Carpenter's Station, Tennessee
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Carpenter's Station, Tennessee, is an unincorporated historical community in Lawrence County, Tennessee established in 1884. The name was changed to Springer's Station when the railroad was extended to the station.
- USGS, Geographic Names Information System: Feature Detail Report for: Springers Station, ID 1303775, accessed 9 Jan 2010.
- 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.
- Estha Cole: Places in Lawrence County, Tennessee "Then and Now", n.p., 1985, p. 83.
- 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 http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tnwayne/bufriver.htm, accessed 30 Dec 2009.