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(Sept. 2010) Enlarge Stop 06: Burleson House (circa 1836)

Original fence
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(Sept. 2010) Enlarge Stop 07: Two Bridges Across the Tennessee River



(Sept. 2010) Enlarge Two Bridges marker

(Sept. 2010) Enlarge Modern Day Railroad Bridge: This railroad bridge spanning the Tennessee River is located in the approximate location that the wartime railroad bridge was which was destroyed by Union troops during the siege of Decatur. Decatur was taken and it's citizens evicted. The buildings were torn down and a fort was made where the town once stood


(Sept. 2010) Enlarge Stop 08: Confederate Leadership at Decatur-McCartney Hotel Site


Enlarge Period photo of McCartney Hotel

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