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    1345 Eastern Flank Circle

    Possibly the five bloodiest hours of America's Civil War took place here at the Battle of Franklin. On November 30, 1864, Carnton was occupied by Confederate troops ...

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    1140 Columbia Ave

    The Carter House stood as a command post for the Confederate army during the Battle of Frankin in 1864. Today, it stands as a reminder of America's Civil War. The red-brick structure, as well as other buildings ...

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    1111 Columbia Ave

    Carpenter Albert Lotz built this grand home in 1858 on what would become the site of the Battle of Franklin during the Civil War. Lotz turned his home into a makeshift hospital for the injured ...

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    110 4th Ave S

    This hometown bakery makes the great rolls and breads found in local grocery stores, but visitors to the downtown Franklin area can enjoy some of the bakery's other ...

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    132 2nd Ave N

    Bearing the slogan, "Where the West Begins," Cowboy Store works hard to keep the best in Western apparel, jewelry and accessories in stock at all times. Wrangler jeans ...

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    246 2nd Ave S

    Peggy's Place features collectibles of all types, such as Harbor Lights and Snow Bunnies. Specialty pottery pieces by accomplished ...

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    118 4th Ave S

    You'll delight in the laid-back atmosphere of this cozy Franklin shop called Franklin Booksellers. Help yourself to a free cup of coffee and settle into a cozy chair to read the book you're thinking ...

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    230 Franklin Rd

    Franklin is filled with buildings of historical significance. One of these structures is The Factory. This was the former home of the Dortch Stove ...

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    1345 Carnton Ln

    There are dozens of historic sites in Middle Tennessee that tour companies don't even cover. Tennessee Antebellum Trail, a 90-mile self-guided driving tour helps ...

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    1915 Mallory Ln

    Academy Sports & Outdoors is designed to please anyone who loves to participate in sports or action in the great outdoors! More than 52,000 square feet ...