The Civil War in Georgia Commemorating 150 years Civil War Georgia Sesquicentennial

Audio Tours

Experience a first-hand glimpse at history as you hear the backstories of some of the most memorable, iconic moments in Civil War history. Listen closely to the audio tour as history is unfolded — with danger, exhilaration and excitement — right before your ears.

Hear about Union General Wilson’s raid through Alabama and western Georgia that led to the capture of the last Confederate fort and tested LaGrange’s all-female militia.
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Listen to true accounts of Confederate President Jefferson Davis’ escape path through Georgia as he tried to evade capture after the war.
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Follow Union forces as they cut a destructive swath across Georgia in 1864 and carry out Gen. William T. Sherman’s strategy to cripple the South’s ability to wage war.
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Retrace soliders' steps along the I-75 corridor as they battle to claim their ultimate prize: Atlanta, the transportation and manufacturing hub of the Deep South.
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Discover why Chickamauga, in northwest Georgia, was the location for the second-bloodiest battle in the Civil War in the audio tour for The Chickamauga Campaign.
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Follow this play-by-play audio tour for one of the most legendary events in Civil War history and Hollywood: the April 12, 1862, Great Locomotive Chase across the state of Georgia.
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