Union Artillery dominated the area around Poe Field, as Union guns pounded into the advancing Confederates' front and flank. Later in the day, Confederate Confederate infantry moved into this location.
Three officers of the 105th Ohio,which fought near here on September 20. Albion Tourgee, left, became famous after the war as a civil rights attorney, and argued on behalf of African Americans at the Supreme Court.
Larkin Poe's home was caught in the middle of Union and Confederate fire, and the home caught fire. Here, Larkin Poe visits the site of his old home years after the war ended.
Later on September 20, General Henry Benning's Georgians were positioned here in Poe Field. Today, Fort Benning in Columbus, GA is named for General Benning.
Confederate veterans returned to the battlefield to dedicate the Georgia Monument in Poe Field.