This Confederate Cavalry Regiment was comprised entirely of women.
This home, turned museum, was General Longstreet’s headquarters.
Surgical procedures were barbaric during the war, and so were their results.
You know about the major battles, but what about Tennessee’s “un-civil” war?
Flags served many purposes during the war.
The approaching Union Army was cause for alarm in 1862 Nashville.
This native Tennessean captured New Orleans and Mobile for the Union.
This East Tennessee Tailor would become the 17th President of the United States.
This controversial Tennessean led a band of guerilla fighters for the Union.
This Nashville native became the wealthiest woman in Tennessee.
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Union Occupation led to self-emancipation.
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A look at how owners controlled their slaves during the Civil War.
A look at the topic of Freedmen at Wessyngton Plantation.
Insight into how families stayed together during the Civil War.
A look at types of labor on Wessyngton Plantation.
The fear of being sold "down the river."
Slave rebellion was a potential problem by slave owners.
In depth look at how slaves attained their last names.