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Carter House Standard Baby Stroller rental

Standard Baby Stroller

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Carter House Double Stroller rental

Double Stroller

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Carter House Travel system  rental

Travel system

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Carter House Standard Wheelchair rental

Standard Wheelchair

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Carter House Power chair rental

Power chair

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Carter House Knee Scooter with Basket rental

Knee Scooter with Basket

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Carter House Moped Scooter rental

Moped Scooter

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Carter House Walker (fully featured) rental

Walker (fully featured)

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Carter House iWalk hands free crutch rental

iWalk hands free crutch

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Carter House Seated Manual Scooter rental

Seated Manual Scooter

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Carter House Cooler (28 or 50-quart) rental

Cooler (28 or 50-quart)

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Carter House Jumping bounce house rental

Jumping bounce house

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Carter House 6ft Rectangular Table rental

6ft Rectangular Table

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Carter House 20'X10' popup canopy rental

20'X10' popup canopy

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Carter House 4 Seater slingshot rental

4 Seater slingshot

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Carter House Slingshot rental

Slingshot

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About Carter House

Carter House

Franklin

The Carter House State Historic Site is a historic house at 1140 Columbia Avenue in Franklin, Tennessee. In that house, the Carter family hid in the basement waiting for the second Battle of Franklin to end. It is a Tennessee Historical Commission State Historic Site, managed by the non-profit organization The Battle of Franklin Trust under an agreement with the Tennessee Historical Commission. The house is a contributing property and centerpiece of the Franklin Battlefield, a U.S. National Historic Landmark historic district. Fountain Branch Carter completed construction of the house in 1830. The federal style brick farm house was accompanied by several other outbuildings such as the farm office, smokehouse, and kitchen. In the 1850s, Carter built a cotton gin on his property that became a much-remembered landmark during the Second Battle of Franklin in 1864. Though the cotton gin no longer stands, the house and the other three buildings are still intact and illustrate the horror of the Civil War battle with over a thousand bullet holes still visible. The Carter House played a very important role in the Second Battle of Franklin. Wikipedia

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