US Navy ship: Atlanta.

Atlanta

US Navy ship: Atlanta.

Showing the Battle for Atlanta, which Sherman won for the Union during the Civil War.

Battle of Atlanta

Showing the Battle for Atlanta, which Sherman won for the Union during the Civil War.

An illustration of Atlanta, Georgia as depicted in 1874. Atlanta, GA is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Georgia. During the American Civil War, Atlanta served as an important railroad and military supply hub. In 1864, the city became the target of a major Union invasion. The area now covered by Atlanta was the scene of several battles. The rebuilding of the city was gradual. From 1867 until 1888, U.S. Army soldiers occupied McPherson Barracks in southwest Atlanta to ensure Reconstruction era reforms.

Atlanta, Georgia

An illustration of Atlanta, Georgia as depicted in 1874. Atlanta, GA is the capital and the most populous…

State buildings in Atlanta, Georgia after the American Civil War.

Atlanta, Georgia

State buildings in Atlanta, Georgia after the American Civil War.

The Georgia State Capitol, in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States, is an architecturally and historically significant building. It was founded in 1889.

Georgia State Capitol, Atlanta

The Georgia State Capitol, in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States, is an architecturally and historically…

"Found in the vicinity of the Canary Isles, the shell is minute, glassy, and compressed." — Goodrich, 1859

Atlanta peronil

"Found in the vicinity of the Canary Isles, the shell is minute, glassy, and compressed." — Goodrich,…

An illustration of Atlanta, Georgia's state house as depicted in 1874.

State House

An illustration of Atlanta, Georgia's state house as depicted in 1874.

Naval battle between the Union Weehawken and Confederate Atlanta.

Action between the Weehawken and Confederate Iron-clad Atlanta

Naval battle between the Union Weehawken and Confederate Atlanta.