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Denmark, Tennessee
Church, Historic House, Historical Society
This is a Church building built in 1854 with slave labor. It served as a prison for 97 soldiers of the 30th Illinois from the Battle of Briton Lane which is four miles behind the church. It is being restored. The building has hand hewn lumber, put together with square nails and windows made on site. There was a Masonic Lodge on the second floor with a pit for induction of converts to the York Rite of the lodge. One of only two known in Tennessee.
Denmark, Tennessee
Cemetery
This cemetery is on the original site of the Denmark Presbyterian Church established in 1820. It is the largest cemetery in this area. There are grave dating back to 1823 many Civil War Soldiers are buried here. Two whose bodies were brought her after the Battle of Britton Lane which is four miles from the cemetery. It has Many stones made of White Marble form Italy. General John Ingram, Comander of the Denmark Danes is buired here. Civil War Comander.
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Children's, Nature Centers
We are a hands-on children's museum specializing in the arts, science, and social studies. You can explore the properties of water at our Water Works exhibit, come face-to-face with fish and turtles in our Tennessee Live! exhibit, freeze your shadow on the wall, explore our 20 acres of wetlands outside the museum. Groups can visit for guided tours. To make a reservation call the number provided
Greeneville, Tennessee
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, University
The museum uses its collections and resources to promote the study and research of history, education, religion, and cultural heritage of the people of Northeast Tennessee and the state. 10,000 children and adults participate in the educational programs available at the Doak House Museum.
Ducktown, Tennessee
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