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Tale of Two Brave Women

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Tags: History | Civil War Henderson County | West of the French Broad | Jere Brittain

Henderson County News

County has a mixed record of honoring Confederacy

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Unlike many county seats in the South, Hendersonville does not have a Confederate monument that dominates its courthouse square. Few Southern towns have banished their Robert E. Lee memorial to a backyard corner of the public space, as Henderson County did seven years ago. And there can’t be many that display a monument to Union soldiers alongside one honoring the boys in gray.   Read Story »

Tags: Historic Courthouse | Civil War Henderson County

Henderson County Life

Garren's 'Measured in Blood' challenges 'Unionism myth'

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Terrell T. Garren fights his war with records and archives. And after studying more than 1,500 records of men from Henderson County who fought in the Civil War he concludes that oft-told tales of broad Union support here is based on myth.   Read Story »

Tags: History | Terrell T. Garren | Civil War Henderson County