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Slavery and Enslaved at Carnton

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This tour examines one of America's largest paradoxes: a nation where "all men are created equal," but millions were denied basic freedom.

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This tour examines one of America's largest paradoxes: a nation where "all men are created equal," but millions were denied basic freedom.  Learn about the men, women, and children who were enslaved at Carter House or Carnton, and how emancipation changed their lives.

This tour is not recommended for children.  However, if you choose to bring your child (or children) a ticket must be purchased regardless of age.

Contact Bill Clark at 615-794-0903 or at bill@boft.org for questions.

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Organizer The Battle of Franklin Trust

Organizer of Slavery and Enslaved at Carnton

The mission of The Battle of Franklin Trust is to preserve, understand, and interpret the story of a people forever impacted by the American Civil War.  The Battle of Franklin Trust is a 501(c)(3) organization. We manage two historic sites in Franklin, Tennessee, that witnessed the 1864 Battle of Franklin: Carter House and Carnton.

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