Town of LaGrange

Address: Town Hall, 20 Main St. La Grange, TN 38046 Phone: (901) 878-1246
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LaGrange was occupied by Federal troops from 1862 until the Civil War ended.  In 1863, Grierson’s Raid – a daring raid through Mississippi carried out by U.S. cavalry under the command of Col. Benjamin H. Grierson – originated here.  The Immanuel Episcopal Church located in LaGrange was a hospital.  Open daily during daylight hours.  Pick up driving tour brochure at Cogbill’s Store and Museum, 901-878-01235 or city hall.  Admission is free.  

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