|Hardshell Ch. aka Gilgal and Golgotha Church, was actually a small cabin-like structure. S. Camp was aka Solomon Kemp. Dickson aka Dixon house and Widow Goodwin, were landmarks in battle descriptions and burial locations of men killed at Gilgal Church.|
[Map of the northwestern part of Cobb County, Georgia, showing Union works near Kenesaw [sic] Mountain, June 1864] / compiled from surveys made by the Topl. Engrs. of the Dept. of the Cumb., [Topl. Engrs. of the] Dept. and Army of the Tenn., [and the Topl. Engrs. of the] 23d Army Corps ; under the direction of [the Topl. Engrs.] at Head quarters Dept. Cumb.
G3923.C73S5 1864 .M33 Vault : Sher 85
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA
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I found this map using search criteria of Jonesboro, Ga.