 for more information

Seasons Open

Year round

Pricing

Visitor Fees

Free, gratuity or donations accepted