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Gatlinburg historic Buildings
Location: 101 Flat Branch Rd., Gatlinburg
Pittman Center Community
Location: 2839 Webb Creek Rd., Gatlinburg
Dr. John Burnett saw need for a settlement school in the area in addition to Pi Beta Phi’s in Gatlinburg. He raised $15,000 and purchased 135 acres for the campus. The campus was tuition free and the students preformed maintenance.
Settlement School Community Outreach Historic District
Location: 556 Parkway, Gatlinburg
The Phi Beta Phi fraternity established the settlement school that operated until Sevier County took it over in 1943. The fraternity began to focus on the local product being produced in the area and began marketing the crafts, creating Arrowcraft which evolves into Arrowmont. Today Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts operates as one of the oldest craft schools in Tennessee.
First Methodist Church
Location: 742 Parkway, Gatlinburg
Designed by Charles Barber. Late Gothic Revival Style.