|A close-up of monument at the Leonidas Polk death site at Pine Mountain.|
|This 20-foot monument, dedicated in 1902, marks where Polk was killed.|
|Leonidas Polk was killed at Pine Mountain|
on June 14, 1864. (Alabama Department
of Archives and History)
|The Polk death site monument stands in a clearing on private property.|
|A gazebo peeks from behind the remains of a four-gun Confederate battery position near|
site of Leonidas Polk's death.