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replaced by white free miners......Feb. 19, 1892 Steel cantilever bridge over the Mississippi at Memphis opened......May 12, 1892 Confederate soldiers' home at the Hermitage opened......May 12, 1892 Miners burn the convict stockade at Tracy City, Aug. 13, and make an attack on the stockade at Oliver Springs......Aug. 16, 1892 Miners capture the stockade at Oliver Springs, and send the guards and convicts to Knoxville......Aug. 17, 1892 Miners defeated and routed by militia under93 President Polk's remains removed to the State capitol grounds.......Sept. 19, 1893 The United States Supreme Court decides the boundary-line dispute with Virginia in favor of Tennessee......1893 Serious revolt in the convict camp at Tracy City......July 27, 1894 Contest for governorship decided in favor of Peter Turney, who, on the face of the returns had 748 votes less than H. Clay Evans, by the Tennessee legislature......May 3, 1895 Chickamauga National Park dedicated......Se