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Fort Davidson State Historic Site IV
 

Panorama

Fort Davidson South Wall---View looking north. Here Brig. Gen. Cabells Confederates attacked the fort and were driven back to Stouts Creek.

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The Battle of Pilot Knob Monument---The view is looking north toward Fort Davidson.

 

 

 

 



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Fort Davidson Stone Marker

WHERE VALOR AND DEVOTION MET
NORTH AND SOUTH
SEPTEMBER 26-27-1864

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Fort Davidson Interior---The view is looking east toward Pilot Knob. The visitor center is in the background. Gen. Fagan's troops attacked the fort from the east. Barbettes can be seen in the left foreground, and in the upper right corner. The crater is at right center.

Barbette: A raised wooden platform normally found in permanent fortifications, that allowed an artillery piece to be fired over a wall without exposing its gun crew. A mound of dirt was often used as a replacement


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