Davy Crockett portrait by Chester Harding (1834)
Crockett Falls at David Crockett State Park
Commemorative stone.
Lawrenceburg
Replica cabin at Crockett birth site.
Loretto
Contract of marriage for David Crockett and Margaret Elder, October 21, 1805
St. Joseph
Davy Crockett by William Henry Huddle, 1889
Portrait of Davy Crockett by John Gadsby Chapman
The Fall of the Alamo by Robert Jenkins Onderdonk depicts Davy Crockett swinging his rifle at Mexican troops who have breached the south gate of the mission.
A knife purportedly used by Davy Crockett during the Battle of the Alamo
A coffin in the San Fernando Cathedral purports to hold the ashes of the Alamo defenders. However, historians believe it more probable that the ashes were buried near the Alamo.
The David Crockett Spring in Crockett, Houston County, Texas
David Crockett clipper ship card
Col. Crockett statue, Lawrenceburg Public Square
Alamo Cenotaph
Fess Parker as Davy Crockett in Disneyland.

He was made a colonel in the militia of Lawrence County, Tennessee and was elected to the Tennessee state legislature in 1821.

- Davy Crockett

An early resident was David Crockett, who served as one of the county's first commissioners and justices of the peace.

- Lawrence County, Tennessee
Davy Crockett portrait by Chester Harding (1834)

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Lawrenceburg, Tennessee

Fred Thompson Rally in Lawrenceburg, 2008

The city of Lawrenceburg is the county seat of Lawrence County, Tennessee, United States, The largest city on the state's southern border between Chattanooga and Memphis, it lies on the banks of Shoal Creek.

David Crockett established a powder mill on Shoal Creek originally called the Sycamore River.

Denali State Park, Alaska

David Crockett State Park

State park in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.

State park in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.

Denali State Park, Alaska

The park is located on Shoal Creek (originally called the Sycamore River) and commemorates the historical activities of famous frontiersman David Crockett in the local area.

He also served as one of Lawrence County's first commissioners and justices of the peace.