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1801
December 1. Federal capital moves to Washington, DC, from temporary quarters in Philadelphia.
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TENNESSEE - Anderson County - Historic Districts

Norris District
(added 1975 - Anderson County - #75001727)
Town of Norris on U.S. 441 , Norris
(40000 acres, 340 buildings)
Historic Significance: Event, Person
Historic Person: Morgan,A.E.
Significant Year: 1934, 1937
Area of Significance: Science, Education, Community Planning And Development, Industry
Period of Significance: 1925-1949
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Domestic
Historic Sub-function: Single Dwelling
Current Function: Domestic
Current Sub-function: Single Dwelling

Oak Ridge Historic District
(added 1991 - Anderson County - #91001109)
Also known as Clinton Engineer Works Townsite
Roughly bounded by East Dr., W. Outer Dr., Louisiana and Tennessee Aves. , Oak Ridge
(35000 acres, 3714 buildings, 2 structures)
Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering, Event
Architect, builder, or engineer: Et al., Skidmore,Owings,& Merrill
Architectural Style: No Style Listed
Area of Significance: Military, Community Planning And Development, Architecture
Period of Significance: 1950-1974, 1925-1949
Owner: Local , Private
Historic Function: Domestic, Education, Recreation And Culture, Religion
Historic Sub-function: Institutional Housing, Multiple Dwelling, Religious Structure, School, Single Dwelling, Sport Facility
Current Function: Domestic, Education, Recreation And Culture, Religion
Current Sub-function: Multiple Dwelling, Religious Structure, School, Single Dwelling, Sport Facility

Woodland--Scarboro Historic District
(added 1991 - Anderson County - #91001106)
Also known as Woodland Neighborhood;Scarboro Neighborhood
Roughly bounded by Rutgers Ave., Lafayette Dr., Benedict, Wilburforce and Illinois Aves. , Oak Ridge
(7000 acres, 622 buildings)
Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Stone & Webster, Skidmore,Owings,& Merrill
Architectural Style: No Style Listed
Area of Significance: Community Planning And Development, Architecture, Black
Period of Significance: 1950-1974, 1925-1949
Owner: Local , Private
Historic Function: Domestic, Health Care
Historic Sub-function: Clinic, Multiple Dwelling, Single Dwelling
Current Function: Domestic, Government
Current Sub-function: Government Office, Multiple Dwelling, Single Dwelling




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