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 on the grounds, still shows evidence of a bitter assault. Built in 1830, the fully restored home offers a look into life in the war-torn South. Inside you will find period antiques and architecture. There is also a museum, gift shop and visitor center.
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