Blount County

Blount County is the name of two counties in the United States:

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Swann Covered Bridge - History
... The bridge was restored by the Blount County Commission in 1979 ... After the 385-foot Nectar Covered Bridge (also located in Blount County) burned down in 1993, the Swann Covered Bridge became the longest covered ... It is one of 3 historic covered bridges remaining in Blount County ...
Blount County Schools
... Blount County Schools (BCS) is a school district in Blount County, Tennessee, USA. 131 (Tigers) 1993 Walland Elementary 346 (Indians) William Blount High School, 1,612 (Governors) 1979 Carpenters Middle School 814 (Cougars) 2001 Carpenters Elementary 261 (Cougars) 2006 Fairview ...

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