A large mansion that held center stage during a grizzly Civil War battle is now a popular tourist destination.. In Short Built in 1825 by Randal McGavock and later used as a field hospital, Carnton played a central role in the Civil War when four Confederate generals were during the bloody Battle of Franklin. Their bodies were placed on the rear veranda of this stately Greek Revival. Bloodstains are still visible on the floorboards. Today, visitors tour the distinctive large brick house to learn of 19th century Tennessee life.
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