* The Battle of Mill Springs was the first Federal victory in the western theater of the American Civil War. The battlefield extends from Nancy, Kentucky (historically known as Logan's Crossroads) to Mill Springs, Kentucky. There is a Visitors Center and Museum in Nancy which offers information regarding history of the battle, the driving tour of the battlefield, artifacts and interpretative exhibits, a video presentation and hospitality services. The driving tour consists of 10 stops with interpretative signs at each site. On the battlefield, the visitor may hike a trail with more than 14 interpretative signs. In Mill Springs, the visitor can visit the Brown-Lanier House which served as a headquarters for three generals in the battle and the newly restored West-Metcalfe House which was used as a hospital after the battle. Mill Springs Battlefield is a National Historic Landmark. * The Mill Springs Battlefield Walking Loop Marker. * Scene of the Battle Marker. * Battle on Sabbath Morn Marker. * Into the Bloody Ravine. * The Ravine Marker. * Everyone for Himself Marker. * Confederate Artillery. * The Federal Victory Marker. * The Confederate Cemetery. * The Confederate Brigadier General Felix K. Zollicoffer Monument.