Fort #3 in the Nashville defenses:
Rose Park: 1000 Edgehill Ave, Nashville, TN 37203
Fort Morton (3) (1862-1867) – A Union U.S. Civil War Fort established in 1862 in present day Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee. Named Fort Morton after Brigadier General USV, James St. Clair Morton, who was killed before Petersburg 17 Jun 1864. The fort was abandoned by Union troops in 1867 after the end of the war and after Tennessee had returned to the Union. – fortwiki.com
Federal Tour of Forts, earthworks and Headquarters:
Note: get the full screen experience by clicking the icon in the lower left of the video frame. A zoom option is available also for reading the historical signage. Some markers are embedded in the floating icons.