Summer Guide 2011 | The Civil War - 150 Years Later (7/31)

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The name of Wilson Dixon, of Sullivan County, Tennessee, is carved on a large stone near Central Prison in Raleigh. Dixon was a member of an engineer company attached to General Sherman's headquarters unit during the encampment of 60,000 Union soldiers in the Dix Hill area of Raleigh.
The name of Wilson Dixon, of Sullivan County, Tennessee, is carved on a large stone near Central Prison in Raleigh. Dixon was a member of an engineer company attached to General Sherman's headquarters unit during the encampment of 60,000 Union soldiers in the Dix Hill area of Raleigh.

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