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Civil War Sites
13,000 Prisoners Historical Marker
18th Indiana Battery
20th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry
A Patriotic Pulpit
A home for Jackson’s Slaves
Adolphus Heiman 1809 - 1862
Affair at Cumberland Mountain
Affair at Philadelphia ~ Oct. 20, 1863
Alabama - Tennessee Giles County Line
Albert Smith Marks ~ 1836-1891
Alfred Eugene Jackson
Alfred’s Cabin
Alpine School
Alvan Cullen Gillem
Amphibious Attack on Linden
Anchoring the Union Line ~ Hazen’s Brigade
Andrew Jackson, 7th President of U.S.
Approach To Shiloh ~ April 5, 1862
Approach to Shiloh ~ Apr. 4, 1862
Approach to Shiloh ~ Apr. 4, 1862
Approach to Shiloh ~ Apr. 5, 1862
Approach to Shiloh ~ Apr. 5, 1862
Approach to Shiloh ~ April 5, 1862
Approach to Shiloh ~ April 5, 1862
Approach to Shiloh ~ April 6, 1862
Army of the Cumberland ~ June 24, 1863
Army of the Cumberland ~ June 24-26, 1863
Attack On The Union Left
Attack at Suck Creek - Union Supply Choke Point
Augustus Hill Garland
Back Door to Knoxville
Battle Ground Academy
Battle Of Collierville
Battle at Stones River ~ December 31, 1862 - January 2, 1863
Battle at Stones River ~ December 31, 1862 - January 2, 1863
Battle at Stones River ~ December 31, 1862 - January 2, 1863
Battle at Stones River ~ Fateful Decisions at Stones River
Battle at Stones River
Battle of Bean’s Station
Battle of Blountville - ’?the best portion of the town was destroyed’
Battle of Blountville - Confederate Position
Battle of Blountville - Federal Guns on Cemetery Hill
Battle of Blountville
Battle of Blue Springs
Battle of Chattanooga ~ Nov. 23 - 25, 1863
Battle of Chattanooga, 1st Day, Nov. 23
Battle of Chattanooga, 2d Day, Nov. 24.
Battle of Chattanooga, 3d Day, Nov. 25.
Battle of Collierville ~ An Unexpected Guest
Battle of Dandridge ~ Dec. 24, 1863
Battle of Davis Bridge ~ October 5, 1862
Battle of Johnsonville
Battle of Lebanon
Battle of Limestone Station
Battle of Lockridge Mill ~ May 6, 1862
Battle of Lookout Mountain ~ Nov. 24, 1863
Battle of Middleburg ~ August 30, 1862
Battle of Milton
Battle of Missionary Ridge
Battle of Moscow - December 4, 1863
Battle of Moscow - The river seemed like running blood
Battle of Mossy Creek ~ December 29, 1863
Battle of Murfreesboro ~ Jan. 2, 1863
Battle of Murfreesboro
Battle of Nashville (December 16, 1864) ? Confederate Final Stand ?
