The latest installment for National Cemetery Stories has started on our web site. It is a five-part story about the grave of James Henshaw. New parts will post every week so keep checking for the next update. For his story, click this link James Henshaw
The National Park Service celebrates its 107th birthday on Friday, August 25th. A great way to celebrate is to visit a national park site near you, like Stones River National Battlefield.
The second installment of the Battles Beyond Boundaries series has posted. It is a story of the events on the east side of Thompson Lane near the railroad overpass and New Vision Church. Check it out at Thompson Road
Most residents of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County don't realize that the Battle of Stones River was fought in a far greater area than the land protected by Stones River National Battlefield. In fact, the National Park Service only protects about 15% of the battlefield. Our News and Stories tab will explore modern day Murfreesboro against the historical events over 160 years ago. The first story discusses what happened at Franklin Road and Gresham Lane. Check it out at Battles Beyond Boundaries
Visit Additional Resources under the News and Stories tab to find valuable links. These resources provide information about the battle, soldiers and the Civil War in Tennessee. Additional Resources