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The Battle of Allatoona Pass, Cartersville, Georgia

Posted on October 10, 2014 at 10:52 am

On Oct. 5, 1864, the Battle of Allatoona Pass, Georgia took place when a Confederate Division attacked the Union garrison protecting the railroad cut known as Allatoona Pass. Although the Confederates made repeated attacks against the fortifications and nearly overtook the Star Fort, the Union troops were able to halt the attackers. Of the 5,301 men who fought at the battle, 1,603 were reported killed, wounded or missing, making it

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Morgan’s Men host annual reunion

Posted on October 1, 2014 at 2:15 pm

One hundred fifty years is a long time, but in historical context, it is but a minute. Time has not faded the memory of the famed Confederate Rebel Raider John Hunt Morgan. A man of swagger, with a romantic flair, he is not forgotten in Greeneville, Tennessee, where he met his fate. On Friday August 29, members of the Morgan’s Men Association joined together in Greeneville for their annual reunion.

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Battle of Johnsonville 150th Anniversary-November 1 & November 2-Federal Living History Camp

Posted on October 22, 2014 at 10:59 am

Saturday 10am-5pm/Sunday 10am-3pm Federal Living History Camp Artillery Firing Demonstrations Infantry Musket Drill Demonstrations Union Cavalry/Mounted Infantry Civilian Living History Camp Union Sailor’s Life Federal Signal Corps. 150th Anniversary Cancellation Stamp Emancipation Proclamation Exhibit Civil War Quilt Show Festival Foods will be available for purchase For more information call (931) 535-2789.

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The 19th Virginia Is Recruiting in NJ, DE and PA

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 9:47 am

The 19th Virginia is recruiting - Calling all rebels from NJ DE and PA to this family friendly, educational and highly authentic group. Celebrating 20 years defending The Old Dominion!!! For more information, contact Christopher Weber (856) 405-7877 or email RebelWeber@gmail.com.

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