|View of Apalachee Bay, where the Union flotilla
assembled prior to the Natural Bridge campaign.
|The St. Marks Lighthouse still stands at the point
where the Federal troops came ashore.
|The Confederate earthworks of Fort Ward at San
Marcos de Apalache in St. Marks, Florida.
|The marshes at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge as
seen from the St. Marks Lighthouse.
|The St. Marks River at Newport, scene of heavy
fighting on March 5, 1865.
|This is the Natural Bridge of the St. Marks. Union
troops attacked across this ground eight times.
|Surviving Confederate earthworks on the battlefield at
Natural Bridge Historic State Park.
|Monuments along the ridge at Natural Bridge honor
the men of both sides.
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Last Updated: February 23, 2013