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For visitors of the Stones River National Battlefield, Matt Spruill, a retired US Army colonel, Civil War historian, and former Gettysburg battlefield guide who conducts tours on various battlefields, and Lee Spruill, a paramedic, fireman, and retired US Army Reserve lieutenant colonel, offer a battlefield guide to key events of the Battle of Stones River, which occurred from December 1862 to January 1863.
In 2007, to examine the impact of new paths planned for Stones River National Battlefield in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Kidd worked with Julia Vaughn, who quickly collected a three-page list of volunteers, though only 20 were needed.
Last year, this species took a step toward recovery with the establishment of a new population at Stones River National Battlefield in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Site 1 is located at tour stop 3 of the Stones River National Battlefield, Site 2 at 3719 Lascassas Road approximately 30 m from the east fork of the Stones River, and Site 3 at the end of Lytle Creek Road in the southern portion of the county.
Stones River National Battlefield, Tennessee: Proposal to build highway through middle of park.