Battlefields and Forts of the American South
The fortified mission in San Antonio
was the scene of a critical battle of
the Texas Revolution. The chapel is
an American landmark..
North and South battled for control
of Corinth and its vital railroad
junciton in 1861-1865. Its Civil War
Interpretive Center is excellent.
BATTLEFIELDS & FORTS
OF THE SOUTH
Prairie Grove, Arkansas
A bloody and brutal stalemate, the
Battle of Prairie Grove took place
on December 7, 1862. The Borden
house was at the epicenter.
Horseshoe Bend, Alabama
The military power of the Creek
Nation was forever broken at the
Battle of Horseshoe Bend on
March 27, 1814.
The coastal city of Pensacola is
home to forts that date from the
Spanish, British, Confederate and
U.S. eras of Florida history.
This page features links to our special sections on battlefields, forts and other military related
historic sites across the South. Included are sites representing the Civil War, War of 1812,
Seminole Wars, Creek Wars, American Revolution, War of Jenkins Ear and a host of other
Alamance, North Carolina
The Battle of Alamance has been
called the first battle of the
American Revolution, but actually
was part of a separate conflict..
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Last Update: January 19, 2015
St. Paul's Church stands on the
site of the Siege of Augusta. The
battle was an important action of
the American Revolution.