Downtown Square

Settlers in the towns of Tullahoma and Pittsburgh (both founded from Choctaw Indian land ceded to the U.S. by the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek in 1830) gathered to incorporate the town of Grenada by staging a mock marriage between a Tullahoma Bride and a groom from Pittsburg. The wedding took place on the site that is now Grenada’s Downtown Square.

It is now the heart of the Grenada Downtown Innovation District, an effort to renovate the square.

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