Welcome to www.n-georgia.com The Atlanta History Center in Atlanta Georgia is home of the fabulous DuBose Civil War collection. 'Turning Point: The American Civil War', located in the 9,200-square-foot Dubose Gallery, is one of the nation’s largest and most complete Civil War exhibitions.
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The Civil War and Military Collection is comprised of 12,000 historical artifacts, of which over ninety percent date from the American Civil War. Though the artifacts documenting most American military history have a local connection, the Civil War collection is national in scope, providing objects related to both the Union and the Confederacy.

The museum has over 1,500 Union and Confederate artifacts, including cannons, uniforms, and flags, visitors experience the Civil War through the eyes of soldiers and civilians.

Highlights include the Confederate flag that flew over Atlanta at the time of its surrender, a Union supply wagon used by Sherman’s army, General Patrick Cleburne’s sword, a Medal of Honor won by the United States Colored Troops, the logbooks of the C.S.S. Shenandoah, medical equipment, firearms, and more.

In addition, dioramas, videos, and interactive learning stations help bring this chapter of history alive. A final section of the exhibition explores how the Civil War continues its impact on us today.

Free audio tours of the exhibition provide an additional resource to study the collection and learn about the American Civil War. Call for admission prices.
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