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Men of the fifth Georgia: more than half this regiment was killed and wounded at the battle of Chickamauga.
Lounging beneath the Stars and Bars are eight members of an Augusta, Georgia, company—The Clinch Rifles.
Their new paraphernalia is beautifully marked C. R.
They have a negro servant.
In a word, they are inexperienced Confederate volunteers of May, 1861, on the day before their company became a part of the Fifth Georgia Regiment.
Pass to November, 1863; imagine six of the soldiers in the group lying dead or groaning with wounds, and but three unhurt,—and you have figured the state of the regiment after it was torn to shreds at the battle of Chickamauga.
It was mustered in for twelve months at Macon, Georgia, May 11, 1861, being the last regiment taken for this short term.
The Sixth Georgia and those following were mustered in for three years or the war. The Clinch Rifles were sent to garrison Pensacola, Florida, where General Braxton