Established in 1989, The Friends of Stones River National Battlefield, Inc. serves as both an advocacy and advisory group for and a cooperative partner of the National Park Service to positively promote and protect the history and resources of Stones River National Battlefield.
The Friends of Stones River National Battlefield, Inc. is considered a tax-exempt nonprofit corporation under the laws of the State of Tennessee and classified as a 501(c)(3) organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Code.
The purpose of the Middle Tennessee Civil War Round Table is to study, explore, and examine all facets of this defining moment in our nation's history. We particularly focus on the impact of the Civil War upon the lives of the men, women, and children of Middle Tennessee.
The Round Table meets monthly to discuss Civil War topics and to participate in programs presented by guest speakers from the local area and across the nation. We also sponsor and participate in community events to educate the public about the rich Civil War heritage of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County.
Did You Know?
Brig. Gen. Joeseph Palmer, who commanded a Confederate brigade during the Battle of Stones River, had been the mayor of Murfreesboro prior to the outbreak of war. More...