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By Leah Tibbs, September 29, 2018
Cole Plantation and Bethlehem Cemetery Marker
Georgia (Dade County), Trenton — Cole Plantation and Bethlehem Cemetery Historic Dade County
William Isham Cole was born May 7, 1805. He married Lovina Clark about the same time as the Treaty of New Echota between the U.S. Government and the Cherokee Nation that ended all Native land claims in the State of Georgia. Cole took advantage of . . . — Map (db m134461) HM
Georgia (Dade County), Trenton — Trenton Gateway to Chickamauga and the Campaign for Atlanta Georgia Civil War Heritage Trails —
In early September 1863, a major Federal army entered Georgia for the first time since the outbreak of war. A division of Union Major General William S. Rosecrans' Army of the Cumberland arrived here on September 4th, the first of at least 25,000 . . . — Map (db m82779) HM

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