Civil War Trails sign on the nearby spring waters, which was the site of an early 1800’s resort that occasionaly served as a hospital during the war.
During the Civil War, both Confederate and Union forces used the resort as a hospital. When soldiers died, they were buried on the grounds and after the war they were reinterred at Stonewall Cemetery and the National Cemetery in Mt. Hebron. The resort suspended operations during the war.
Photo and information courtesy of www.hmdb.org
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