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Visitor's Center, Chickamauga National Battlefield Park, Ft. Oglethorpe, GA 7
Georgia, USA
Founded in 1890, the Chickamauga Battlefield is the oldest and largest military park in the United States and contains 5300 well-preserved acres. It was founded in 1890 and consists of 5300 well-preserved acres. The 1863 Battle of Chickamauga was the second largest engagement of the U.S. Civil War.
Copyright: James Womack
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Subida: 14/08/2012
Actualizado: 21/07/2014
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Tags: hwy 27; chickamauga; park; ga; georgia; battlefield; military; civil war
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