Mar 21

Simply Southern Jubilee

November 13, 14, and 15 2015 Friends of Nash Farm Battlefield, Inc. along with 30th Georgia Company E will be hosting a living history event at Nash Farm Battlefield.  The program will include camp life, school of the soldier, artillery demonstrations and other historical correct vignettes.  There will also be a battle scenario on Saturday and Sunday.  More details about registration and other activities will be posted later.DSC02599

Mar 21

Spring has arrived at Nash Farm

DSC03646 IMG_3572Spring has arrived and it is a beautiful time to visit the Battlefield.  Plenty of picnic tables so bring a lunch and enjoy.DSC03679-150x150[1]

Jan 16

Listen to what a young man can do with a 100 year old plus bugle.

Bugle Nash Farm

Double click on Bugle to hear it play.

Nov 05

Photos from the Atlanta Campaign 15oth Event

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Command Staff for the Battle of Atlanta

Battle Flags Flying

Battle Flags Flying

Spectators enjoy the battle and cannon fire

Spectators enjoy the battle and cannon fire

Union Commanders and Staff

Union Commanders and Staff

Confederate Commanders and Staff

Confederate Commanders and Staff

Troops line up to honor the dead listed on the mounment

Troops line up to honor the dead listed on the mounment

Both sides join forces to honor the dead.

Both sides join forces to honor the dead.

Ladies of UDC who helped raise money for the monument.

Ladies of UDC who helped raise money for the monument.

The cannons roared

The cannons roared

 

Attached are some photos made during the Atlanta Campaign 15oth Event. Hope you enjoy viewing the photos.

Sep 03

Video of Monument Unveiling

Jul 14

Discovering Henry Promo Video

All of the footage is taken at Nash Farm Battlefield. Mr. Bill Dodd, Curator and Historian of Nash Farm Battlefield is shown, as is Mr. Mark Pollard, Civil War Historian of Henry County. Let us know what you think of the program!

Jun 29

Current Museum Hours

The museum is open Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. till 5 a.m.

Jun 03

Recent Eagle Scout Project

We are excited to post about Charles Reese’s eagle scout project, (troop 265).  Photo one(bottom of post) is 5/30/2014 at 6:15 p.m. as the project begins, photo 2 is Saturday 5/31/2014 at 10:58 a.m. as the project progresses, photo 3 is Saturday 12:47 p.m. putting the finishing touches on the plants around the arbor, photo 4 is Heather and her Father, the first bride to pass under the arbor 5/31/2014 at 3:10 p.m. and photo 5(top of post) at 3:31 p.m. is the first married couple to pass under the arbor Mr. and Mrs. Blount. 

 

 

Mr. and Mrs. Blount

Mr. and Mrs. Blount

Bride and Father

Bride and Father

Working on plants around arbor.

Working on plants around arbor.

The project in progress.

The project in progress.

The projects begins...

The projects begins…

 

May 21

Welcome to our new site!

7Welcome to our new website. Please pardon our mess as we tweak the site and get it operational.

May 10

Henry County Chamber Promo Video Featuring Nash Farm

Henry County Chamber Video Featuring Nash Farm