Thursday, October 08, 2009

The Civil War Tavern.

The tavern should be a place of ease and relaxation where one could go to have a drink and to meet old friends and make new ones. But there wasn’t anything friendly at these taverns. The taverns of this war was a place were one would meet the enemy. Many battles were fought at and around these taverns and when the fight was over some would be turned into hospitals. No there was nothing friendly about these taverns.

Below you will find a list of 18, taverns, each have seen many battles or were the site of a camping grounds for both armies. If you see a tavern of interest and would like to know more about what went on around them, just drop me a line and I will be glad to help you out.

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1. Poe's Tavern.
2. Robertson's Tavern.
3. Todd's Tavern.
4. Furnaces, Dowdall's Tavern.
5. Elkhorn Tavern.
6. Whites Tavern.
7. Goodall's Tavern.
8. Yellow Tavern.
9. NewYellow Tavern.
10. Spotted Tavern.
11. Wilderness Tavern.
12. Old Wilderness Tavern.
13.. Sweeney's Tavern.
14. Globe Tavern.
15. Wallar's Tavern.
16. Horton's Tavern.
17. Wharton's Tavern.
18. Leet's Tavern.
Although this list is small don't let that fool you, there are hundreds of reports on the happenings at and around these taverns.

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