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1. The Mabry-Hazen House

2. Mabry-Hazen House, Knoxville - Wikipedia
3. Fort Dickerson: Historical Marker Date Base

4. Knoxville National Cemetery - Knox County, Tennessee
5. Cemeteries - Knoxville National Cemetery - Burial & Memorials
6. Find A Grave - Knoxville National Cemetery
7. Knoxville National Cemetery - Wikipedia
8. Union Soldiers Monument

(2007)  Fort Dickerson, one of 16 forts which protected Knoxville. Constructed by the Federals during the winter of 1863-64, it was named for Lt. Jonathan Dickerson, killed during the Knoxville Campaign

(2007)  Fort Dickerson,


(2007)  Fort Dickerson

(2007) Mabry-Hazen House Enlarge Union and Confederate soldiers occupied the strategic site (which was adjacent to Fort Hill) during the war. Confederate General Felix Zollicoffer set up headquarters in the house in 1861, but it was Union forces who later fortified the grounds when they took control of Mabry Hill


(2007) Enlarge Knoxville National Cemetery. Union Soldiers Monument


(2007) Enlarge Knoxville National Cemetery

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