Read each statement and determine which one is false. Name First Name Your Email 1. Andrew Jackson's Hermitage Andrew Jackson was the 7th President of the United States of America. The Hermitage was originally located in Franklin, TN before moving to its current location. Although Andrew Jackson and his wife Rachel had no children of their own, they adopted their nephew from Rachel’s side and named him Andrew Jackson Jr. 2. Battle of Franklin Trust Carnton Plantation served as the largest field hospital in the area for Confederate soldiers. The Carter House was used as Federal Brigadier General Jacob D. Cox’s headquarters. The Battle of Franklin is named after Confederate General William G. Franklin for his attempt at taking over the city of Nashville from the Union army. 3. Belmont Mansion Belmont Mansion was originally the summer home for President James K Polk. Belmont Mansion was built in the style of an Italian villa and was surrounded by beautiful gardens. Belmont Mansion is the largest house museum in Tennessee and one of the few 19th century homes whose history revolves around the life of a woman. 4. Belle Meade Plantation Many racehorses today can trace their bloodlines back to thoroughbreds from the Belle Meade Plantation. Along with breeding and boarding thoroughbreds, Belle Meade Plantation also had one of the first vineyards in Nashville. During the time of slavery it was easier for a plantation to use their enslaved workers to care for the horses than to hire someone. If they showed talent some of the jobs would include jockey, groomer, or trainer. 5. Cheekwood Estate and Gardens The Cheek-Neal Coffee Company were the creators and brewers of Maxwell House Coffee and Tea which was named after the famous Maxwell House hotel in Nashville. The name Cheekwood comes from combining the names of Leslie Cheek and his wife Mabel Wood. The Cheek family had a private zoo on the property. 6. Tennessee State Museum The first people of Tennessee arrived at the end of the Ice Age. The Koala lived in East Tennessee five million years ago. Tennessee became the 36th and deciding state to ratify the 19th Amendment.