Cherokee Rock Village
Cherokee Rock Village  

Cornwall Furnace

A memorial honoring veterans who worked and fought in the Civil War. Once an active Confederate military site and battlefield during the 1860's Civil War, the furnace was burned by Yankees. The stack still stands as well as the canal, hand-dug by slaves, to power the Furnace.  Fireplace, Pavilion, Illustrated History, Picnic tables on the shores of Weiss Lake.


Cornwall Furnace Pavilion Reservations

Our Veterans Memorial Park has a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase and clean up a Canal that was hand dug by local slaves in 1862. If you can help us, please click the link for information on how to help. Thank you.

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