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An article in the Knoxville News Sentinel featured Charles Faulker, a professor emeritus of anthropology. According to the article, Faulkner discovered the remains of a small Civil War earthen fort off the Third Creek Greenway in Knoxville and now Faulkner is working to preserve the site he spotted eight years ago. Faulkner told the paper the areas is a redan—equipped with a cannon and likely built by Union troops in the later part of the was—and was designed to protect the railroad bridge. Read more here.