Battle of Nashville - (December 16, 1864) - Assault on the Barricade
Battle of Nashville - Assault on Montgomery Hill - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Cavalry Action - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Cavalry Action - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Cheatham’s Line - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Confederate Defenses - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Confederate Defenses - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Confederate Defenses - Dec. 16, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Confederate Outpost - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Confederate Position - Dec. 16, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Defense by Ector’s Brigade - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Federal Main Line
Battle of Nashville - IV Corps Drop-Off Line - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Lee’s Position - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Peach Orchard Hill
Battle of Nashville - Redoubt No. 1 - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Shy’s Hill
Battle of Nashville - Steedman’s Line of Departure - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Steedman’s Position - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - Stewart’s Line
Battle of Nashville - Taking of Redoubt No. 5 - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville - XVI Corps Line of Departure - Dec. 15, 1864
Battle of Nashville Confederate Line
Battle of Paris
Battle of Salem Cemetery ~ Forrest’s Second Tennessee Raid
Battle of Shiloh ~ Apr. 6-7, 1862
Battle of Shiloh ~ April 6-7, 1862
Battle of Shiloh ~ April 6-7, 1862
Battle of Shiloh ~ April 6-7, 1862
Battle of Snow Hill
Battle of Thompson’s Station
Battles of Blue Springs
Bean Station
Beech Grove Engagement
Beechwood Plantation
Bell Cemetery
Belle Meade Deer Park
Belle Meade Plantation - Change of Ownership
Belle Meade Plantation - The Battle of Nashville
Bethesda Presbyterian Church - A Church Divided
Big Creek Baptist Church
Big Creek Gap
Big Creek Skirmish ~ November 6, 1863
Big South Tunnel
Black Churches of Capitol Hill
Bloody Pond
Bluff City
Blythe Ferry
Boats on the Tennessee
Bowman’s Ferry
Bragg’s March to Kentucky
Bridge Burners - Hangings at the Depot
Brush Creek Campground
Built 1914 - Winchester City Hall
Burkle Estate
C.S.A. Camp Trenton
Cadmus Marcellus Wilcox
Cameron Hill
Camp Beauregard
Camp Cheatham
Camp Gillem - Gillem Station
Camp Smartt
Camp Trousdale
Candy’s Creek Cherokee Indian Mission
Captain Ryman’s Home
Capture of Island No. 10 ~ Apr. 8. 1862
Capture of Island No. 10
Carothers Family
Carter House
Carter’s Cotton Gin - Hood’s Campaign
Carter’s Raid ~ Jan. 1, 1863
Carter’s Raid
Cedar Grove Cemetery
Celina During the Civil War
Chalmers’s Collierville Raid ~ ... break the railroad behind him.
Chalmers? Brigade at Murfreesboro
Charleston on the Hiwassee
Chattanooga Creek Picket Lines
Chattanooga Daily Rebel
Chilhowee
Civil War Capitol
Civil War Fortification
Civil War Hospital
Civil War In Charlotte - Marauding gangs of Freebooters
Civil War Knoxville
Civil War Monument
Civil War Post Office
Civil War Railroad - Mile Post 42 ~ Smeedsville Station
Civil War River Crossing
Civil War Signaling
Civil War at The Hermitage
Civil War in Lewis County
Civil War in Tennessee ~ Memphis during the War
Civil War in Tennessee
Clarksburg - Prelude, Battle of Parker’s Crossroads
Cleveland During the Civil War
Clifton ~ Occupied River Town
Clopton United Methodist Church
Cold Spring School ~ circa 1857-1933
Collins Farm ~ Collins Farm in the Battle of Franklin
Confederate Breakout ~ February 15, 1862
Confederate Breakout ~ February 15, 1863
Confederate Burials
Confederate Cemetery (2)
Confederate Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery
Confederate Circle at Mount Olivet
Confederate Enlistment Station
Confederate Forts & Batteries
Confederate Guerrilla
Confederate History Of Memphis
Confederate Hospital
Confederate Memorial
Confederate Monument
Confederate Park Cannon
Confederate Park
Confederate Position 1863
Confederate Retreat at Sugar Creek
Confederate Sharpshooters
Confederate Soldiers Memorial
Confederate Soldiers Rest
Confederate States of America
Confederate Water Batteries
Connection To Johnsonville - U.S. Military Railroad
Control the Rivers and Railroads
County of James ~ The Lost County of Tennessee
Courthouse
Covered by Cross Fires
Cox’s Raid October 25, 1862.
Cravens-Coleman House
Crutchfield House
Cumberland County at War
Cumberland Iron Works
DeKalb County Confederate Monument
DeKalb County in the Civil War
DeSoto Park
DeWitt Clinton Senter (1830-1898)
Delaying Forrest
Denmark Presbyterian Church
Dewitt Smith Jobe
Difficult Times ~ Waynesboro during the Civil War
Divided Loyalties ~ Wayne County during the Civil War
Dover Hotel - Surrender House
Dry-Stack Stone Walls
Dyer County in the War
Eagle Furnace
Earthworks Over River Batteries
East Hill Cemetery
Edmund Kirby Smith ~ May 16, 1824 ? March 28, 1893
Eighth Avenue South Reservoir
Elkton Bridge ~ A Strategic Crossing
Elmwood Cemetery
Emerald Hill
Engagement at Davis Bridge ~ October 5, 1862
Epicenter of the Battle of Franklin ? Hood’s Campaign ?
