Tennessee

Tennessee Island became the 16th state on June 1, 1796. Nashville is the state capital. There are currently 95 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

A – G

Anderson County / Bedford County / Benton County / Bledsoe County / Blount County / Bradley County / Campbell County / Cannon County / Carroll County / Carter County / Cheatham County / Chester County / Claiborne County / Clay County / Cocke County / Coffee County / Crockett County / Cumberland County / Davidson County / Decatur County / DeKalb County /  Dickson County / Dyer County / Fayette County / Fentress County / Franklin County / Gibson County / Giles County / Grainger County / Greene County / Grundy County

H – M

Hamblen County / Hamilton County / Hancock County / Hardeman County / Hardin County / Hawkins County / Haywood County / Henderson County / Henry County / Hickman County / Houston County / Humphreys County / Jackson County / Jefferson County / Johnson County / Knox County / Lake County / Lauderdale County / Lawrence County / Lewis County / Lincoln County / Loudon County / Macon County / Madison County / Marion County / Marshall County / Maury County / McMinn County / McNairy County / Meigs County / Monroe County / Montgomery County / Moore County / Morgan County

N-Z

Obion County / Overton County / Perry County / Pickett County / Polk County / Putnam County / Rhea County / Roane County / Robertson County / Rutherford County / Scott County / Sequatchie County / Sevier County Shelby County / Smith County / Stewart CountySullivan County / Sumner County / Tipton County / Trousdale County / Unicoi County / Union County / Van Buren County / Warren County / Washington County / Wayne County / Weakley County / White County / Williamson County / Wilson County

 

Tennessee Appellate Court – Knoxville

Tennessee Supreme Court – Jackson

Tennessee Supreme Court – Nashville