The Battle of Natural Bridge, Florida - Online Tour
The Battle of Natural Bridge, Florida - Online Tour
Sites associated with the Battle of Natural Bridge, Florida
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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.
Online Tour of the Battle of Natural Bridge, Florida
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
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