Category:Fort Mill Ridge Civil War Trenches (Romney, West Virginia)

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English: The Fort Mill Ridge Civil War Trenches are battle trenches originally dug between 1861 and 1862 and lined with chestnut logs by the Confederate artillery during the American Civil War to defend the approaches to Romney on the Northwestern Turnpike and the South Branch Potomac River. The trenches were then refurbished between March and June of 1863 by the 54th Pennsylvania Infantry and the 1st West Virginia Infantry. When Colonel Jacob M. Campbell (54th PVI) garrisoned Union forces at Romney, camps were set up at nearby at Mechanicsburg Gap.
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Object location 39° 19′ 27.53″ N, 78° 47′ 36.79″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth - Proximityrama info

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