Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Turn left at Farragut, then right on Shiloh

In 1961, William Estes Jr., a Civil War history buff, named a Tucson, Az., subdivision his father was working on because it was the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War. He also named the streets in it after Civil War leaders, ships, battles and battlegrounds, and the model homes — “The General Jackson,” “The General Sherman,” “The General Grant,” “The General Lee” and “The Mr. President” — for Civil War leaders. • Article

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