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History: Circa 1792. Home to William Blount, signer of the U.S. Constitution; Mary “Molsey” Grainger Blount, his wife; and their nine children. At least 27 individuals were enslaved by the Blounts. Originally built of sawn lumber, different from the typical hand-hewn logs of the time. Served as the capitol of the Southwest Territory and is Knoxville’s only National Historic Landmark. Saved from destruction, it opened as a museum in 1926. Located on West Hill Avenue in Downtown Knoxville, Tennessee.


Also available at the East Tennessee History Center in Knoxville, TN.


Be sure to look at our Preservation Postcard page to see where you can collect all the postcards. You can also suggest landmarks to paint by emailing us here:

Art Print - Blount Mansion

    • This print is made from an original watercolor painting.
    • Measures 8x10"
    • Printed on acid free, 100% Cotton Card Stock
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