Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include English,Frontier, Late Woodland, American,Frontier, Paleo-Indian, Archaic and Native American dating back to 8999 BC.
The famous person Gov. George C. Peery is associated with one of more of the Tazewell County historic places.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Tazewell County places including Southwest Virginia Improvement Co., Thomas Masten Hawkins, Clinch Valley Coal & Iron, John Whitten, Thomas Mastin Hawkins, Thomas Cubine, Andrew J. Bryan, Joe Brown, F Fields, W. W., Sr. and William Pierce. Prominent architectural styles found in Tazewell Country are Late Victorian, Colonial Revival and Federal.