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McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

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Significance: While Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park exhibits historic significance in several areas, the McFarland Gap Road Culvert represents the earliest road building effort by park officials as well as late nineteenth century road building techniques. Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park's other areas of historical significance include conservation, sculpture, and military.
Survey number: HAER GA-88-A
Building/structure dates: 1863 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Calloway, Deborah, transmitter


Fort Oglethorpe34.94896, -85.25690
Google Map of 34.9489645, -85.2569


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