Marietta, GA 30060
This Victorian brick structure was built in 1898 on the site of the original 1840s passenger depot that was burned by Gen. William T. Sherman's troops in 1864. The depot in Marietta is where Andrews' Raiders boarded the General and in 1862 and began their fateful journey - "The Great Locomotive Chase" (Andrews' Raid). The depot is also the site from which female workers from the Roswell mills were deported to the North as prisoners of war.
Georgia State Capitol
Atlanta, Georgia | Today, Georgia's capitol stands on the historic site of Atlanta City Hall, which was encamped by Federal troops in 1864.
The Old Governor's Mansion
Milledgeville, Georgia | Completed in 1839, this historic site is one of the finest examples of High Greek Revival architecture in the nation.
Marietta National Cemetery
Marietta, Georgia | This national cemetery is the burial site of more than 13,000 Union soldiers who were casualties from battles in the area.
Magnolia Springs State Park
Millen, Georgia | This historic site and modern day state park was one of three chosen by the Confederacy to relieve the overflow form notorious...