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Battle of Nashville Tour Map

3000 Granny White Pike, Nashville, TN 37204, USA  | More on: Nashville »

The Battle of Nashville was one of the most strategic of the Civil War. Union forces held this important city since February 1862. After losing Atlanta to Sherman, Gen. John Bell Hood moved his Army of Tennessee north, hoping to reclaim Nashville. On December 15-16, 1864, the Confederacy's last offensive action in Tennessee ended in the loss of the Army of Tennessee as an effective fighting force. The tour brochure includes a map and pertinent background information.


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Contact or visit the Metropolitan Historical Commission for a free brochure. From downtown Nashville, take 12th Avenue South (Granny White Pike) approximately 2.5 miles away from downtown to Sevier Park. The Historical Commission is located in a historic yellow house inside the city park, at the corner of 12th and Kirkwood.

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