Historical Markers in
Giles County, Tennessee

Aaron V. Brown Aaron Venable Brown Bodenham Mill Bridgeforth High School Church of the Messiah Civil War in Tennessee Col. Thomas Kennedy Gordon Confederate Retreat at Sugar Creek Count Casimir Pulaski (1747-1779) Donald Grady Davidson (1893~1966) John Crowe Ransom (1888~1974) Dr. William Albert Lewis Edward Everett Eslick (1872-1932) Elkton Bridge Establishment of Pulaski / Giles County First Presbyterian Church of Pulaski First Section of Tennessee Interstate Forrest's September Raid Gabriel McKissack General John Adams, CSA General John Calvin Brown Giles County / Marshall County Giles County Courthouses Giles County High School Ironwork Giles County Trail of Tears Memorial Giles County's First Courthouse Governor John C. Brown House Grissom Colonial Hall History of Colonial Hall James M. McCallum John Adams John Calvin Brown John Goff Ballentine Lairdland Farm House Lynnville Historic District Maplewood Cemetery Martin College Minor Hill War Memorial Native Americans in Giles County Neill S. Brown Neill Smith Brown Noblit-Lytle House Nunahi-Duna-Dlo-Hily-I Old Graveyard Professor John Thomas Bridgeforth Pulaski Academy Pulaski Cornerstone — Northeast Pulaski Cornerstone — Southeast Pulaski Courthouse Square Historic District Sam Davis Sam Davis Sam Davis Avenue Historic District Sam Davis Capture Site Samuel “Sam” Davis Schofield Schofield's Withdrawal Seventh Kentucky Mounted Infantry Memorial South Pulaski Historic District Tennessee AMVETS Veterans Memorial The Bell Route The Benge Route The Bridge The Trail of Tears Interpretive Center This Well Thomas Martin (1799-1870) Thomas McKissack Jones Trail of Tears United States Colored Infantry Walter Hershel Beech