Historical Markers in
Henderson County, Tennessee

122nd Illinois Infantry Regiment 14 Monroe Avenue 18th Illinois Mounted Infantry 22 Monroe Avenue 24 Monroe Avenue 26 Monroe Avenue 31 Natchez Trace Drive 38 South Main Street 39th Iowa Infantry Regiment 40 South Main Street 42 South Main Street 50 South Main 50th Indiana Infantry Regiment 52 South Main 54 Main Street 58 South Main Street 7th Wisconsin Light Artillery A Concealed Assault A Dogged Defense A Fire Terrible In Its Intensity A Lull in the Fighting A Panicked Stampede A Very Successful Campaign Battle for Lexington Battle of Parker's Crossroads Battlefield Overview Casualties of War Civil War Artillery Confederate Artillery Position Confederate Horseholders Cyrus Livingston Dunham Desperate Fighting Dibrell's Position Doe Creek Cemetery Doe Creek Church and School Doe Creek School Dunham Strikes Back Dunham Takes the Offensive Dunham's Artillery is Forced to Withdraw Dunham's Position Enfilading the Line Farmers State Bank and FirstBank: A Century of Community Banking Flight to Safety Forrest Averts Disaster Forrest Seizes the Advantage Forrest's Artillery Forrest's Artillery Leads the Attack Forrest's Big Show Forrest's Raid Forrest's Raid Forrest's Tactics Forrest's West Tennessee Raid Freeman's Battery Freeman's Battery Fuller's Assault History of Sardis Cemetery Hometown of Buddy Cannon Lt. Col. Alonzo Napier Manning the Guns Manning the Guns McPeake Cabin Mills Darden Mills Darden Montgomery High School Morton's Battery Napier's Assault on the 39th Iowa Nathan Bedford Forrest Parker's Cross Roads Parker's Crossroads Parker's Crossroads Parker's Crossroads City Park Pleasant Exchange Prelude to Battle/December 31, 1862—the Battle/Union and Confederate Forces Prof. B.A. Tucker Raiders' Escape Route Red Mound Reverend R. Swift Russell & Woodward's Advance Scotts Hill Surprise and Chaos The Battle Begins The Battle of Parker's Crossroads The Battle of Parker's Crossroads The Battle of Parker's Crossroads The Battle of Parker's Crossroads The Battle of Parker's Crossroads The Battle of Parker's Crossroads The Battle of Parker's Crossroads The Battle of Parker's Crossroads The Confederate Escape The Federal Forces The Lexington-Huntingdon Road The Tides of War Three Desperate Charges Union Cemetery Union Wagon Train Veterans Memorial Veterans Monument Withdrawal to the Split-Rail Fence "Charge Them Both Ways" "Give 'Em Hell" "The General Demands An Unconditional Surrender"