The historically challenged and history buffs alike come to see the state's past.. In Short This museum, one of the largest in the Southeast, traces the history of the Volunteer State and the nation from American Indian settlements through the Civil War and into the early 1900s. Paintings, quilts, furniture and firearms are only parts of the treasure chest of unique artifacts on hand. There's Davy Crockett's powder horn as well as Andrew Jackson's hat and the Medal of Honor that Alvin York earned in World War I.
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