This site turned out to be much more than we had anticipated. There were a half dozen stone monuments commemorating the 5 Confederate generals who died at the battle of Franklin, a memorial in tribute to the valor of the Army of Tennessee, a monument to an artillery officer killed on the site, and a shelter at the top of the hill with a diorama showing how the battle played out on the landscape before you. We found it to be a most solemn and respectful tribute to those brave Americans who answered the call of duty to a cause they believed in.
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