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Civil War in Georgia

Atlanta Campaign
From the battle of Rocky Face Ridge to the loss of Atlanta, Sherman drove the Rebel Armies from the northwest corner of Georgia
The bloodiest two days of American history began with an see-saw series of battles the first and culminated with the destruction of the Union right on the second day.
Battle of Allatoona Pass
In depth look at the fighting of the bloody battle fought west of Cartersville, Georgia
Fort McAllister
This fort, made of earthen walls, protected Savannah's back door until it fell into Union hands during Sherman's March to the Sea.
Fort Pulaski
Capture of Fort Pulaski in April, 1862
The Great Locomotive Chase
Revisit the events of April 12, 1862 as a group of Union spies steals The General at Big Shanty, Georgia

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