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(November 2010) Hardee's Final encampment
The Regulators' Field (A Lesson for the Defeated)

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(November 2010) Marker in previous photo. Here on the Battlefield of Alamance, Hardee's weary soldiers camped on the hallowed ground where their forefathers had made their stand nearly 100 years before fighting for their liberty. Here, American Independence began. Here, the Confederacy faded in to history



(November 2010) General Hardee moved his column through the village of Alamance in April 1865. Here, they camped on the banks of the river before moving on to Alamance Battleground
Johnston Moves West (Holt's Mill)

(November 2010) Believed to be the final headquarters of Generals Johnston and Beauregard along the railroad line at Company Shops (Burlington). Today, this home is a private residence


(November 2010) Confederate troops and General Johnston used the rail line to move back and forth to Greensboro and Hillsborough during the final days of the Confederacy


(November 2010) Once the site of railroad yards and training camps for Confederate soldiers of the 6th North Carolina Infantry. Today, this structure houses a museum of the early history of the railroad and Company Shops. It was here, where the first soldiers in American history went in to combat by rail

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