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A. Lafayette Bartlett
Citizen, Lawyer, Statesman,
Born on a Paulding County
farm, Feb. 15, 1851
Died in Dallas Georgia,
May 17, 1926
His life was largely given to the service of his people of his home county as Justi…
In memory of the
of the Army of
Tennessee who fought
and died here
Army of Tennessee
Hood's Army Corps
Maj Gen Alexander Stewart's Division Infantry
Escort Co …
On Saturday, May 28, 1864, the Confederate Kentucky "Orphan Brigade"—so named for they could not return home because of Federal control of their state—made a brutal attack against entrenched Federal lines. The attack was made from alon…
Dallas became the seat of government for Paulding County, Georgia in 1852. By 1861, the town's population was approximately 200 citizens. The Civil War era courthouse was located across Main Street east of the building that succeeded it in 1892. T…
By Saturday, May 28, 1864, fierce Confederate resistance at New Hope Church (on May 25th) and Pickett's Mill (May 27th) had convinced Union Major General William T. Sherman to move his armies eastward back to the Western and Atlantic Railroad to r…
Who fought and died defending these lines at New Hope Church. May - June 1864.
Federal Army strives to break through Confederate position and command roads leading to Atlanta.
Federals execute flank movement around Confederate Army when attack fails, reaching Western & Atlantic Railroad their line of supply and move south…
On April 4, 1977 a DC-9 Southern Airways Flight 242 flying from Huntsville, AL to Atlanta encountered a dangerous thunderstorm over Rome, GA. The hail and rain the aircraft endured was so severe that both engines flamed out and the airc…
May 25, 1864. Maj. Gen P. R. Cleburne's div. marched with Hardee's A.C. [CS] from New Hope Church May 24th, to Power Springs.
These troops, the left flank of Johnson's Army, marched S.E. to find the position of the Federals known to be near Dal…
May 25, 1864. McPherson's Army of the Tenn., [US] marching from Wooley's Bridge (Etowah River), via Van Wert, reached Pumpkin Vine Cr., Logan's 15th A.C. [US] camped near Pumpkin Vine Church, 2 mi. S.
May 26, Dodge's 16th A.C. [US] reached Pum…