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GREENE lost to WASHINGTON to accommodate local resident [location unknown not mapped; map depicts net changes in GREEN-WASHINGTON line 1891-1982]. (Tenn. Acts 1982, 92d assy., 2d reg. sess., pub., ch. 855/p. 514)

February 28, 1972 - April 22, 1982


GREENE gained from WASHINGTON to accommodate local resident. (Tenn. Acts 1972, 87th assy., 2d reg. sess., pub., ch. 450/p. 19)

May 14, 1895 - February 28, 1972


GREENE lost to WASHINGTON to accommodate local resident. (Tenn. Acts 1895, 49th assy., ch. 176/p. 375)

April 05, 1881 - May 14, 1895


GREENE gained from UNICOI and WASHINGTON. (Tenn. Acts 1881, 42d assy., 1st sess., ch. 145/p. 194)

September 11, 1806 - April 05, 1881


GREENE lost to HAWKINS. (Scott, ch. 53/p. 975)

January 02, 1799 - September 11, 1806


GREENE lost to COCKE. (Tenn. Acts 1798, 2d assy., 2d sess., ch. 13/p. 168)

October 09, 1797 - January 02, 1799


GREENE lost to creation of COCKE. (Tenn. Acts 1797, 2d assy., 1st sess., ch. 8, sec. 1/p. 124)

May 07, 1793 - October 09, 1797


GREENE exchanged with JEFFERSON. (Terr. Papers U.S., 4:455-456)

June 15, 1792 - May 07, 1793


GREENE lost to creation of JEFFERSON and KNOX. (Terr. Papers U.S., 4:448-449)

January 06, 1787 - June 15, 1792


GREENE lost to creation of HAWKINS, lost to creation of Non-County Area 1 (Cherokee Reserve), and Non-County Area 2 when territory east and west of HAWKINS implicitly reverted to non-county status. (N.C. St. Recs., 24:ch. 34/pp. 830-832)

May 17, 1783 - January 06, 1787


GREENE created by North Carolina from WASHINGTON; precise location of boundary between North Carolina and Virginia remained in dispute. (N.C. St. Recs., 24:ch. 51/pp. 539-540 and ch. 2, sec. 5/p. 479)

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