Shy's Hill Road
Nashville, TN 37215
It was at Shy's Hill on Dec. 16, 1864, during the Battle of Nashville, that Federal troops finally broke the Confederate line on the left flank, resulting in a massive Rebel retreat and a decisive Union victory. The trailhead at Shy's Hill features a new marker and a plaque acknowledging those benefactors who made improvements at the site by BONPS possible.
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