Eudora Baptist Church
Exchanging Iron Valentines
Execution Of The Bridge~Burners
Fall Branch Community Educational Center
Federal Entrenchments
Federal Forward Lines
Federal Underground Route (2)
Federal Underground Route
Female Collegiate Institute - Freed House
Field Hospitals ? Hood’s Campaign ?
Field Hospital
Fields of Fire
Fighting for Freedom - Promise Land Civil War Heroes
Fighting on the Tennessee River
First Baptist Church
First Christian Church
First Masonic Hall
First Methodist Church
First Monument to Unknown Confederate Dead
First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
First United Methodist Church, Dyersburg
First United Methodist Church
Foote’s Gunboat Flotilla
Forrest Crosses Tennessee River
Forrest and Wilson ~ Nov. 28, 1864
Forrest at Paris Landing
Forrest’s Murfreesboro Raid ~ July 13, 1862
Forrest’s West Tennessee Raid - December 18-31, 1862
Fort Dickerson 1863?64
Fort Dickerson ~ 1863
Fort Donelson (2)
Fort Donelson (3)
Fort Germantown
Fort Granger ? Hood’s Campaign
Fort Granger
Fort Hill and Archibald D. Butterfield House
Fort Huntingdon Smith
Fort McCook
Fort Negley
Fort Pickering
Fort Pillow ~ April 12, 1864
Fort Redmond
Fortress Rosecrans
Fortress Tullahoma
Frankie J. Pierce
Free HiIl(s) Community
Free Hill Road
Freedmen’s Camp
Gabriel Maston Bartlett (1821-1876)
Gabriel McKissack
Gayoso House
General A. P. Stewart’s Division
General Forrest’s Farewell Order Memorial
General N.B. Forrest’s Command Position
George Gibbs Dibrell (April 12, 1822 - May 9, 1888)
Georgia - Tennessee, Polk County Line
Georgia - Tennessee, Polk County Line
Germantown Cemetery
Gibbs Crossroads - Crossroads of War
Gilbert Gaul, Civil War Painter
Giles - Lincoln County Line
Giles - Marshall County Line
Giles - Maury County Line
God has granted us a Happy New Year!
Governor Alvin Hawkins
Governor Ben Walter Hooper
Governor John Prince Buchanan ~ (1847-1930)
Grand Junction
Grant’s Command Post
Grant’s Last Line
Grassmere
Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Greeneville Union Convention
Grierson’s Raid Apr. 17, 1863
Gunboats and Cavalary Nov. 4, 1864
Hadley Park
Hallowed Ground
Hamilton County Courthouse
Harmony House
Harpeth Shoals - Hazardous Navigation
Harris-Collier-Holland Farm
Headquarters Row - Generals and Ghosts
Heiskell Farm
Hell on the Hatchie
Henry County Courthouse ~ Henry County
Henry Watterson
Higgenbotham’s Cave
Hillsman House
Hiram Masonic Lodge No. 7
Historic Front Street
History of the Stewart County Courthouse
Hiwassee Campground
Holding the Outer Lines
Holy Trinity Church
Home of Lucy Holcombe Pickens
Hood and Schofield
Hood’s Maneuver ~ Nov. 24, 1864
Howard Schools
Hunt-Phelan Home
Hutchison School
Incident at Waynesboro ~ A Case of Friendly Fire
Inner Breastworks ~ Fort Pillow, 1862
Invasion of the Union Camps
Irish Shanty - Only Boiling Eggs
Irving Block Prison
Isaac Dockery ~ 1832 - 1910
Isham G. Harris
Janes Mill
Jefferson Davis
Joe Brown Bivouac, U.C.V.
