Tag Archives: Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

Saving History Saturday: Artillery Shell Discovered at Kennesaw Mountain

While metal detecting is not permitted in National Parks, sometimes professional archaeologists are summoned to do investigative work and surveys for public safety. That’s what led to the discovery of an unexploded Civil War bomb within the boundaries of Kennesaw … Continue reading

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Battle of Kennesaw Mountain & Baseball

On a recent tour of Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park in Georgia, I toured the museum in the visitor center. Near the end of the exhibits was a wall of faces of people who fought at the July 27, 1864 … Continue reading

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The Mud Creek Line-Remembering What the Soldiers Forgot

Today, we are pleased to welcome guest author Bobby Novak When one thinks about 1864, the cities of Petersburg, Richmond, and Atlanta all come to mind, capped by Sherman’s March to the Sea. The battles for Atlanta happened nearly right … Continue reading

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