Greenback is home to the National Campground site where, in 1873, interdenominational meetings were held as a way to unite families and communities divided by the Civil War with trustees selected from among former Confederate and Union soldier. The original meeting shed, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, still stands today. An annual five-day revival is held annually each September.

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