Quarter Horse Stallion
Fols Fast Cash (aka Gabe) has great confirmation, good disposition,
Imp has been appraised at $12, 000. We are retiring and no reasonable
Tennessee Walking Mare
Meet "Destiny". Destiny has been shown by an 11 year old boy. She is spec..
About Jamestown,TN Jamestown was established in 1823 as a county seat for Fentress County. It was incorporated as a city in 1837. Both Fentress County and Jamestown are named for prominent local politician James Fentress (1763–1843), who made the appeal for the new county to be carved out of Overton and Morgan counties. Jamestown was built upon the site of a semi-permanent Cherokee village, which probably made use of the many natural rock shelters in the area. Before the founding of Jamestown, the area was known as "Sand Springs" for the many bubbling springs located within the city.
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