College Grove, Tennessee
Williamson County was founded in 1799, and College Grove was one of its early communities. College Grove gained population during 1880-1920. College Grove includes commercial and rural structures.:3,4,8,9
In the 1880s, College Grove had "100 residents, with three cotton gins, two corn and saw mills, two general stores, and a wagon maker.":29
Places listed on the National Register in or near College Grove are:
- William Allison House, Alternate U.S. Route 31, 2 miles south of College Grove
- The Bank of College Grove, Alternate U.S. Route 31
- Bostick Female Academy, on U.S. Route 41A in Triune, is listed in the NRIS database as being in College Grove.
- College Grove Methodist Church, Alternate U.S. Route 31
- William Ogilvie House, western side of Alternate U.S. Route 31, 1 mile south of College Grove
- Dr. Urban Owen House, Alternate U.S. Route 31
- Parks Place, Cox Rd.
- Thomason Associates and Tennessee Historical Commission (February, 1988). "Historic Resources of Williamson County (Partial Inventory of Historic and Architectural Properties), National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination". National Park Service.
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