Stones River National Cemetery, September 23, 2017 Ranger Jim Lewis led the hour-long walk by lantern light through Stones River National Cemetery. Living history enthusiasts portrayed soldiers and the families of soldiers involved at the second Battle of Murfreesboro, also known as the Battle of Stones River.
Stones River National Battlefield, September 23, 2017 Saturday was a busy day at ‘the Battlefield’ highlighted by a demonstration by the volunteers of the 7th Tennessee (CSA) Cavalry living history enthusiasts. The 7th Cav demonstrated the speed and mobility of the mounted arms during the Battle of Stones River.
Saturday, May 6, 2017, marked the second annual ‘Decoration Day’ at the Stones River National Battlefield. Approximately 75 people of different races and walks of life participated the 2017 Decoration Day at the Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church as well as the Stones River National Battlefield. Decoration Day began on May…
March 3, 1927, Congress authorized money to acquire land for the Stones River National Military Park.
Let it be said – the Friends Board WILL have fun! Park Superintendent Brenda Waters rewarded us all with Cracker Jacks to honor the efforts of Board members Ed Davis and President Mike Liles for signing our first corporate sponsor – Trust Point Hospital.