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- Ferguson, Samuel
- Samuel “Champ” Ferguson was one of the most notorious guerilla fighters
on either side of the Civil War. His partisan career is a prominent
example of how personal revenge, criminal acti... Continue Reading »
- Hurst, Fielding
- Fielding Hurst, a staunch southern Unionist during the Civil War, led
the Sixth Tennessee Cavalry (USA) and proved to be one of the war’s
most polarizing figures. An East Tennessee native, Hur... Continue Reading »
- Mabry-Hazen House
- The Mabry-Hazen House is a key resource for Knoxville’s Civil War and Reconstruction history. The home was built around 1858 by Joseph Alexander Mabry Jr., one of Knoxville’s most influent... Continue Reading »
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