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(10-02) Atlanta Campaign Pavilion at Resaca
 
Pavilion 1     Pavilion 2

 

(10-02) Confederate Cemetery at Resaca. The cemetery is next to the railroad where Hood's right flank touched it. After the battle, Miss Mary Green, a local woman, organized the burial of soldiers killed in the battle at Resaca in this cemetery. There are 421 unknown Confederate soldiers buried here
 
Resaca Confederate Cemetery photos courtesy of Daryl Hutchinson, MI
Cemetery 1     Cemetery 2     Cemetery 3

    
 

(10-02) Enlarge United Daughters of the Confederacy visitors station in the cemetery
 
Panorama (cemetery)
 
Cemetery 1

   

(10-02) Typical grave at the Resaca Confederate Cemetery
 
Additional photo courtesy of Steve Cone, Mt. Juliet, TN

  
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