Spring Hill, Tennessee

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Spring Hill Panoramas
1. Battle of Spring Hill - Wikipedia
2. The Battle of Spring Hill Summary & Facts
3. Tennessee Civil War Battle Spring Hill
Absalom Thompson House
Caldwell Family Cemetery   2
Center of Union Def. Position Marker
Civil War Preservation Trust Marker
Confederate Attacks at Spring Hill Marker
Ewell Farm   2
Ewell Farm Marker
Federal Defense of Spring Hill Marker
Forrest's Headquarters at Spring Hill
Hood and Schofield Marker
Hood's Command Post Marker
Hood's Headquarters
Martin Cheairs House   2
McKissack House
Nathaniel Cheairs House
Oak Lawn
Rally Hill Pike
Rutherford Creek
Spring Hill, November 29, 1864 Marker
The Town of Spring Hill Marker
Van Dorn Death Site
Van Dorn's Headquarters
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(3-95) US-31, north of Spring Hill

Hood and Schofield Marker: November 29, 1864. About 1/2 mile east, Buford's Division of Forrest's Cavalry Corps drove in pickets from Opdyke's and Lane's Federal Brigades and contained their defenses, extending west to the railroad. Meanwhile, Stewart's Corps, marching north further eastward, with orders to bar the Nashville road, was halted by order from Hood. This caused the entire operation plan to fail, resulting in the Battles of Franklin and Nashville 

(3-95) McKissack House 1845, US-31, Spring Hill. Local legend says Union General John M. Schofield stopped here while his army was escaping Hood's trap in November 1864


(3-95) US-31, Spring Hill

Ewell Farm Marker: This was the last home of Lt. Gen. Richard S. Ewell, C.S.A. Here his wife and their son, Maj. Campbell Brown, with Capt. M. C. Campbell and W. J. Webster, brought the first Jersey cattle imported from the Channel Island to Tennessee. Here, also, was developed the "Hal" strain of pacers. Little Brown Jug and his brother, Brown Hal, are buried in the vicinity

(3-95) Ewell Farm, 1 mile west of Spring Hill on Depot Street.

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