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Stones River National Battlefield, Tennessee

Stones River National Battlefield, Tennessee

draft general management plan, development concept plan, environmental impact statement

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Resource Planning Group, Denver Service Center in [Denver, Colo.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historic sites -- Tennessee -- Stones River National Battlefield,
  • Battlefields -- Tennessee -- Stones River National Battlefield,
  • National parks and reserves -- Tennessee -- Stones River National Battlefield,
  • Stones River National Battlefield (Tenn.) -- Management

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. National Park Service. Denver Service Center
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 160 p. :
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14479937M
    OCLC/WorldCa37256060

    Welcome to Middle Tennessee Civil War Relics, our online Civil War Relic Shop. We have owned and operated an "open to the public" Civil War relic shop "YESTERYEAR - MIDDLE TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR RELICS" located next door to the Stones River National Battlefield Visitor Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee since Stones River National Battlefield. Site Directions: Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Bobby Wilson, Executive Director Edmondson Pike Ellington Agricultural Center Nashville, TN () @ Chat Help; Translate.

    "*GPO: / Reprint " Title from panel. Includes descriptive index to points of interest and col. ill. Text, maps of "The Battle, Decem " and "The Battle, January 2, ," and ill. (some col.) on verso. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. The Stones River Cedar Glade and Barrens is a acre natural area within Stones River National Battlefield in Rutherford County. It is located in the Central Basin of Middle Tennessee in Murfreesboro. Stones River National Battlefield was an important Civil War battlefield and a .

    Located 1 mile from Stones River National Battlefield, this Tennessee hotel features an outdoor pool and gym. Its spacious rooms offer free Wi-Fi and a inch flat-screen TV with HBO. The front desk staff were very friendly. Breakfast was wonderful. Pillows and bedding were superb. You'll find Econo Lodge Inn & Suites ® right off of Interstate 24 in western Murfreesboro, close to shopping, dining and a number of the area's top attractions. Whether you're here for a visit to Middle Tennessee State University just 5 miles away or exploring the historic grounds at nearby Stones River National Battlefield, our pet-friendly hotel is easy to find, easy to book and easy on.


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Stones River National Battlefield, Tennessee Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Stones River National Battlefield bookstore is managed by America's National Parks and is located in the Visitor Center.

Here you can find many different items, from Tennessee book War books to National Park Passport stamps. America's National Parks is a non-profit partner of the National Park Service.

A Hard Earned Victory. The Battle of Stones River began on the last day of and was one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Civil War. The battle produced important military and political gains for the Union, and it changed forever the people who lived and fought here. I love history and here in Tennessee, we are steeped in it.

we had lunch Stones River National Battlefield drove a short distance to the Stones River Battlefield. My sister What a great little gem the stones river battlefield national Park is. From the motor tour, hiking trails, as well as the visitor center, it’s a /5().

The Battle of Stones River (also known as the Second Battle of Murfreesboro) was a battle fought from Decemto January 2,in Middle Tennessee, as the culmination of the Stones River Campaign in the Western Theater of the American Civil the major battles of the war, Stones River had the highest percentage of casualties on both on: Near Murfreesboro.

Stones River Battlefield—that's where. Inone of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War raged through the fields. Today, the battlefield is a peaceful acre park, with 7 miles of hiking trails. Stones River National Battlefield, a acre ( km 2) park along the Stones River in Rutherford County, Tennessee, three miles (5 km) northwest of Murfreesboro and twenty-eight miles southeast of Nashville, memorializes the Battle of Stones key battle of the American Civil War occurred on Decem and January 2,and resulted in a strategic Union victory.

Description of Stones River National Battlefield Stones River National Battlefield (STRI) contains a portion of the site of the Battle of Stones River, the key Civil War battle in the struggle for middle Tennessee.

The battle took place over two days, Decemand January 2,and resulted in a Union victory. The park was established. The Stones River National Battlefield, located three miles northwest of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, is administered by the National Park Service.

