Easily accessible just off Columbia Pike about two miles south of downtown Franklin. The view from Winsted Hill sets the stage for all that happened once General Hood told his senior officers that they were to promptly form ranks and storm the Union works to the north. Pause to read the half dozen or so monuments with their moving tributes to the Confederate commanders who fell in the battle (monuments erected by the Sons of Confederate Veterans or Daughters of the Confederacy) and recall William Faulkner's words, that in the South, "the past is never dead. It's not even past."
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