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The Battle of Nashville Preservation Society
P.O. Box 190493
Nashville, TN 37219-0493

"Guide to Civil War Nashville" is a 76-page book published by BONPS which takes you on a 50-mile 25-site tour of the battlefield and tells the story of Tennessee's capital city during the war years. Included are a set of detailed battle maps not to be found elsewhere. To order, click here.

The BONPS Discussion Group on Yahoo! is located at

First-time users must sign up first at

Tennessee Dept. of Tourist Development
320 Sixth Ave. N., Fifth Floor, Rachel Jackson Bldg., Nashville, TN 37243
(615) 741-8299 or (615) 741-2159
Call (800) 462-8366 for 145-page Tennessee Vacation Guide

Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau
150 Fourth Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219
(615) 259-4700

Nashville Visitor Information Center
(615) 259-4747
Located in the Glass Tower at the new Nashville Arena, 5th & Broadway. From
I-40, take Broadway Exit (209A). From I-65 and I-24, take Shelby Avenue Exit (84). Follow the signs downtown to the arena.

A Path Divided, Tennessee's Civil War Heritage Trail Brochure
By the Tennessee Wars Commission. Narrative and images of the Civil War in Tennessee plus information on visiting Civil War historic sites. Available in html and PDF versions.

Tennessee Historical Commission
2941 Lebanon Rd.
Nashville, TN 37243-0442
(615) 532-1550

Metropolitan Historical Commission
209 10th Avenue South, Suite 414, Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 862-7970

Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area

Tennessee Civil War Preservation Society
P.O. Box 293029
Nashville, TN 37229-3029

Save the Franklin Battlefield, Inc.
P.O. Box 851, Franklin, TN 37065-0851

Friends of Stones River Battlefield
Organization to preserve the Battle of Stones River battlefield in Murfreesboro, TN

Friends of the Battle of Nashville Monument
A private, nonprofit volunteer citizens group helping to preserve the Battle of Nashville Monument and the park.

Maury County Visitors Bureau
8 Public Square, Columbia, TN 38401
(888) 852-1860

Williamson County Tourism
P.O. Box 156, Franklin, TN 37065
(800) 356-3445 or (615) 794-1225

Battle of Hartsville Preservation Assoc.
c/o 105 East Main St., Hartsville, TN 37074
(615) 374-3222 or 374-9243

Friends of Metropolitan Archives of Nashville and Davidson County, TN
Civil War Burials In Davidson County, Tennessee
The purpose of this section of the Friends of Metro Archives website is to serve as a clearinghouse for information about Civil War soldiers buried in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee. Many of the soldiers were originally interred in Nashville's City Cemetery. Later most Confederate soldiers were moved to Mt. Olivet. Union soldiers were reinterred at the Nashville National Cemetery. Sources include news articles, cemetery records and military records, including a log book of United States Army undertaker, W. R. Cornelius. Records of burials in Mt. Olivet Cemetery compiled by Florence Redelsheimer were invaluable to this effort. We welcome documentation of any Civil War Soldier, Confederate or Union, buried in Nashville. (At present we are researching Mt. Olivet Cemetery.)
Belmont Mansion
Magnificent antebellum mansion once owned by the richest woman in America. Now open for public tours. Meeting place of the Battle of Nashville Preservation Society.
Belle Meade Plantation
Queen of the Tennessee Plantations, open for public tours. Battle of Nashville site and world-renown 1800s thoroughbred horse farm.
Downtown Presbyterian Church
Known as First Presbyterian Church at the time of the Civil War, this magnificent example of the Egyptian Revival style of architecture served as one of Nashville's many military hospitals.
The Lotz House Museum
Newly reopened by BONPS member J.T. Thompson. Located in Franklin, TN, this house museum features artifacts and antiques from the Battle of Franklin, the Civil War, and the Western Frontier. Open to the public. Read Brochure.
Civil War Roundtables
A listing by state of Civil War Roundtables (in excess of one hundred) and links to their websites.
Civil War Roundtable of the United Kingdom
The Civil War Roundtable in the United Kingdom (UK)
Civil War Preservation Trust
A national organization to preserve Civil War battle sites
Stones River National Battlefield
National Park Service site.
Shiloh National Military Park
National Park Service site.
Fort Donelson National Battlefield
National Park Service site.
Heritage Foundation of Franklin
The mission of the Heritage Foundation is the protection and preservation of the architechtural, geographic, and cultural heritage of Franklin and Williamson County.
Tennessee's Backroads Heritage
A non-profit historic preservation organization composed of Bedford, Coffee, Franklin, Lincoln, Marshall, and Moore Counties, and the Monteagle Mountain Area. Information can be obtained on the 1863 Tullahoma Campaign.
Tennessee Sons of Confederate Veterans
Lots of information on Confederate history in Tennessee and lots of links.
Confederate Soldiers Home Cemetery
Five hundred Confederate veterans are buried at this cemetery located on The Hermitage grounds. Listings and photos created by the SCV Col. Randal McGavock Camp.
American Civil War Homepage
University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Hundreds of links to Civil War-related sites.
The Civil War Artillery Page
Information and links about the heavy guns.
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War
Homepage for DUVCW of Tennessee, Tent No. 4, Jackson, Tenn.
Hamilton Dry Goods
Period clothing and merchandise. From Lewis and Clark to Butch and Sundance. Ron and Donna Hamilton. 4075 Roberts Matthews Hwy., Sparta, TN 38583. (931) 739-6061. Email to
5th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry
Home of the Military/Civilian Dakota Conflict/Civil War Living History Group. The 5th Minnesota was one of the first, if not the first, unit of Thomas's army to reach the top of Shy's Hill on Dec. 16, 1864.
26th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Ohio regiment that fought at Nashville and many Western Theater battles.
Travellers Rest
This historic homplace served as headquarters for Gen. John Bell Hood prior to the Battle of Nashville. Also contains information on the Tennessee Antebellum Trail sites.
Civil War News
Website of the monthly tabloid publication. Features online news, calendar, reviews, etc.
Gen. John Bell Hood Site
Information on Confederate Gen. John Bell Hood, and information and rebuttals to many of the criticisms he endured regarding the 1864 Tennessee Campaign. By S.M. "Sam" Hood.
Civil War Battle Summaries
Links to NPS summaries of 38 battles fought in Tennessee. Other states also included.
Maps of National Historic & Military Parks, Memorials, and Battlefields
Reproductions of NPS maps of battlefields across the country. Univ. of Texas-Austin.
The Battle of Parkers Crossroads
Information on this West Tennessee battle fought by Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Association for the Preservation of Civil War Sites
National non-profit organization in Hagerstown, MD, dedicated to saving battlefield sites.
Chattanooga: a Road Trip through Time
Photographic tour of the Chattanooga area battle sites by two Civil War enthusiasts.
The Lotz House Museum
Newly reopened by BONPS member J.T. Thompson. Located in Franklin, TN, this house museum features artifacts and antiques from the Battle of Franklin, the Civil War, and the Western Frontier. Open to the public. Read Brochure.
The Carter House
National Historic Landmark in Franklin, TN, site of the 1864 Battle of Franklin. The Carter House serves as the interpretive center for the battle and features a museum, video presentation and guided tours.
Historic Carnton Plantation
Following the bloody Battle of Franklin on Nov. 30, 1864, wounded soldiers were treated at this antebellum mansion. Reportedly, four Confederate generals were laid out on the back porch. Nearby is the McGavock Confederate cemetery, one of the largest in the nation.
The Confederate Network
Lots of links to Civil War sites.

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