Historic Markers Across Tennessee



Battle of Nashville (December 16, 1864) — Confederate Final Stand —



Marker ID: NHC 134
Location: on Tyne Boulevard, Nashville, TN
County: Davidson
Coordinates: N 36° 4.658    W 086° 46.616
  36.07763333    -86.77693333
Style: Free Standing **
Waymark: None
 



Text:

After the withdrawal from the main Confederate line at Peach Orchard Hill, Lt. Gen. Stephen D. Lee formed a battle line across Franklin Pike 400 yards east of here with 200 men from the remnants of Brig. Gen. Henry Clayton's division and two cannons from the Eufaula Light Artillery. This last line of defense halted the Federal pursuit for the night as the Confederate army retreated through the hills to the southwest.

Erected 2008 by The Historical Commission of Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County.


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More information:
Wikipedia: Battle of Nashville
CWSAC Battle Summery: Battle of Nashville
Civil War Home: Battle of Nashville Official Records