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This Day in Georgia Civil War History

November 29, 1861

Brown/Walker Correspondence Published

The Daily Federal Union of Milledgeville printed the correspondence between Georgia Governor Joseph E. Brown and William H.T. Walker. Walker, an Augusta native, had been in the United States Army and was now offering his services to Georgia. Brown gladly accepted and appointed him Brigadier General. Walker would be killed in the Atlanta campaign.

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