December 17, This day during the American Civil War

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December 17, 1864 – in Hollow’s Tree Gap, Georgia – On December 17 , the Confederate force made a stand at Hollow’s Tree Gap, located about 4 miles north of Franklin. They managed to hold off the Union advance until they found out that they were being outflanked on both sides. The Confederates had no choice but to retreat farther south.

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