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Civil War Battle of New Hope Church in Paulding County, Georgia
Georgia, USA
The Civil War Battle of New Hope Church was fought May 25–26, 1864, between the Union force of Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman and the Confederate Army of Tennessee under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston during the Atlanta Campaign . The battle was a result of an attempt by Sherman to outmaneuver Johnston.
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Uploaded: 15/06/2012
Updated: 21/07/2014
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Tags: new hope church; church; battle; new hope; paulding; ga; georgia; civil war
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