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(4-05) Ringgold's Whitman House is famous for its connection to Union General and future President of the United States Ulysses S. Grant. The house was built in 1863 by William L. Whitman, a local merchant. Grant used the house as his headquarters following the Battle of Ringgold and offered to pay Mrs. Whitman $50 in U.S. currency. She declined and asked for Confederate money. Grant was said to have remarked, "She certainly isn't whipped yet"

 

(4-05) New York monument, Ringgold. This is the only monument dedicated to the Battle of Ringgold, November 27, 1863

Back side of NY Monument
December 2006 view of Ringgold Gap from the NY Monument

     
 

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