All Saints' Chapel
Army of Tennessee, July 4, 1863
Beersheba Inn Historical Marker | Beersheba Springs
Beersheba Springs Historic District
Coalmont Bank Building
Historic Places | Sewanee
Convocation Hall (1886) was originally planned for convocations of the University and for meetings of the senate and board of trustees. It served as a library from 1901 to 1965.
Breslin Tower, donated by Thomas and Elizabeth Breslin, houses a Seth Thomas clock and chimes given by The Rev. George William Douglas. The tower also houses Sewanee’s Bentley Bells, which were made possible by a gift from Mrs. Donne Bentley Wright of Chattanooga. These English change-ringing bells were cast at Whitechapel Bell Foundry of London, England, which was also responsible for Big Ben and our Liberty Bell.
Cowan Railroad Museum
Cumberland Mountain Tunnel
Forrest’s Murfreesboro Raid
Gager Lime Manufacturing Company Mine Building
Goshen Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Gruetli Historical Marker | Gruetli-Laager
Highlander Folk School
Hundred Oaks Castle
Lone Rock Coke Ovens
Ryan Mabee House
Marugg Stagecoach Inn
Mary Noailles Murfree
Melchior Thoni Jr.
Monteagle Sunday School Assembly
“Shapard Tower, standing 134 feet tall, is found to the south side of the chapel. It was designed after the tower at Saint Mary the Virgin, the university church of Oxford, England. It houses the 56-bell Leonidas Polk Memorial Carillon. It was donated by W. Dudley Gale III, a descendant of Bishop Polk, bishop of Louisiana, lieutenant-general in the Confederate Army and a key figure in the founding of the University of the South.”
Trail of Tears Historic Route