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New Hope Church Battlefield

The New Hope Church battlefield has been largely overrun by modern development and much of the battlefield land is privately owned.  However, a small section of Confederate earthworks and a handful of signs and monuments at New Hope Church Battlefield Park can be found adjacent to a recreated version of the wartime church.  Nearby, visitors can see the 5-acre ravine that the Federal troops called the "Hell Hole."

New Hope Church Battlefield: What's Nearby

Dallas, GA
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Preservation

The American Battlefield Trust and our members have saved more than 5 acres at New Hope Church Battlefield.

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Related Battles

Dallas, GA | May 25, 1864
Result: Confederate Victory
Estimated Casualties
2,065
Union
1,665
Confed.
400