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Description: The aftermath of the Battle of Peach Tree Creek. Union graves are in the foreground, with a field in the middle, and a forest in the background.
Description: View looking out from one of the Confederate defenses around the outside of the city. Wooden palisades surround the earthworks. Houses and other buildings...
Description: An empty battlefield with debris among trees.
Description: View of heavily damaged house and felled trees after General Sherman's army passed through.
Description: Confederate defenses surrounding the city. A tripod style configuration of rifles with a bag and canteen hanging from it is in the foreground.
Description: Elevated view of the ruins of the railroad roundhouse, with the city in the background. Men are posing on the train cars and engines.
Description: A clearing in some trees with an animal skull where Union General McPherson died.
Description: One of the Confederate defenses around the city, with several cannons behind earthworks. A Union soldier stands near one of the cannons.
Description: An empty battlefield with posts sticking out from an earthworks in the foreground.
Description: One of the Confederate defenses around the city, with a cannon and earthworks in the foreground. Tents are in the background among trees.
Description: One of the Confederate defenses surrounding the city. This view is of the inside of the earthworks which includes two cannons. A Union soldier sits as a lo...
Description: Elevated view of commercial area of the city, taken after General Sherman marched through. Most of the buildings appear to be intact, but one of the build...
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