War at Every Door: Partisan Politics and Guerrilla Violence in East Tennessee, 1860-1869

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APPENDIX C
Vote on Secession in Tennessee, June 1861

TABLE C-1 Vote on Secession, by Region and County
County Yes % No % Total
EAST TENNESSEE
Anderson 97 7.1 1,278 92.9 1,375
Bledsoe 197 28.3 500 71.7 697
Blount 418 19.1 1,766 80.9 2,184
Bradley 507 26.8 1,382 73.2 1,889
Campbell 59 5.6 1,000 94.4 1,059
Carter 86 6.0 1,343 94.0 1,429
Claiborne 250 16.7 1,243 83.3 1,493
Cocke 518 30.4 1,185 69.6 1,703
Cumberland not available not available
Grainger 586 28.2 1,492 71.8 2,078
Greene 744 21.7 2,691 78.3 3,435
Hamilton 854 40.4 1,260 59.6 2,114
Hancock 279 30.7 630 69.3 909
Hawkins 908 38.3 1,460 61.7 2,368
Jefferson 603 23.3 1,987 76.7 2,590
Johnson 111 12.4 787 87.6 898
Knox 1,214 27.6 3,196 72.4 4,415
McMinn 904 44.1 1,144 55.9 2,048
Marion 414 40.8 600 59.2 1,014
Meigs 481 64.3 267 35.7 748
Monroe 1,096 58.6 774 41.4 1,870
Morgan 50 7.4 630 92.6 680
Polk 738 70.0 317 30.0 1,055
Rhea 360 64.1 202 35.9 562
Roane 454 22.5 1,568 77.5 2,022
Scott 19 3.5 521 96.5 540
Sequatchie 153 60.5 100 39.5 253
Sevier 60 3.8 1,528 96.2 1,588
Sullivan 1,586 71.7 627 28.3 2,213
Union not available not available
Washington 1,022 41.4 1,445 58.6 2,467
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
Bedford 1,595 68.7 727 31.3 2,322
Cannon 1,149 90.0 127 10.0 1,276
Cheatham 702 92.7 55 7.3 757

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables, Maps, and Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Prologue 1
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - The Switzerland of America 6
  • 2 - Hewers of Wood and Drawers of Water 22
  • 3 - A State of Rebellion 41
  • 4 - Hanging, Shooting, and Robbing 62
  • 5 - An Enemy's Country 102
  • 6 - Real or Supposed Danger 122
  • 7 - Separation is Best 154
  • Conclusion 172
  • Appendix a Interpretations of East Tennessee Unionism 179
  • Appendix B Unionist Informants and the Death of John Hunt Morgan 186
  • Appendix C Vote on Secession in Tennessee, June 1861 188
  • Notes 191
  • Bibliography 225
  • Index 241
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