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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Summertown, Tennessee
Location of Summertown, Tennessee
► Lawrence County (30) ► Giles County (65) ► Lewis County (13) ► Maury County (84) ► Wayne County (22) ► Lauderdale County, Alabama (213)
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In September 1864, after Union Gen. William T. Sherman defeated Confederate Gen. John Bell Hood at Atlanta, Hood led the Army of Tennessee northwest against Sherman’s supply lines. Rather than contest Sherman’s “March to the . . . — — Map (db m75016) HM|
USA 1917-1919 Remembered
Erected in honor of the fifty heroic men from the 11th and 13th Civil Districts Lawrence Co. Tenn. who served in the Army and Navy of the U.S. in the World War 1917 - 1919 . . . — — Map (db m53568) HM|
| Later known as the Absalom Alexander Stand, it stood about 100 yards east, on the Military Road. A relay station and stage tavern, it was established about 1850 and functioned until operations by both armies in the war between the states caused its . . . — — Map (db m28662) HM|
|About four miles west, this was the scene of the first known settlement in Lawrence County. The Crosthwaite family came in 1804, the Walkers in 1809. A Cumberland Presbyterian church was established here shortly thereafter. Descendants of both . . . — — Map (db m80316) HM|