Tebb's Bend Battlefield, a National Register site, is a 3-mile long loop road (Old Cambellsville-Columbia Turnpike) that contains 12 stops, 10 of which have wayside interpretive exhibits. It was here that in July 1863, an outnumbered Union force defeated that of Confederate Brig. Gen. John Hunt Morgan. The loop includes a 25th Michigan campsite, Federal hospital site, iron bridge over Green River, Federal stockade site, main battle site, artillery site and Confederate Monument and Cemetery. Also included is the Atkinson-Griffin Log House-Confederate Hospital Museum inside of which is a diorama of the battle, Union and Confederate uniforms, Morgan's Men photographic exhibit, photos of the 25th Michigan and a display of local Civil War history.
Prestonburg, Kentucky | The story of this historic site begins January 10, 1862, when an unknown colonel, James A. Garfield (who would later be President of the United States), was pitted against the experience of Brig. Gen. Humphrey Marshall.
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