Henegar House

Address: 428 Market St., Charleston, TN
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Henry Henegar served as wagonmaster and secretary under Cherokee Chief John Ross and accompanied the Cherokee west on the Trail of Tears. After his return east, he constructed this federalstyle home in 1849 on the site of military barracks of what was once Fort Cass. Both Union and Confederate troops slept here during the Civil War, including General William T. Sherman himself.

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