Fort Nashborough was originally built January 1st, 1780 by James Robertson and a group of pioneers who wished to settle along the Cumberland River. Robertson named the fort after Francis Nash, who fought with him during the battle of Alamance, the…

The four-story orange brick exterior of this building has not changed much since it was initially built in the late eighteen hundreds. Because of its location near the Cumberland River, the building seved many purposes. The river was and still is a…