Suttler coordinator Andy Fulks, right, and his daughters Ashley, center, and Kayla, from the Fall Creek Suttlery in Whitestown, Ind., pack up their supplies before leaving Mountain Cove Farms in Chickamauga, Ga., on Monday, one day after the end of the Battle of Chickamauga 150th anniversary re-enactment. Most of the re-enactors have left the farm, and cleanup of trash and other leftover articles has begun.
Suttler coordinator Andy Fulks, right, and his daughters Ashley, center, and Kayla, from the Fall Creek Suttlery in Whitestown, Ind., pack up their supplies before leaving Mountain Cove Farms in Chickamauga, Ga., on Monday, one day after the end of the Battle of Chickamauga 150th anniversary re-enactment. Most of the re-enactors have left the farm, and cleanup of trash and other leftover articles has begun.
Photo by Doug Strickland .
published Monday, September 23rd, 2013
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After the Battle of Chickamauga, the second-bloodiest battle of the Civil War, about half a dozen soldiers lingered. They stayed behind to scrub from the field the remnants of war.

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