John Adams
John De Witt Clinton Atkins (1825-1908)
John H. Reagan
John Price Buchanan
John Tyler Morgan
Johnsonville Historic District
Johnston’s Last Bivouac
Judge John Jordan Gore
Lake Providence Community
Lawrence - Giles County Line
Leiper’s Fork Chuch of Christ
Lewis C. Buckner
Life at Fort Donelson
Lincoln and Cumberland Gap - Passage to the West
Living Under the Guns
Longstreet Encampment
Longstreet’s Headquarters - A Cold Command
Lotz House ? Hood’s Campaign
Lotz House
Luke Edward Wright (1846-1922)
Lunette Palmer
Lunette Thomas (1863 - 1866)
Lyon’s Raid
Macon County in the Civil War
Main Entrenchment Federal Battle Line
Maplewood Confederate Cemetery
Mary Kate Patterson Davis Hill Kyle (1844-1931)
Mary Noailles Murfree (1850-1922)
Maryville During the Civil War
Matthew Fontaine Maury
McFadden’s Ford
McGavock Confederate Cemetery
McGavock Family Cemetery
McKenzie’s Station - A Strategic Junction
Memphis State Eight
Methodist Church
Michael Looney
Mile Post 42 - The U.S. Military Railroad
Military History of Chattanooga
Missionary Ridge Trolley
Missionary Ridge ~ Nov. 25, 1863
Missouri - Tennessee, Lake County Line
Morgan in Alexandria
Morristown College
Mt. Carmel Church
Mt. Olivet Baptist Church
N.B. Forrest Camp 215 - Sons of Confederate Veterans
Nashville Blacks in the Civil War
Nathan Bedford Forrest (2)
Nathan Bedford Forrest III, Airman
Nathan Bedford Forrest ~ July 13, 1821 - October 29, 1877
Nathan Bedford Forrest
National Soldiers? Home
Naval Battle of Memphis, 1862
Neptune
New Citizen Soldiers
Nicholas Gotten House
Noblit-Lytle House ca. 1840 - 1950
Nolensville
North Carolina - Tennessee, Polk County Line
Oak Hill Cemetery
Occupied Chattanooga - The Waterfront
Old Deery Inn
Old Johnsonville
Opdycke’s Bridgade
Orion Clemens 1825 - 1897
Outer Breastworks ~ Fort Pillow, 1861
Passing Through Cowan
Peter Turney’s Birthplace
Planning to Escape
Pleasant Exchange
Pleasant Hill Cemetery
Polk - Bradley County Line
Polk - McMinn County Line
Polk - Monroe County Line
Porter Academy
Porter-Leath Children’s Center
Pottertown Bridge Burners
Prelude: The Green McAdoo School
Promise Land
Property, Family, Humanity
Putnam County Courthouses
Raccoon Mountain
Railroad Trestle
Red Boiling Springs ~ Enlistment Center and Civil War Hospital Red Boiling Springs
Remembering Sacrifices - in Stone
Rest Haven Cemetery
Return from Kentucky
Rice House - Decision to Surrender
Rio Mill
Riverside Cemetery
Riverview Cemetery
Robert King Byrd
Robert Loftin Newman (1827-1912)
Robert Reynolds
Rock Ledge
Roderick Random Butler
Rucker’s Battery
Ruggles’ Batteries
Running Water Creek Bridge
Russellville Area - From Bridge to Bridge
Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church
Sam Davis
Sam Houston Schoolhouse
Samuel Smith
Samuel Winstead (1778-1851)
Secession
Second Presbyterian Church
Seizing the Initiative
Sequatchie College
Seventh Kentucky Mounted Infantry Memorial
Sherman Crosses the River - A Complex Operation
Sherman’s Hideout
Shiloh Church
Shiloh Log Church
Shiloh National Cemetery
Shiloh United Methodist Church
Site of Civil War Hospital
Site of Fort Henry ~ February 6, 1862
Site of Salem Baptist Church ~ 1835-1942
Skirmish at Guest Hollow ~ August 29, 1862 (2)
Skirmish at Lawrenceburg ~ Saving the Courthouse
Slave, Soldier, Citizen
Smith-Trahern Mansion
Soule College
St. Agnes Academy
St. Mary’s Episcopal School
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
St. Philip Catholic Church
Stankiewicz’s Battery
Stanton Masonic Lodge And School
Stone Arch Bridge
Stones River
Strawberry Plains College
Streight’s Raid, Apr. 11, 1863
Sugar Creek Engagement
Sulphur Dell
Summertown
Sunnyside
Sunset Rock ~ Oct 28, 1863
Surrender House ~ Feb. 16, 1862
Surrender of the Hornets’ Nest
Swaim’s Jail - Confining Andrew’s Raiders
