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Middle Tennessee

Nestled North of Nashville

On an 1878 map of Middle Tennessee, the area where Millersville currently sits was labeled as “TiWhoppetti.” This name has been suggested to be a misspelling of the Cherokee word “tywopety” meaning “valley of the cool waters.” In 1981, Millersville was incorporated into a city that today has a population of around 6,700 people. The Millersville Community Center, situated next to Slaters Creek, is the heart of Millersville where many events are held and where a popular children’s playground can be found. Inside the community center there are area attraction brochures along with a small display of Millersville artifacts, and a piece of the World Trade Center is also on display for all to view.

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