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History and Heritage in Manchester, TN

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- The Old Stone Fort is a 2000-year old American Indian ceremonial site. It consists of mounds and walls which c...


Old Stone Fort

Manchester, TN

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This is one of Middle Tennessee’s better hikes. You’ll make a loop between the forks of the Duck River, circling ar...


Maneuvering in this vicinity, June, 1941, the 2nd Armored Division, USA, commanded by Mag. Gen. George Smith Patton, ...


James W. Starnes

Tullahoma, TN

South of here, at Bobo's Crossroads, Col. Starnes, 4th Tennessee Cavalry, CSA, then commanding Forrest's Old Brigade,...


Experiment in Armor

Manchester, TN

Hereabouts, on June 20, 1941, Maj. Gen. George S. Patton, Jr., personally led his 2nd Armored Division across several...


General "Hap" Arnold, WW II Commander of the Army Air Forces, is commemorated by the Air Force research and developme...


Camp Peay 1926 - 1940 Camp Forrest 1940-1946 Arnold Center 1949 Tullahoma, Tenn A tribute to the men and women who tr...


This cemetery was established in the early 1800's, by the burial on this spot of David Hickerson and his wife Nancy H...


Camp Harris

Estill Springs, TN

Here was one of the earlier training camps of the Condederacy. Units traing here included the 1st Tenn. Infantry (Man...



Wartrace, TN

In 1850, Rice Coffey gave eight acres to the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad on which the main line would run with...


Martin Shofner

Wartrace, TN

Son of Michael, an immigrant from Frankfurt on Main, Germany in 1760. Migrated by covered wagon, horseback and afoot ...


Grundy County

Pelham, TN

Established 1844: named in honor of Felix Grundy of Virginia. Chief Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court; Rep. in Co...


Pledge to the South

Beechgrove, TN

The South is a land that has known sorrows; it is a land that has broken the ashen crust and moistened it with tears;...


Confederate Cemetery

Arnold A F B, TN

1 mile SW are buried 407 unknown Confederates. Many of these died in one of the hospitals established here when Tulla...


Fort Nash

Beechgrove, TN

Near here, on Garrison Fork, this fort was established, about 1793, for the protection of settlers and travelers to a...


On June 24, 1863, Union forces under Rosecrans overpowered Confederate defenders on Hoover's Gap, commanded by Stewar...


Strolling Jim

Wartrace, TN

Strolling Jim, the first World's Champion Tennessee Walking Horse, is buried in a pasture directly behind the Walking...


The Beechwood Plantation house, which formerly stood at this site, was an important Confederate headquarters during t...


A regiment of many heroes including Tod Carter Dewitt S. Jobe William Shy Thomas B. Smith Their bravery will never di...


Army of Tennessee

Arnold A F B, TN

Withdrawing to this area after the Battle of Murfreesboro, Ben. Braxton Bragg established his command post near here....

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