Gone Under is an illustrated guide to the gravesites of the famous personages in Nashville history: U.S. Presidents Andrew Jackson and James K. Polk, city founder James Robertson, pioneer/hunter Kasper Mansker, Civil War generals, governors and mayors, and captains of industry at historic cemeteries such as City Cemetery, Mount Olivet, and National Cemetery. Fully illustrated with 128 photographs and 11 cemetery maps, this book features more than 250 personages, including country music stars such as Roy Acuff, Johnny Cash, Eddy Arnold, George Jones, Marty Robbins, Charlie Louvin, Ernest Tubb, Porter Wagoner, and Tammy Wynette, plus dozens of stars of the Grand Ole Opry. Also included is the 2009 funeral of the unknown Civil War soldier, photographs of magnificent monuments, crypts, vaults, and tombs. Featured are the final resting places of U.S. Colored Troops, prominent African-American citizens, Jewish residents, and much more. Maps are marked so that burial sites can be easily located.