Fort Negley - Overgrown Limestone Walls in the Woods Near Nashville (A0006905)Keith Dotson Photography
Black and white photograph of the old stone walls of Fort Negley Civil War fort, overgrown with weeds and plants in the woods near Nashville, Tennessee. Fort Negley is a star-shaped structure built of limestone blocks on a hilltop south of the city, and was the largest inland fort built during the American Civil War. The fort was built by the Union army in 1862 as a defensive post after the Confederates lost control of Nashville in successive battles, but with fighting concentrated in other areas, the fort never saw action.
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