Hand-drawn map of Franklin showing locations of the fort, major streams, roads, and the railroad. The map includes a chronology of action of both Federal and Confederate troops near Franklin from March 1862 to December 1864.
Copy print of Lieutenant Colonel John C. Shackleford, Company G, Peter Turney's First Tennessee Regiment. Shackleford has a mustache and full beard. He is wearing wool uniform and cap. He was killed at Gaines Mill, Virginia.
Confederate sword manufactured in Memphis, Tennessee. Family legend states that Colonel Andrew Jackson Kellar, Company D, 4th Tennessee Infantry, carried this sword during the Battles of Franklin and Nashville.
Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) spoon commemorating a reunion. The handle of the spoon is in the shape of a soldier with a rifle. An eagle, holding a sword over two crossed cannons sits in the base of the spoon.
Military discharge for Corporal George W. Henderson, Company E, 17th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment. A copy of a photograph of Henderson is attached to the top left corner of the certificate. Henderson, born in Christian County, Kentucky,...