The antebellum home was utilized as a campsite by the Ky. Orphan Brigade when evacuating Bowling Green, Ky. Feb. 1862. Union armies encamped the home and grounds repeatedly throughout War. Confederate soldiers were cared for by the owner, Andrew Jackson Caldwell, throughout the War. It was used as a hospital and recovery site for Confederate soldiers after skirmishes in Simpson County.
Auburn, Kentucky | Visitors to this museum can view over 40 exhibits, the largest collection of Southern Shaker furniture in the world, and catch a glimpse of the rich heritage and ingenuity of the people called "Shakers".