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The first settlers of Tennessee were from North Carolina and Virginia in the year 1769. They settled in the Watauga Valley and banded together as the Watauga Association in 1771. In 1772 there were four areas, Holstein River, near Bristol; along the Watauga River, near Elizabethton; west of the Holstein River, near Rogersville; and along the Nolichucky River, near Erwin. Tennessee was formally annexed by North Carolina in 1776 as Washington County. In 1784 NC ceded Tennessee to the United States for security, but the federal Government refused to acknowledge the cession. The state of Franklin was then organized by the people of Tennessee, lasting only four years before NC regained control of the are in 1789 which they again ceded the area to the United States the same year forming the Southwest Territory in 1790. Middle Tennessee began with the founding of Nashville in 1779. West Tennessee was the last to be settled. Tennessee became a state in 1796. In 1861 Tennessee seceded from the Union and was readmitted to the Union in 1866.Reminder: Don't forget to Click Reload or Refresh on your web browser.
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