Fort Barrancas
The historic fort guarded
Pensacola Bay. Asboth's raid
was launched from the post
near the fort.
Fort Walton Beach
The Federals camped at
today's Fort Walton Beach for
two nights as they completed
preparations for the raid.
Links of Interest
The Battle of Marianna, Florida
Chipola River at Marianna
The river separated Union
and Confederate troops at the
end of the battle but is now a
popular canoe stream.
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Moss Hill Methodist Church
Built in 1857, the historic
Washington County church
was still new at the time of
Asboth's raid. Many men from
the Vernon Home Guard were