Blackman is an unincorporated community in Rutherford County, Tennessee, located along the west side of the city of Murfreesboro. The community was founded in 1808 and was originally named Blackman's Shop. By the time of the Civil War, it had a store, doctor's offices, a school, and churches. The Blackman post office was established in 1898. It was later merged into the Murfreesboro post office and is located in zip codes 37128 and 37129. The community celebrated its 200th birthday at the annual Blackman Barbecue at Blackman Middle School.
The Blackman area is home to three Rutherford County Schools: Blackman High School, Blackman Middle School, and Blackman Elementary School.
The Blackman area has experienced tremendous growth in the past few years with easy access to Interstates 24 and 840 and convenience to area restaurants, shopping, and medical facilities.
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