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Published by: Jessica Lauren White on Apr 29, 2013
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HAWTHORN HILL: VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE IN THE TENNESSEEBACKCOUNTRYBy Jessica Lauren WhiteA Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillmentof the Requirements for the Degree of Masters of Arts in HistoryMiddle Tennessee State University2013 Thesis Committee:Dr. Carroll Van WestDr. Mary Hoffschwelle
 
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DEDICATIONDedicated in memory of Michael T. GavinIn thanks and gratitude for your guidance and support.
 
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTSFirst, I would like to express my gratitude to my thesis committee advisorand reader, Dr. Carroll Van West and Dr. Mary Hoffschwelle. Dr. West not onlyintroduced me to Hawthorn Hill in 2010, but his wealth of knowledge andunderstanding of Tennessee architecture and landscapes has proven invaluableto my thesis research. Dr. Hoffschwelle has been a wonderful mentor, pushingme to expand my research through the exploration of different research avenues. Thank you both for your enduring patience and guidance throughout thisprocess, I could not have successfully completed this journey without yourvaluable comments, direction, and support.I would also like to thank the staff of the Center for Historic Preservationfor their generous support during my time there as a graduate assistant. Thankyou to Dr. Spurgeon King for putting up with my incessant questions and forproviding insightful feedback. Special thanks to Michael Gavin for teaching mehow to “read” historic buildings and sites, I will never forget all of the valuableinformation that you taught me. I am eternally grateful to Elizabeth Moore-Humphreys, Anne-Leslie Owens, Jennifer Butt, and Caneta Hankins for all of their support and assistance. It has truly been a pleasure to work with you all. Thank you to Martha Akins at the Tennessee Historical Commission forallowing me access to the site. Thank you to Rick Hendrix, Wynnewood’s SiteDirector, for helping me with my research, and for providing me with valuableinformation about the Castalian Springs community and the Bate family. I would

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