Historical Markers in
Gordon County, Georgia

123rd New York Infantry Atlanta Campaign Battle of Lay's Ferry Battle of Resaca Battle of Resaca Battle of Resaca Battle of Resaca Battle of Resaca Battle of Resaca Battle of Resaca Battle of Resaca Battle of Resaca Battle of Resaca, Georgia Battle of Resaca, Georgia Big Spring Calhoun Depot Calhoun War Memorial Calhoun, Ga, May 18, 1864. Cherokee Indian Memorial Cherokee Nation Civil War Fighting Men Confederate Cemetery Resaca Crossing the Oostanaula at Lay's Ferry Dancers in the Red Clay Minuet Did You Know That Both Sides Used Red, White and Blue Flags? Enduring the Battle of Resaca Field's Mill & Ferry Gordon County Harlan’s Cross Roads Hicks/McCoy House Sites Historic Liberty Cumberland Presbyterian Church Historic Site in Journalism How to Tell the Yankees from the Rebels! Johnston's Rear Guard Stops McPherson Lay’s Ferry Liberty Church Grounds Logan's XV Corps to the South Mary J. Green Mary Jane Green McClure’s Ferry Miss Mary Green New Echota New Echota Cemetery New Echota Ferry Old Sonora P.O. Now Sonoraville Oostanaula River Bridges Oothcaloga Mission Oothcaloga Valley Picturing a 19th-century Battle Polk's Line Withdrawn to Resaca Resaca Battlefield State Historic Site Resaca Battlefield State Historic Site Resaca — A Defensible Position Resaca's Confederate Cemetery / Resaca's Fort Wayne Richard Peters Plantation Roland Hayes Sequoyah Site of Action — Carlin's Brigade Site of Action — Judah's Division Site of the Robert C. Saxon House Snake Creek Gap South Toward Atlanta Stories from the Wild Hills of Resaca The Calhoun Depot The Resaca Confederate Cemetery The Road to Resaca Trail of Tears Why Fight at Resaca?