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The Battle of Columbus hinged on control of the two covered bridges that connected Girard, AL to Columbus, GA across the Chattahoochee River; in order to prevent access to Columbus, Confederates set fire to the lower bridge (right)

Civil War Cavalry Carbine Boot. Used by both sides throughout the war. Currently available at www.yankeerebelantiques.com

Title Virginia, Brandy Station, Residence Chief Quartermaster, Third Army Corps.

Camp of Provost Guard-114th Pennsylvania Infantry. Headquarters, Army of Potomac, Brandy Station, April 1864 Note: Sergeant Major and also officers with sashes serving as “Officer of the day”.

Photograph of members of the 57th Georgia Regiment Officers of Company H (Independent Volunteers) of the 57th Georgia Regiment, Army of Tennessee, 1863. Left to right, First Lieutenant Archibald C. McKinley, Captain John Richard Bonner, Scott (cook), and Second Lieutenant Williams S. Stetson.

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