Atoka /ə.ˈtoʊ.kə/ is a town in Tipton County, Tennessee. Historians and genealogists can trace Atoka's origins back to the 1838 charter of Portersville. Atoka adopted Portersville's charter as its own. World War I Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Joseph B. Adkison lived in the city limits of Atoka. His final resting place is not in Atoka, but is close to the area. Atoka is an incorporated municipality. Five public parks exist in the city limits of Atoka. As of the 2010 census, Atoka has the second largest population in Tipton County. Between 1990 and 2010, Atoka experienced a large increase in population. In 1990 the population was 659. By 2010 the population was 8,387. Covington, the county seat, has the largest population. Atoka, Tennessee is the mailing address of many more people than census figures show. The United States Postal Service Rural Free Deliver extended the Atoka Post Office delivery. Because of this, many people outside of the city limits call Atoka home. Atoka Elementary School, part of Tipton County Public Schools, is located in Atoka. Wikipedia
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