Civil War Trail
The Civil War Trails program has installed more than 1,000 interpretive markers at Civil War sites in Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, West Virginia, and North Carolina. Follow the trail of Clarksville's seven makers to discover this city's role during this tumultuous time in our nation's history.
Read About Local Historic Sites
CivilWarTraveler.com - Civil War battlefields & sites in 30 states.
Clarksville History Trails -- Three walkable trails ranging from 1 - 5 miles designed from by the Montgomery County GIS Department and local historian Carolyn Ferrell.
Tennessee Historical Commission - The Tennessee Historical Commission is the State Historic Preservation Office for Tennessee and has multiple programs related to historic preservation and history
Clarksville Foundry Inc. - Clarksville Foundry has been owned and operated by a member of the Foust family since 1912 and has a historical connection to the Civil War by manufacturing weaponry throughout the conflict.
Tennessee Civil War Heritage - Learn about the people, places, and events that take place in Tennessee that involve the Civil War.
Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area - The Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area tells the whole story of America's greatest challenge, 1860-1875: the powerful stories of vicious warfare, the demands of the home-front and occupation, the freedom of emancipation, and the enduring legacies of Reconstruction.