Hwy 33 takes you to Sneedville, originally called “Greasy Rock” for a popular spot where hunters dressed skins and piled meat on a large rock. Once the seat of Hancock County, it was named Sneedville to honor W.H. Sneed, a Knoxville attorney who helped establish the county. The town’s bluegrass heritage includes legendary pickers Jimmy Martin and Doyle Lawson, who both grew up here.
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