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Category Archives: civil war travels
There is so much history in our country! It doesn’t matter where you live because you can find something about how our nation was born and shaped throughout the years anywhere. Allatoona Pass is a civil war battlefield in Cartersville, … Continue reading
Georgia has a lot of history. There’s a lot of Civil War history. Andersonville Prison Camp was a sad and horrible place during the last year if the war. Mr. RCGG and I took a trip there a few years … Continue reading
The Battle of Chickamauga took place on the borders of Tennessee and Georgia on September 19-20 1863. This battle had the second highest number of casualties in the whole Civil War. Gettysburg had the highest. The Battle of Chickamauga was … Continue reading
Allatoona Pass is a small battlefield in Cartersville Georgia that took place on October 5, 1864. This house was used as a hospital during the battle and is still owned by the same family! There’s bullet holes and blood … Continue reading
Andersonville National Cemetery in Andersonville GA is amazing! This cemetery is on the same grounds as the prison camp. In fact, it’s right before the prison camp. There’s so many sections of graves in this cemetery of soldiers from all … Continue reading
Old Fort Jackson is in Savannah GA. It was built between 1808 and 1812. It was used during the war of 1812 and the Civil War. Old Fort Jackson is so much fun to go visit. When we went they … Continue reading
Fort Pulaski is between Savannah and Tybee Island on Cockspur Island. It was used during the civil war in 1862. You can still see damage on the outside of the fort from cannon balls hitting it.
Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield is another civil war trip. I told you a lot of these would be civil war related! =) This one is a day trip for us since it is about thirty minutes away depending on the lovely … Continue reading
Fort McCalister is a civil war fort in Richmond Hill GA. It was the end of General Sherman’s March to the Sea. In December of 1864 of 4000 man division was sent in to take the fort. Sherman watched the … Continue reading