Silver Point, Tennessee

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Silver Point is an unincorporated community in Putnam County, Tennessee, United States, scattered around the intersection of State Highway 141, State Highway 56, and Interstate 40, about halfway between Cookeville and Smithville.[1][2]

Landmarks[edit]

Notable features include the National Register of Historic Places: West End Church of Christ Silver Point. Edgar Evins State Park is also nearby.

Notable people[edit]

Notable natives include journalist Christine Sadler and her brother James C. Sadler.

Notes[edit]

Coordinates: 36°05′26″N 85°43′47″W / 36.09056°N 85.72972°W / 36.09056; -85.72972