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Aquone, Johnson City, TN

Aquone - National Register of Historic Places Ref # 93001199, date listed 19931104

. 110 Barberry Rd.

. Johnson City, TN (Washington County)

. Aquone (pronounced uh-KWAN-nee) is the name of the colonial revival home of Samuel Cole Williams, noted Tennessee jurist and historian. Located in Johnson City, Tennessee, the home is listed with the National Register of Historic Places.

. The home was built in 1925. At that time it was north of the existing city limits of Johnson City. A replica of a Maryland colonial home, the house also features a two-story library modeled after Sir Walter Scott's study in his home at Abbotsford House.

. The name Aquone is reported to be a Cherokee word for "resting place." (1)

. References (1) Wikipedia

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