http://www.thepillars.org/littlecourthouse.htm Built in 1824, as the first log courthouse and jail for Hardeman County. It was fully restored and is maintained by the Hardeman County Chapter A.P.T.A. It was built in 1824. The Little Court House is one of about (3) “logged” court houses in America and now serves as our county museum. Visitors can see artifacts from Indian days to our early settlers. Learn about famous people that settled, worked and visited here, like President James K. Polk, Sam Houston, Davy Crockett, Thomas Edison and others. A special display about Khan’s Store is now open, too. Open the second and fourth Saturdays of every month. Groups please call for an appointment (731-518-7148). For any other day beside the second and fourth Sat, please call for an appointment.
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http://maps.google.com/maps?q=215+east+market+street,+bolivar,+TN+38008&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&gl=us&z=16&vpsrc=0 From Jackson: take 18 S. to Bolivar. At courthouse intersection of 18 & Hwy. 64 take L. onto Hwy. 64. Little Courthouse is 2 blocks on the left.