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Georgia seceded from the Union on January 19, 1861 making it the 5th state to secede.
Gordon County Regiments
  Company F, 4th Regiment   1st Regiment, Co. K, State Line

  More about The Georgia State Line

  Company E, 18th Regiment   Company G, 28th Regiment
  Company G, 21st Regiment   Company D, 40th Regiment
  Company H, 23rd Regiment  Company E, 40th Regiment
  Company H, 23rd Regiment - Muster Roll  
Gordon County Battles
  The Battle of Resaca



Gordon County Soldiers
  Matt E. Ellis - military record   John A. Hopper - photo
  Daniel, John, and Pleasant Chitwood   Josephus Trimble - military record (letter)
  Solomon C. Henson   Lewis H. Lane - tombstone photo
  Josiah PRATER Sr. was killed in action on the 22nd of July 1864 near Atlanta, Georgia John Hamilton Bridges - tombstone photo
  J. F. Long - tombstone photo A. Milton Graham - tombstone photo
  Joseph I. Tate - tombstone photo   Benjamin Davis - tombstone photo
Georgia C.S.A. Currency Samples
Civil War Links
Confederate Regimental History The Cherokee Nation & the C.S.A. Index of GA Civil War Soldiers Gordon County Confederate Army Units
Civil War Rosters Freedom Fighters Confederate Parole Records Relief Map of Resaca
Civil War Virtual Battlefields Battle of Resaca The Blue and Gray Trail Lt. Herman Brayle - Killed at Resaca
GA Civil War Battle Summaries Faces of the Battle of Resaca 3-D Maps of the Battle of Resaca Resaca Cemetery
Civil War Soldier & Sailors System Civil War Rosters by State The War of The Rebellion - eHistory Battle of Resaca - Summary
Lithograph of Battle of Resaca Indians in the Civil War Map of Dalton- Resaca Area 1864 GA Civil War Units
3-D GIS Images of Resaca Battlefield The Road to Resaca Friends of Resaca Battlefield The Seminole Nation & the C.S.A.
The Great Locomotive Chase Civil War Clip Art State of Georgia Civil War Page Civil War Commission
Documenting the American South Causes of Georgia's Secession Gen. Sherman's Campaign Map Resaca Memorial Arch



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