Civil War in Nashville

Duration
2 HOURS
Destination
Nashville History

THE BATTLE OF NASHVILLE Nashvillein the American Civil War

Explore Nashville's role in the American Civil War
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With the outbreak of the Civil War, Nashville's strategic importance as a railroad hub and river transportation center made it a target for Union forces. This tour hits all the famous spots, offering coverage of politics, explores the interesting stories of the civil war.

What's included

Destination
Nashville History Discover Nashville History
Departure Location
217B 6th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Professionally guided tour
Price does not include
  • Personal expenses

Historical Legacies

Learn about activities in Nashville and Franklin during the Civil War including the Union occupation for three years and the Battle of Nashville tour and Battle of Franklin tour. See Carnton and Franklin home where over 6,000 soldiers lost their lives including four Confederate Generals. See places that were hospitals and famous Civil War homes. Learn more about stories including Nashville becoming the first U.S. city to legalize prostitution, see Nashville’s Fort Negley and learn about Tennessee’s Military Governor during the Civil War who worked with General Grant, Andrew Johnson who became President after Lincoln was assassinated.

 

 

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The Battle of Nashville

Learn about activities in Nashville and Franklin during the Civil War including the Union occupation for three years and the Battle of Nashville tour and Battle of Franklin tour. See Carnton and Franklin home where over 6,000 soldiers lost their lives including four Confederate Generals. See places that were hospitals and famous Civil War homes. Learn more about stories including Nashville becoming the first U.S. city to legalize prostitution, see Nashville’s Fort Negley and learn about Tennessee’s Military Governor during the Civil War who worked with General Grant, Andrew Johnson who became President after Lincoln was assassinated.

With the outbreak of the Civil War, Nashville's strategic importance as a railroad hub and river transportation center made it a target for Union forces. This tour hits all the famous spots, offering coverage of politics, explores the interesting stories of the civil war.

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Civil War in Nashville

Duration
2 HOURS
Destination
Nashville History

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