Civil War Trail Markers

Civil War Trail Markers
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609 S. Maple St., Lebanon, TN 37087; 119 Public Square, Lebanon, TN 37087; 200 North Castle Heights Ave., Lebanon, TN 37087; 327 W. Main St., Lebanon, TN 37087; 945 E. Baddour Parkway, Lebanon, TN 37087
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Wilson County is inviting visitors to get to know its legacies and landmarks from a nation divided on the Tennessee Civil War Trail. Four permanent markers now stand on the Tennessee Civil War Trail which leads through Wilson County:

The Square, where Confederate General Robert H. Hatton’s statue is also located
Seawell Hill (at the site of the former Castle Heights Military Academy), where Confederate General Joseph Wheeler camped with his soldiers during their raid in Middle Tennessee
West Main Street, at General Hatton’s former residence
Cedar Grove Cemetery, where General Hatton, Robert Caruthers, the only elected Confederate governor of Tennessee, and James Barry, the last surviving Confederate War veteran in Tennessee, are buried along with 150 other Confederates
The Civil War in Lebanon, Caught in the Crossfire

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