Sycamore Mill
Tennessee Association Sons of Confederate Soldiers
Tennessee State Capitol
Tennessee’s First African-American Civil War Volunteers
Tennessee
The 1863 Siege of Knoxville
The Battle Of Salem Cemetery
The Battle of Hartsville - December 7, 1863
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - A Fire Terrible In Its Intensity
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Battlefield Overview
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Confederate Horseholders
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Enfilading the Line
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Flight to Safety
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Give ’Em Hell
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Manning the Guns
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Narrowly Avoided Defeat
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Narrowly Avoided Defeat
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - The Lexington-Huntingdon Road
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - The Tides of War
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Three Desperate Charges
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Tour Stop 1
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Tour Stop 4 - Jones Cemetery and the Old Dug Well
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Tour Stop 5 - Capture of the Wagons and Attack on Dunham’s Rear
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Union Wagon Train
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads - Union and Confederate Forces
The Battle of Parker’s Crossroads
The Battle of Red Banks ~ Reunion for the Boys in Blue
The Bridge Burners
The Cannonball House ~ Narrowly Missed Destruction
The Commercial Appeal
The Cotton Gin Assault
The Cove
The Federal Rally Turns the Tide ~ December 31, 1862 - Afternoon
The First Hermitage
The Gayoso In Confederate History
The Harrison House
The Hartsville Races
The Henegar House
The Hermitage Landscape
The Hornets’ Nest
The Hunt-Phelan Home
The Hurst Nation
The James Debow Home
The Lindenwood Christian Church (Disciples Of Christ)
The Little Theatre
The McCallie School
The Old Red Fox
The Peach Orchard
The Stewart County Iron Industry
The Sultana Disaster
The Underground Railroad
The Union Depot
The Wigfall Grays 4th Tennessee Infantry Co. C
The Will Cummings Highway
The Work Yard
This Precious Dust
Timothy Reagan (1750 - 1830)
Tipton County Confederate Reunion
Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site
Tolbert Hollow
Travellers Rest - The proudest moment of my life
Triune Cemetery
Triune
Trousdale Place
Tulip Grove
Tullahoma Campaign ~ Anatomy of a Campaign
Tullahoma Campaign ~ June 24-July 4, 1863 (2)
Tullahoma Campaign ~ June 24-July 4, 1863 (3)
Tullahoma Campaign ~ June 24-July 4, 1863
Tullahoma Campaign ~ Philip Henry Sheridan
Tullahoma Campaign ~ Race to Tullahoma
Tusculum College
Tyree Springs
Union Artillery 10 Pound Parrotts
Union Artillery 12 Pound Howitzers
Union Artillery 6 Pound James Rifles
Union Camp
Union Headquarters ? Hood’s Campaign
Union University
Unionists Within the Confederacy ~ Sevier County Home Guard
United Daughters of the Confederacy
University of the South
Virginia (Ginnie) Bethel Moon (1844-1926)
Virginia (Ginnie) Bethel Moon (1844-1926)
Virginia Bethel Moon (1844-1925)
Waging War by Rail ~ Fortress Rosecans
War on the Home Front - Belle Meade and Union Occupation
Warner Institute (1876-1913)
Warren Chapel Pisgah Cemetery
Welcome to the Overlook at Panther Creek State Park
Wheeler’s Raid Around Rosecrans ~ Dec. 30, 1862
Why Fight Here?
William (Uncle Bill) Lewis ~ 1810 - 1896
William Bennett Scott, Sr. ca. 1821 - 1885
Winstead Hill
With Admirable Precision
Withdrawl from Fort Donelson
Yellow Bank Trestle