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Griswoldville Battlefield & Monument

Twiggs, GA, USA

Griswoldville was a factory town with a variety of mills including an armament factory that produced Griswold pistols and other equipment. On November 22, 1864, Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman's right wing, on their March to the Sea, destroyed the town, then defeated an attack by the Georgia militia. This attack was the last major infantry opposition on the March to the Sea. A 17-acre tract that was the site of the battle has been purchased and preserved; it is managed by Georgia State Parks as an unmanned site.


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From Macon at the junction of U. S. 80 and U. S. 129 (near I-16 Exit 2 and Macon Centreplex), take U.S. 80 east to Georgia 57; at junction with Jeffersonville Rd. bear left on Georgia 57 (Irwinton Rd.). Road name changes to Kenneth W. Birdsong Hwy. Turn left onto Battlefield Dr., at the end of the road turn left onto Old Griswoldville Rd., right onto Baker Rd. Battleground Memorial and parking are on the left. From Griswoldville go south on Henderson Rd. (named Ridge Rd. also) then left onto Old Griswoldville Rd., left onto Baker Rd., Battleground Memorial and parking are on the left.

Visitor Services

Interpretive signage, parking

Regular Events

Annual Commemoration held close to the battle anniversary

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Daily: Sunrise to sunset.



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