September Lecture Series

Belmont Mansion is hosting a free September Lecture Series to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Nashville. Belmont Mansion played an important role in the battle and this five-part lecture series will explore various aspects of the war and its impact on Nashville.

Belmont Mansion and Civil War Lecture Series: Tuesday, September 2nd: Union General Occupies Belmont Mansion by Dan Lee, author of the book "Thomas J. Wood: A biography of the Union General in the Civil War" Tuesday, September 9th: Hymns and Patriotic Songs of the Civil War by Dr. Steven Hoskins, Associate Professor of Religion at Trevecca Nazarene University Tuesday, September 16th: Religion and the Army of Tennessee in the Civil War by Traci Nichols-Belt, author of "Onward Southern Soldiers: Religion and the Army of Tennessee in the Civil War" Tuesday, September 23rd: 14 Days of Waiting - The Acklen Family's Experience of the War Prior to the Battle of Nashville by Mark Brown, Executive Director of Belmont Mansion Tuesday, September 30th: Tennessee Women in the Civil War, by Dr. Antoinette van Zelm, Programs Manager for the Center for Historic Preservation at Middle Tennessee State University; and Dr. Brenda Jackson-Abernathy, Associate Professor of History at Belmont University

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Belmont Blvd & Acklen Avenue 

Nashville, TN 37212

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1900 Belmont Blvd

Nashville, TN 37212

615-460-5459

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The architecture of Belmont Mansion makes it one of the most significant homes of 19th century Tennessee.

Sold by the Acklen family in 1887, the house went to a developer who began one of Nashville’s early suburbs.

It was then purchased by two women who in 1890 started a college which evolved into Belmont University. Today the Belmont Mansion Association, which was formed in 1972, owns the collection, runs the museum, and shares this unique story of 19th century Nashville with visitors from far and near.

Photos by Ed Houk