The Legacy of Stones River
As we commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, join us to reexamine one of the most significant battles of that conflict. The Battle of Stones River proved to be one of the war's bloodiest battles and had farreaching strategic, political, and social consequences. It changed the lives of thousands and still has meaning today.
Did You Know?
The men of Parsons' Battery, Batteries H & M of the Fourth U.S. Artillery, fired 2,199 cannon rounds during the Battle of Stones River. That was more than ten percent of all of the Union artillery rounds fired during the battle.