- The Battle for Fort Pulaski in April 1862 was a turning point in military history featuring the first significant use of rifled cannons in combat.These accurate, long-range weapons shattered Fort Pulaski's walls from over 1 mile away.- Battle took place in February and May 1864 during the Atlanta Campaign.Breastworks built by Civil War soldiers during the Atlanta Campaign. Scenic view from the top of Dug Gap Mountain hiking trail. The smell of cannon and musket smoke fills the air.Cassville was created by the Georgia Legislature in 1832 to serve as county seat for simultaneously created Cass County (now Bartow), one of ten original counties carved from the former Cherokee territory.- From strategically placed observation towers placed on the Chickamauga Battlefield, Missionary Ridge, and Lookout Mountain, observers and students could comprehend the grand campaign that extended over a 150 mile front and follow many tactical details of the actual battle.- On the main street of the little village of Andersonville the undistinguished front of a turn-of-the-century brick and frame building hides a national gem, Gerald Lamby's Drummer Boy Civil War Museum.Representatives of the Smithsonian Institute, Editor David Roth of Blue and Gray Magazine, five members of the Georgia Civil War Commission, and thousands of others have visited this Museum and have been astonished at the worth of the collection.
In Richmond Hill, Georgia - Visit Fort Mc Allister Historic Site.In Atlanta, Georgia - Visit Atlanta History Center - The house was built on an acorn-shaped hill reputedly cursed, and Indian legend warned it should be avoided as an unlucky site.But, having enjoyed a Midas Touch, perhaps Barnsley was unconcerned with local legend.'Turning Point: The American Civil War', located in the 9,200-square-foot Dubose Gallery, is one of the nation’s largest and most complete Civil War exhibitions.The museum has over 1,500 Union and Confederate artifacts, including cannons, uniforms, and flags, visitors experience the Civil War through the eyes of soldiers and civilians.is a stately ante-bellum home of Benjamin Harvey Hill, lawyer, Georgia and United States congressman, is regarded as one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in the state of Georgia.