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Fort Tyler

Located on Alabama-Georgia border, it was site of one of last Civil War battles (April 16, 1865) to take place east of Mississippi.

On April 16, 1865, Union troops attacked the earthen fort in West Point, Georgia.  Many soldiers lost their lives that day, unaware that Lee had surrendered to Grant seven days prior.  Fort Tyler was the last Confederate fort captured by the Union, giving it the distinction, “Last Fort to Fall.”

Open daily dawn-dusk

http://www.forttyler.com

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