While looking for information relating to Rhea County, I came across some hand-written notes which are significant to the history of Spring City. These statements were written by a Historical Society member who is no longer living, but who cared enough about history to preserve the informati…

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As our nation sits down to a table filled with food on Thanksgiving Day, each of us should thank God for our blessings and give to those less …

During the War Between the States, many letters, diaries and journals were kept by those brave men who were fighting for the North and South. …

Harry T. Morgan, ninth child of George Washington Morgan and Mary Alice Boyd Morgan, was born on January 17, 1922 at his family’s farm in Rhea…

Many people have heard the riddle, “What is black and white and read all over?” The answer is the newspaper, and Rhea County has had some type…

If you have ever witnessed a fire you would know that it can be a destructive force which can destroy life and property, putting everything an…

The month of September is beginning, and all of us are wondering where the year has gone! We usually see the stores with Halloween and Christm…

If you have ever driven through the western part of the state of Tennessee, you may have seen fields white with the growth of cotton, or even …

From our early days of Rhea County history we find information relating to the importance of water in the lives of our early settlers. Water w…

William Gibbs Allen wrote a great deal of history relating to Rhea County and the War Between the States. One could only imagine what his writ…

During these “unusual” times of today, it seems that the census has completely been forgotten. However, we must be sure to fill out our census…

In today’s world of technology, most people email or text instead of writing letters in order to communicate. However, during the War Between …

This year the Fourth of July holiday will be celebrated somewhat differently than in the past because of the present situation in our country.…