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Mary McIver
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Carter County is a county located in the . As of the 2010 census, the population was 57,424. Its county seat is Elizabethton.

Carter County is a county located in the . The county is named in honor of Landon Carter (1760-1800), an early settler active in the "Lost State of Franklin" 1784-1788 secession from the State of North Carolina

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Carter County was formed in 1796 by the General Assembly of North Carolina. It was created out of the eastern part of Washington County, an early county originally formed in 1777. The Watauga Settlement was located in present day Carter County. At the time of the creation, its e By: Frank Merritt, Pub. 1950, Reprinted 2016, 214 pages, Index, ISBN Carter County was formed in 1796 by the General Assembly of North Carolina.

Like most East Tennessee counties, Carter Countians opposed secession on the eve of the Civil Wa. Carter County is situated entirely within the Blue Ridge Mountains, specifically the Unaka Range and the Iron Mountains.

Like most East Tennessee counties, Carter Countians opposed secession on the eve of the Civil War. In Tennessee's Ordinance of Secession referendum on June 8, 1861, Carter Countians rejected secession by a vote of 1,343 to 86. A railroad bridge at Carter's Depot (modern Watauga) was among those targeted by the East Tennessee bridge-burning conspiracy in November 1861.