GDG- southernmost engagement

Tom Barrett tbarrett21 at cox.net
Sun Jan 29 09:53:52 CST 2012


I think it must have been that battle for the bridge depicted in "The Good,
the bad, and the ugly"  That one appears to have been fought in central
Mexico! (Can't recall the name...)

Regards,

TB

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Esteemed GDG Member Contributes:
> Out of curiosity, do you know the  southernmost? Chickamauga  maybe?
> Regards,
> George
> I don't know, George, but Chickamauga sounds reasonable.
> Al Mackey

All of Sherman's March took place further south than Chickamauga.
Off the top of my head, I think Olustee may have been the furthest south.
Leo McGuire


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