A driving tour, walking trails, museum, bookstore and living history events are offered from the Visitor Center. More than 6, Union soldiers are buried in Stones River National Cemetery. Of these, 2, are unknown. The Confederate Army of Tennessee was camped in Murfreesboro, Tennessee only 30 miles away from General William S.

Rosecrans’ army in Nashville. General Braxton Bragg chose this area in order to position himself to stop any Union advances towards Chattanooga and to protect the rich farms of Middle Tennessee that were feeding his men.

Tour Road, Stones River National Cemetery, McFadden Farm & Redoubt Brannan: 8 AM to 5 PM. Park Grounds Open to Pedestrians and Bicyclists: Sunrise to Sunset. Fortress Rosecrans: Sunrise to Sunset. Visitors may park at Tour Stop #5 or the visitor center parking lot when accessing the park between 5 PM and sunset.

Stones River National Battlefield, Tennessee Other Title Touring the battlefield Contributor Names R.R. American bibliography, Sabin, J. Dictionary of books relating to America from Contributor: Jefferson Exhibit Collection (Library of Congress) - Ellicott, Andrew - Budd and Bartram.

The following books are suggested reading for additional insights into the Civil War and its key battles: Peter Cozzens, No Better Place to Die: The Battle of Stones River (Champaign: University of Illinois Press, ), Matt Spruill, Winter Lightning: A Guide to the Battle of Stones River (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, ), James.

Stones River National Battlefield is a national park which remembers one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. The park includes a cemetery, greenways and the museum/visitor center.

The visitor center is a great place to start upon arrival. They have a museum and you can watch a video. The day we came a lot was happening/5(32). Tennessee (TN) Murfreesboro ; Things to Do in Murfreesboro ; What a great little gem the stones river battlefield national Park is. From the motor tour, hiking trails, as well as the visitor center, it’s a fine, free stop in Murfreesboro.

Stones River NB gets an A+ in my book. Have never seen a Civil War site so well maintained /5(). Battle of Stones River page with battle maps, history articles, photos, recommended books and more for this important Civil War battle in Tennessee.

After his October defeat at Perryville in Kentucky, Gen. Braxton Bragg withdrew his army into middle Tennessee. "*GPO: / Reprint " Includes descriptive index and col. ill. Text, maps of "The Battle, Decme " and "The Battle, January 2, ," and ill.

(some col.) on verso. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Stones River National Battlefield, a acre ( km2) park along the Stones River in Rutherford County, Tennessee, three miles (5 km) northwest of Murfreesboro and twenty-eight miles southeast of Nashville, memorializes the Battle of Stones River.

This key battle of the American Civil War. Scale ca. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), Illustrates a descriptive leaflet.

The map indicates Union and Confederate lines, the direction of the Confederate attack, roads and streets, and the park boundary. Description derived from published bibliography. Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image. CK: From a preservation perspective, Stones River is the tale of two battlefields - the land owned by the Park Service, and the privately-held areas outside the boundaries of Stones River National Battlefield.

The land inside the park is well-preserved and looks like it did in /63, while the park's new visitor center and ongoing. Established inthe Stones River National Battlefield preserves over acres of scenery, commemorating a key Union victory during the American Civil War.

The central Tennessee park draws overvisitors each year. Stones River National Battlefield, Tennessee Other Title Stones River, official map and guide R.R. American bibliography, Sabin, J. Dictionary of books relating to America from Contributor: Jefferson Exhibit Collection (Library of Congress) - Ellicott, Andrew - Budd and Bartram - .Stones River National Battlefield, Tennessee: draft general management plan: development concept plan: environmental impact statement (SuDoc I /3:ST 7) [U.S.

Dept of Interior] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Stones River National Battlefield, Tennessee: draft general management plan: development concept plan: environmental impact statement (SuDoc I /3:ST 7).I love history and here in Tennessee, we are steeped in it.

After our visit to the Oakland’s antebellum Mansion, we had lunch then drove a short distance to the Stones River Battlefield. My sister-in-law loves National Parks and really looked forward to this venue.

We /5().