Historical Markers in
Maury County, Tennessee

1946 Columbia Race Riot / A.J. Morton Funeral Home Advance and Retreat Alfred Osborn Pope Nicholson Andrew Johnson Athenaeum Rectory Bethel House Hotel / The Princess Theatre Billy Direct Birthplace of James Percy Priest Branham and Hughes Military Academy Breckenridge Hatter's Shop Brigadier General John Carpenter Carter Camille Leonie Herndon Capt. John Gordon Capt. Meade Frierson Clarke Training School Cleburne's Pursuit College Hill High School Columbia Fire Department Columbia Military Academy Confederate Attacks at Spring Hill Confederate Deployment Confederate Movements After Sunset Culleoka Cantaloupes Culleoka Methodist Church Davis' Ford Delaying Forrest Edward Franklin “Pop” Geers Edward Ward Carmack Ewell Farm Ewell Farm Fairview Park First County Seat Location Forrest & Wilson Forrest and Capron Forrest's 3:00 p.m. Cavalry Attack Freedmen's Savings Bank and Trust Company Frierson Cemetery GrafTech International / National Carbon Company Greenwood Highland Hall Historic Elm Springs Hood and Schofield Hood's Command Post Hood's Maneuver James Edwin R. Carpenter James K. Polk James K. Polk House James Knox Polk Jane Knox Polk Chapter John Harlan Willis Memorial Bridge Jonathan Webster Joseph Brown Left of the Union Defensive Position Lt. James C. Wooten, II Lt. Joseph A. Irvine Major Nathaniel F. Cheairs Martin Cheairs Home Maury County Colored Hospital Maury County War Memorial Maury Light Artillery Mount Lebanon Missionary Baptist Church Mount Pleasant Commercial Historic District Mount Pleasant Confederate Memorial Nashville and Decatur Railroad Nathan Vaught Nathan Vaught Nelson House Hotel Oaklawn Old Natchez Trace Old Well Cemetery Pleasant Mount Cumberland Presbyterian Church Polk's Boyhood Home Rattle and Snap Plantation Rev. Franklin Gillette Smith Rippavilla Plantation Road to Nashville Rose Hill Confederate Memorial Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church Sam Davis Sam Watkins Schofield's Retreat Side by Side Site of the First Law Office of James Knox Polk Spring Hill, Tennessee ~ November 29, 1864 St. John's St. John's Episcopal Church St. Peter's Church (Episcopal) Stands on the Old Trace Tennessee Tobacco Farm The Battle of Spring Hill The Battle of Spring Hill The Battle of Spring Hill The Bigby Greys The Confederate Monument The Forrest-Gould Affair The Founding of Maury County and Columbia The Gordon House The Gordon House The Natchez Trace at the Tobacco Farm The Polk Family The Reverend Edmund Kelly The Tobacco Barn The Town of Spring Hill, Tennessee Tobacco Farm - Old Trace Union Station Train Depot William Banks Caperton Zion "Betty Lee Park"