During the War of 1812, thousands of Tennesseans stepped forward to defend their country at the Battle of New Orleans, earning Tennessee the nickname, “The Volunteer State.”
Plastic bags rustle. Glassware clanks. Metal hangers ding and squeak as they’re pushed back and forth on four towering clothes racks painted in bright purple, blues and pink. Children sit on the concrete floor, shrieking and playing with the used toys that are getting a second chance to please a child.