Parson Brownlow’s home

Via the Tennessee State Library & Archives where it is not made clear whether this was the Brownlow home in 1863, when he fled the Longstreet siege, or only later, after he was governor. So let’s go ahead and think of defiant Susan’s Stars & Stripes hanging in the parlor window during C.S.A. Gen. Zollicoffer’s oversight of the town.

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About Dick Stanley

Retired Texas daily newspaperman
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