Battle of Champion Hill, a Virtual Tour: Historical Markers

  

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In 1977, Champion Hill was designated a National Historic Landmark by the Secretary of the Interior Link

 

Marker on Billy Fields Road approximately 1 1/2 mi. southwest of Champion Hill Road Enlarge

     
Champion House Site, 2007 Enlarge Dedication  

Marker on the grounds of Champion Hill Missionary Baptist Church Enlarge

       
The Hill of Death, May 2009 Enlarge Dedication   Private property Enlarge
 
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Midway Station, May 2011Enlarge Dedication

 

Private property Enlarge
 
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Mississippi historical marker at intersection of Old US-80 and Brownsville Road, downtown Bolton Enlarge Link

 

The Tilghman Monument on Raymond Road, 1/4 mi. west of Coker House.  General Lloyd Tilghman was killed on this high ground from shrapnel from a Union artillery shell Enlarge Detail Tilghman Tribute & circa 1907 Marker Dedication

     
 
Coker House Enlarge  

Coker House is on SH-467 between Edwards and Raymond, MS Enlarge
 
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