Fort Negley Related Links
African American Registry
The most comprehensive on-line storehouse of African American heritage in the world dedicated to uniting and transforming communities through education and learning.
Battle of Nashville Preservation Society, Inc.
A not-for-profit group dedicated to preservation and education with the non-partisanship of a historical association, honoring the men who fought for both the Union and the Confederacy on Nashville soil.
Civil War Fortification Study Group
Dedicates itself to the study, preservation, and dissemination of information on the most visible reminders of the sacrifices made during the American Civil War, the fortifications.
Civil War Trails
Civil War Trails Signs link more than 1,000 Civil War sites, many accessible to the public for the first time, located in five states along ten breathtaking trails.
Civil War Trust
A national non-profit focused on education and the preservation of Civil War battlefields and structures.
Middle TN Civil War Trails
The Eagle Scout Project identifies Civil War trails across the Middle Tennessee area.
Nashville Civil War Roundtable
The NCWRT offers Guest Speakers and Presentations on a Variety of Topics, Historic Site Tours, and Support for Historic Preservation. The group meets on the 3rd Monday of each month at Ft Negley.
Tennessee Civil War GIS Project
A partnership between the Tennessee State Library and Archives, MTSU, USGS, NPS, and TN Map that links modern GIS technology with modern maps, historical battle maps, aerial photography, and other sources.
Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area
The result of a partnership between the National Park Service and the MTSU Center for Historic Preservation that seeks educational, tourism, and recreational opportunities to tell the powerful stories of the war and its lasting effects.
Tennessee Civil War Preservation Association
A non-profit focused on the preservation and interpretation of battle related sites in Tennessee.
Tennessee Historical Society
Non-profit, membership organization established in 1849 and headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee which promotes interest in and preservation of all matters relating to the history of Tennessee.