Historic Antebellum Bolivar Estate "Magnolia Manor" ca. 1849
estate sale•3 day sale •sale is over
10am to 4pm
11am to 4pm
10am to 2pm
Security on site.
Not responsible for accidents.
No children under 15 years old allowed & under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent & parent will be responsible for any accidents or damages.
Jewelry and other fine items are not stored on premises.
Judge Austin Miller, the manor's original owner, was a prominent lawyer and banker. He came to be largely responsible for the decision to make Memphis part of Tennessee instead of Mississippi. Hardeman County ws only 21 years old when he purchased the land for the house in 1844. Miller not only drew the plans himself, but also supervised the construction of his "English country home".
Magnolia Manor brings back to life fascinating moments in the history of the State of Tennessee and the Civil War years of the nation. Decisions were made in this house that directed the course of the Civil War. Union generals Grant, Sherman, Logan, and McPherson chose this house to serve as their headquarters.
The estate and the contents of the home are for sale.
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