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Douglass-Clark House, Gallatin

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Douglass-Clark House, restored by Sumner County, is a visitors and interpretive center. The house is on the Tennessee and National Register of Historic Places. A single room inside the house served as one of the earliest Sumner County Courthouses from 1788 until 1790. The home also has Civil War significance with four of the Clark brothers serving in the Confederate army. A Civil War Trail Marker is at the site.
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  • We discovered the Douglass-Clark House in Gallatin, TN as part of our quest to find the best off-the-beaten-path gems in Tennessee. This restored historic home/court house dates back to the 1780s but....  more »
  • Had a nice tour. Andrew is very, very knowledgeable with the history, we were not rushed and were given time to ask questions. He can also share other places to see.  more »
  • Andrew gave a great and informative tour. Thanks for highlighting the rich history of the area.
  • I loved the tour, I love Learning everything that I can about the civil war and going here helped me learn some more thing.

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