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Raid on Rome, Georgia
Civil War Encyclopedia >> Raids
April 11, 1863 Col. Abel Streight leaves Nashville, Tennessee on a raid of Rome, GA Georgia
Tennessee
April 27, 1863 Col. Abel Streight leaves Tuscumbia Alabama
April 30, 1863 Abel Streight [US] fights a pitched battle at Day's Gap. Alabama
May 1, 1863 Skirmishing increased in eastern Alabama as Col. Abel Streight moved towards Rome Alabama
May 3, 1863 Nathan Bedford Forrest ends Abel Streight's Raid on Rome, Georgia, in heavy skirmishing at Cedar Bluffs, Alabama. Alabama
Georgia
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Raid on Rome, Georgia

One of the enduring tales of the Civil War from Georgia is the story of Colonel Abel Streight's Raid on Rome, Georgia.
Raid on Rome, Georgia

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Raid on Rome, Georgia was last changed on - June 1, 2007
Raid on Rome, Georgia was added on - October 15, 2006





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