Another point of interest located near this site is a small log cabin which can be seen from this cluster of markers. This cabin, known as the Ganoe-Bussel cabin, was purchased by the Ganoe family in 1898 and used by their descendants until 1975. The cabin itself likely predates its purchase as evidence by its general structure as well as the building practices used in its construction.This small one room home is likely the oldest building in all of Tullahoma.
These informational markers are the first in a series of markers that follow along the actual trail of the Tullahoma Campaign. The trail is sponsored by the Tennessee Backroads Heritage association.The Tennessee Backroads Tullahoma Campaign Civil War Trail brochure is free and available from the Tennessee Backroads office at 300 South Jackson Street. All sites are free and open to the public unless noted as private property.