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By Brandon Fletcher, February 21, 2012
Military Operations in Crow Valley Marker
Georgia (Whitfield County), Waring — 155-23 — Military Operations in Crow Valley
There were 2 demonstrations by Federal forces on Dalton, in 1864: Feb. 24-26; May 7-12. On these over-lapping fields of operation, the Burke House & spring were noted landmarks. Feb. 25, Cruft`s & Baird`s divs. (4th & 14th A.C.), via the low ridge . . . — Map (db m10929) HM
Georgia (Whitfield County), Waring — 155-19 — North Line Daltonís Defenses
April, 1864. Pending Federal moves on Dalton a strong line of defense works was built across Crow Valley. Beginning at the Signal Station on Rocky Face, W., it crossed the road at this point & ascended the wooded hill E. where artillery was placed. . . . — Map (db m10969) HM
Georgia (Whitfield County), Waring — 155-22 — Schofield's 23d Corps in Crow Valley
May 9, 1864. Two divs., 23d A.C., having deployed abreast between the Burke & Harris houses moved S. astride this wooded ridge in the fork of Crow Creek. This move was made in conjunction with 4th A.C. troops on the summit & eastern slope of Rocky . . . — Map (db m10931) HM
Georgia (Whitfield County), Waring — 155-18 — Site: Ault's Mill
In this vicinity stood Aultís mill and residence cited in Official Records as Lt. Gen. Wm. J. Hardeeís headquarters, May 8-13, 1864. Hardee was in temporary command of units of Hoodís A.C. (Hindmanís div.) together with his own corps at various . . . — Map (db m10926) HM

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