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Union and Confederate Families Worked Together 100+ Years After Civil War to Save This Forgotten Georgia Battle Site

General William T. Sherman didn't include any account in his official reports to Washington, nor did he include any mention of it in his published memoirs. Unless you're a history or Civil War buff, it's likely you may not know about the battle at Pickett's Mill, near present-day Dallas, GA. But the story of how ancestors of Union and Southern soldiers alike joined forces more than a century later to create the Georgia State Historical Site is worthy of note.
DALLAS, GA
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