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(10-02) Dalton Depot with Fort Hill behind it, facing east. Fort Hill was fortified by Sherman with a blockhouse to protect the railroad
Panorama from Fort Hill


(10-02) The Huff House in Dalton where J. E. Johnston had his headquarters during the battle of Rocky Face Ridge

(10-02) Johnston's headquarters marker  

(4-05) Hamilton House (circa 1840), the oldest home in Dalton. During the winter of 1863-64, the commander of the Orphan Brigade, Joseph M. Lewis, maintained his headquarters in a tent near the spring. Both armies used the residence for a hospital from 1863 until the end of the war
Photo by Paul Stanfield, Georgia

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