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    McKendree Church in Nashville. Image from - Clarke, Ida C. G. All About Nashville: A Complete Historical Guide Book to the City. Nashville, Tenn: Marshall & Bruce Co, 1912.

    Centennial Club in Nashville. Image from - Clarke, Ida C. G. All About Nashville: A Complete Historical Guide Book to the City. Nashville, Tenn: Marshall & Bruce Co, 1912.

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    Christ Church in Nashville. Beautiful picture from book - Rankin, Anne. Christ Church, Nashville, 1829-1929. Nashville, Tenn: Marshall & Bruce Co, 1929. Book is online full-text at FamilySearch books

    McKendree Methodist Church - picture taken by Taneya Koonce May 3, 2014.

    Nashville Tennessee Davidson County City Hall Circa: 1900-1920

    Memorial Chapel at Fisk University in Tennessee

    Historical marker for Sarah Estell - a free black woman business owner in the slavery era. Her shop was located near McKendree Church.

    Fort Nashboro James Robertson Hotel Nashville, TN Description: Fort Nashboro, a reproduction of log fort built by James Robertson, founder of Nashville, in 1779. It is fiting that "The South's Finest" Apartment Hotel should be named after this famous pioneer. James Robertson Hotel Nashville, Tenn. Hotel rooms - suites apartments Fireproof - Modern soundproof - centrally located Elevator Service to Garage in Basement - Coffee Shop

    The American Revolution - (Patrick Henry) Patrick Henry is perhaps best known for the speech he made in the House of Burgesses on March 23, 1775, in Saint John's Church in Richmond, Virginia. Listen to "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" The House was undecided on whether to mobilize for military action against the encroaching British military force, and Henry argued in favor of mobilization.

    The triple deck pulpit in Historic Christ Church, built in 1735--one of two surviving triple deckers from colonial Virginia.

    Built in 1928, the Wightman Chapel in Nashville is on the National Historic Register.

    Mappy Monday: Nashville, Tennessee, 1919 #genealogy #familyhistory

    The Bell Witch - a piece of Nashville history

    Grave site of Andrew Jackson, Nashville TN, He is actually burried on his own property, along with his slaves and animals. He was the only president to leave office with the national debt not in the red (I think)

    We at Historic Nashville are grateful for the opportunity to partner with the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, the Metro Historical Commission Foundation, Vanderbilt University, and MTSU in this creative collaboration to determine the identities of the 19 people buried in a cemetery at the entrance to the Zoo.

    Christ Church Cathedral on Broadway in downtown Nashville adorned with wreaths from The Tulip Tree.

    From The History of Davidson County, Tennessee , by W.W. Clayton 1880

    Belmont Plantation located in Nashville, Tennessee belmontmansion.co...

    St. Mary's Cathedral at 5th and Charlotte - is the oldest surviving church in Nashville and was used as a military hospital during the Civil War.