Lewis Buckner

Lewis Buckner (March 12, 1856—May 16, 1924) was an American house builder and carpenter. Born and raised a slave, Buckner went on to become one of several successful African-American construction entrepreneurs in late-19th century Sevier County, Tennessee. At least fifteen homes that were either built by Buckner or are believed to have been built by Buckner are still standing, two of which are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

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... At least fifteen houses currently standing in Sevier County are believed to have been built by Buckner, although some have not been verified by any source other than oral ... Houses built or renovated by Buckner include Riley H ... Garden community, usually attributed to Buckner ...