Join us for our next meeting on May 21 at the Kissing House, Spring Hill, TN
The Maury County Historical Society is a non-profit society, chartered under the laws of the State of Tennessee, for the purpose of recording the history and promoting the preservation of historical properties, records, and artifacts of Maury County. The Maury County Historical Society carries out its program of activities through its duly elected officers, directors, committee chairmen, and committee members, reporting to its members by means of bi-monthly meetings, published quarterly magazine, published announcements and notices, and direct correspondence to its membership. The Maury County Historical Society's membership is open to all p...Read More
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Join us for our next membership meeting, May 21, 2017 at The Kissing House, Spring Hill, TN. A tour of the house and grounds will be given. The Kissing House is located at 412 McLemore Ave, Spring Hill, TN 37174. The meeting is scheduled from 2 - 4PM.Read More
St. John’s is famous for what Confederate General Patrick R. Cleburne is supposed to have said about it in late November 1864 when he was passing it, on the way to Franklin just days later. He is supposed to have remarked to aides something to the ef...Read More
From right to left: Becky Leifheit, Asst. Director of the Maury County CVB; Dr. Stacey Graham, Center for Historic Preservation at MTSU; Tennessee Tourism Commissioner, Kevin Tripplett; Legislative Liaison, Lee Curtis, from Tennessee Dept of Tourist Dev...Read More