Georgia Markers

GEORGIA HISTORICAL MARKERS: HIGHLIGHTS
Georgians Who Lived During the Civil War Era
or Significant Locations in Georgia (USA) During the Civil War Era

Horace King
Known as the “Bridge Builder for the Confederacy”
Note: Husband of Frances King
(Troup County, Georgia)


The Bridge House
Archway to the Bridge That
Horace King Built
Note: Husband of Frances King
(Dougherty County, Georgia)


General Cleburne Proposal to Arm Slaves

Location in Dalton, Georgia Where
General Patrick Cleburne’s
Proposal to Arm the Slaves
In the Confederate States Army
(Dalton, Georgia)


Mother Mathilda Beasley

Mother Mathilda Beasley
Georgia’s  First Black Nun
(Savannah, Georgia)


Contributions of Mark Thrash
Who Buried the Dead
After the battle of Chickamauga
(Walton County, Georgia)


Nicholsonboro

Nicholsonboro Community
Mention of Alexander Harris,
CSA Georgia 1st Infantry Private & Musician
(Chatham County, Georgia)


Confederate Dead
African American Hospital Attendant
(Morgan County, Georgia)


Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge

Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge
Built by Horace King
Note: Husband of Frances King
(Meriwether County, Georgia)