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Stewart's Stone Wall
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Stewart's Stone Wall

Left: The stone wall, visible from Leland Lane, now sits on private property in a suburban part of the city.

Seeing It:
The stone wall can be seen in southern Nashville on Leland Lane just south of the Battery Lane (Harding Road) intersection. There is no traffic pullover so be careful.

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Confederate troops took stand at old stone wall:
The stone wall still stands in suburban Nashville where Major Gen. William Loring's troops of Lt. Gen. Alexander P. Stewart's corps desperately tried to stem the Union onslaught in the Confederate center the second day of battle, Dec. 16, 1864.

The stone wall was built in 1845 to divide the estates of John Overton and John Lea.