Carter Family Thematic MPD

The Carter Family Thematic Multiple Property Documentation (MPD) form facilitates the nomination to the registers of buildings associated with the lives of A. P., Sara, and Maybelle Carter, important collectors, […]

Gate City Historic District

The Gate City Historic District in the Scott County seat is a five-block area that emerged as a vital commercial hub for the surrounding countryside beginning in the 19th century. […]

Dungannon Depot

A rare survivor of the passenger train era in Virginia’s southwestern region, Dungannon Depot was constructed circa 1910 in Scott County on the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway line. After […]

Fulkerson-Hilton House

Fulkerson-Hilton House was built around 1800 of oak, pine, and poplar hewn logs. The two-story house rests on a limestone foundation and faces the north fork of the Holston River […]

Bush Mill

Located near Nickelsville, Scott County’s iconic Bush Mill, a 19th-century gristmill, was built in 1896 by Valentine Bush and operated under both the Bush and Bond families until 1952. Much […]

Maybelle and Ezra Carter House

Ezra Carter and his wife, Maybelle Addington Carter, members of the Carter family of musicians, moved into this house after marrying in 1926. Ezra was the brother of A. P. […]

Flanary Archaeological Site

The Flanary archaeological site contains stratified deposits dating to the Archaic and Late Woodland periods of Indian settlement. Well-preserved Archaic period deposits (8000 to 1000 B.C.) occur rarely in the […]

Kilgore Fort House

The Kilgore Fort House in Scott County is a two-story timber building with gable roof and rests on a limestone foundation. On the northeast gable end is a massive stone […]

Mount Vernon Methodist Church

A laconically plain country church, Mount Vernon United Methodist, in the Scott County community of Maces Spring, follows the pattern of scores of rural religious structures scattered through the Virginia […]