Confederate Soldiers Monument

Address: Cumberland Square Park off of Cumberland Street Bristol, TN 37620 Phone: (423) 989-4850
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Built in 1920, this monument honors the men and women of Tennessee and Virginia that fought for the Civil War’s Confederate Army. Among the many Civil War soldiers that served from Bristol was Colonel John S. Mosby. Mosby was deemed the “Gray Ghost” because of his quick raids on Union strongholds and his ability to vanish before capture.

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City: Bristol, TN
Subregion: East Tennessee

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