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Chattanooga, Tennessee. View of the front and side of Crutchfield House, post headquarters and hospital during the Civil War, and railroad depot | 1862

Chattanooga, Tennessee. View of the front and side of Crutchfield House, post headquarters and hospital during the Civil War, and railroad depot | 1862

Tivoli Theatre Chattanooga, Tennessee

Tivoli Theatre Chattanooga, Tennessee

Image 20648/Tennessee State Library and Archives

Image 20648/Tennessee State Library and Archives

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Trolley

Trolley

Coming around the mountain. Walden's Ridge. Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Coming around the mountain. Walden's Ridge. Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Chattanooga, Tennessee. Confederate prisoners at railroad depot. It was made in 1864.

Chattanooga, Tennessee. Confederate prisoners at railroad depot. It was made in 1864.

Chattanooga, Tennessee. Confederate prisoners at railroad depot 1864

Chattanooga, Tennessee. Confederate prisoners at railroad depot 1864

Real Photograph Chattanooga TN Incline Railroad up Lookout Mountain Real Photo Circa 1930 by Photographer Signed WM Cline 3 and 5 8ths by 2 and a half printed on Velox Photo Paper 1 by UpNorth Memories - Donald (Don) Harrison, via Flickr

Real Photograph Chattanooga TN Incline Railroad up Lookout Mountain Real Photo Circa 1930 by Photographer Signed WM Cline 3 and 5 8ths by 2 and a half printed on Velox Photo Paper 1 by UpNorth Memories - Donald (Don) Harrison, via Flickr

Glen Leven estate, the more than 150-year-old Oak Hill home that served as a field hospital during the Battle of Nashville has been preserved along with the 65 acres of open land surrounding it. The Glen Leven estate is the largest piece of Nashville’s Civil War battlefield still intact, according to Civil War preservation expert and former BONPS president Doug Jones.

Glen Leven estate, the more than 150-year-old Oak Hill home that served as a field hospital during the Battle of Nashville has been preserved along with the 65 acres of open land surrounding it. The Glen Leven estate is the largest piece of Nashville’s Civil War battlefield still intact, according to Civil War preservation expert and former BONPS president Doug Jones.

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