Carpenter's Station, Tennessee

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Carpenter's Station, Tennessee, is an unincorporated historical community[1] in Lawrence County, Tennessee[2] established in 1884. The name was changed to Springer's Station when the railroad was extended to the station.[3][4]


  1. ^ USGS, Geographic Names Information System: Feature Detail Report for: Springers Station, ID 1303775, accessed 9 Jan 2010.
  2. ^ Estha Cole, Peggy Littrell, Henry Beckman, Kathy Kiedergeses, Donna Ramsey, and Viola Carpenter: History of Loretto, Tennessee Area: As We Remember; As We've Been Told, Byler Press, Lawrenceburg, Tenn., 1997, p. 139.
  3. ^ Estha Cole: Places in Lawrence County, Tennessee "Then and Now", n.p., 1985, p. 83.
  4. ^ Edgar D. Byler, III: The Development of The Iron Industry in The Upper Buffalo River Valley, a paper delivered before a joint meeting of the Lewis County Historical Society and the Wayne County Historical Society at Oak Grove Methodist Church, Lewis County, Tennessee, September 10, 1989, posted at, accessed 30 Dec 2009.