This historic park consists of the 1875 house and outbuildings belonging to Alexander Stephens, vice president of the Confederacy. Located beside Stephen's home is a Confederate museum that houses one of Georgia's finest collections of Civil War artifacts.
Savannah, Georgia | This historic site, the restored and furnished mid-nineteenth-century Gothic Revival-style home of Charles Green, served as the headquarters for Union General Sherman during the winter of 1864-65.
Chickamauga, Georgia | Prior to the Battle of Chickamauga, this historic site served as headquarters to the Union Army of the Cumberland's Gen. William Rosecrans, until it was captured by the Confederates on the second day of battle.
Washington, Georgia | This historic site was home to Gen. Robert Augustus Toombs, a successful planter, lawyer, and outspoken Georgia politician, who used his influence to persuade the state to secede from the Union.
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