Remains of Union Soldier found in Tennessee

Published on May 15th, 2009 | by Admin


A construction crew in Franklin, Tennessee have stumbled across the remains of what historians believe to be a Union soldier.

Along with the remains, police say military style uniform buttons were found in the dirt.

Detectives contacted members of the Carter House and Carnton Plantation, Civil War historic sites in Franklin. 

Representatives from both, along with the States Archeologist identified the findings as having historical value. 

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