Averasboro Civil War Battlefield Museum & Chicora Cemetery


category : Museums
The Battle of Averasboro was the first deliberate, tactical resistance to the infamous march of federal forces through Georgia and the Carolinas. Historic markers outline the events of the March 1865 military action which highlights Lebanon, a plantation home used as a Confederate Hospital and the Chicora Cemetery where the battle's dead are buried. Free.




Address:
I-95, Exit 71
Dunn, NC 28335
Phone: (910)891-8019

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