Murfreesboro, TN 37129
After the Confederates withdrew from Murfreesboro at the conclusion of the Battle of Stones River in January 1863, the Federal Army, under Gen. William Rosecrans, began fortifying Murfreesboro. Fortress Rosecrans became one of the Union's largest earthen fortifications of the Civil War. The features that remain include Redoubt Brannan, Lunettes Palmer and Thomas, and Curtain Wall 2.
Battle of Nashville Monument
Nashville, Tennessee | This self-guided tour covers one of the most strategic battles of the Civil War. Union forces held this important city since...
Confederate Memorial Park at Winstead Hill
Franklin, Tennessee | This historic site marks the spot where General Hood's troops formed on Winstead Hill before the Battle of Franklin. A memorial...
Franklin, Tennessee | In November 1864 he fort was abandoned when the Federals withdrew to Nashville during the night, but it was re-occupied two...
Eastern Flank Battlefield Park
Franklin, Tennessee | This historic site is the former site of the Battle of Franklin and more recently the Franklin Country Club and Golf Course.