Talk:Battle of Peachtree Creek

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Date discrepancy[edit]

Masonbarge, you wrote that on June 19, Hood learned of Sherman's plan to split his armies. Is this correct or did you mean July 19? Sayeth 16:04, 29 March 2006 (UTC)

July 19, and thanks for neatening up the graphics, that looks good.
PS Just for personal interest, Tanyard Creek Branch runs through my back yard. It generally is about 1 inch deep and 12 inches wide, LOL. I've always meant to borrow a metal dectector and find a couple of miniballs. Tanyard Creek is about as wide as a surface street.

As far as finding artifacts, the site was pretty well picked over by the mid 1970's when I tried my hand at it. There is a nice battle map here: http://buckhead.lps2.com/placedimages/3314D8mWw1BC0EC0.lg.jpg —Preceding unsigned comment added by 165.2.186.10 (talk) 17:09, 7 November 2007 (UTC)