Saved: 48 Acres at Stones River

We declare a preservation victory at the very heart of the Stones River Battlefield, as the American Battlefield Trust has miraculously preserved 48 acres of hallowed ground once considered lost to development. The 42-acre and 6-acre properties, which connect two wings of the already-preserved battleground, had long been on the…

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Four Places to View Fall Foliage

November 7, 2020 Lee Rennick, The Rutherford Source Middle Tennessee is a great place to be to see fall foliage. In fact, Travel + Leisure highlighted Franklin as one of the best places in the U.S. to see fall foliage. While we agree, Franklin is a great place to visit,…

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Stones River Memories: CVA Alissa Kane

July 21, 2020, Alissa Kane, Community Volunteer Ambassador, Stones River National Battlefield “Last summer I was an intern for the Friends of Stones River National Battlefield. Some of my duties as an intern were to work the visitor center front desk, help organize the Friend’s archival collection, and give programs…

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