In 1823, the Tennessee General Assembly established Dyer County and passed a resolution to establish it and become its county seat. It was founded as a county in the state of Tennessee in honor of Colonel Robert H.Dyer and named in his honor.
John McIver and Joel H.Dyer donated 240,000 square feet to the new county town of Dyersburg, a central location in the county known as McThever Bluff. John McWeaver and Joel H. Dyer donated 60 acres in 1823 to designate a new county and become known as "McIvers Bluffs." John McWevers, Joel H., and Dyers, Jr., donated 60 acres and 240,000 square feet to designate the new county seat Dysburg.
Reelfoot Lake State Park is located in Dysburg County, Tennessee, south of Dyersburg, on the eastern edge of McThever Bluff. Reel Foot Lake, the largest of its kind in the United States, is located at the southern end of McIvers Bluffs, about 30 miles east of Dysburgh, TN.
The county was spared the worst civil war without major battles or other activities taking place within its borders, but it was not spared the worst.
In the post-Civil War period, dependence on cotton replaced the formerly profitable grain and tobacco crops, and cotton was the county's most important resource. Dyersburger Bank was opened in 1881 and started its activities 1881 And Illinois Central expanded its facilities in the county by building a new combined warehouse. By the 1920s, the rich timber resources in Dyer County had disappeared, but the timber industry had expanded and by 1920 there were more than 1,000 acres of timber plantations and a large number of timber factories.
A branch line between Dyersburg and Northern soon connected the county town of Tiptonville, and the market opportunities continued to expand. A branch line from Dyerburg to Northern soon connected the County Seat Tip on the Tennessee River with the capital Knoxville and further expanded the possibilities of the markets.
Between 1909 and 1914, Dyersburg became the terminus of three different lines, led by the Illinois Central Railroad. The depot, which is registered on the National Register, survives and is the only Amtrak passenger station in Tennessee.
The data show that Dyersburg, the second-largest city in Tennessee after Nashville, has no data on the number of trains a day.
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