Whiteside, Tennessee

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Whiteside, Tennessee
Unincorporated community
Whiteside, Tennessee is located in Tennessee
Whiteside, Tennessee
Whiteside, Tennessee
Coordinates: 34°59′14″N 85°29′52″W / 34.98722°N 85.49778°W / 34.98722; -85.49778Coordinates: 34°59′14″N 85°29′52″W / 34.98722°N 85.49778°W / 34.98722; -85.49778
Country United States
State Tennessee
County Marion
Elevation 807 ft (246 m)
Time zone Central (CST) (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)
Area code(s) 423
GNIS feature ID 1314101[1]

Whiteside (formerly Aetna, Etna and Running Water) is an unincorporated community in Marion County, Tennessee,[1] named after James Anderson Whiteside (1803-1861), attorney, Chattanooga railroad promoter and land investor. It lies at an elevation of 807 feet (246 m).

History[edit]

For the decade preceding his death in 1792, Dragging Canoe lived at Running Water, a Chickamauga Cherokee town. Railroad tracks, Whiteside train tunnel and Whiteside trestle 1863 make Whiteside a significant location in the passage through the Tennessee River valley from Chattanooga to points west.

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