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Kettle Creek Battleground
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  One and one-half miles North and one-half mile West is War Hill, site of the Battle of Kettle Creek, one of the decisive battles of the Revolutionary War.

It was at Kettle Creek, on February 14, 1779, that Col. John Dooly, Col. Elijah Clark and Col. Andrew Pickens defeated overwhelmingly a superior number of Tory forces, turning back forever the British troops in Upper Georgia.

Located on GA 44, 8.3 miles west of junction with US 78B/GA 10B

GHM 157-24, 1958

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