Yes, George, it is. That's part of the confusion with South Cobb Drive. When I was a kid there were a lot more trenches scattered around. Now most are subdivisions. Back in the late sixties, I was the cameraman on a WTBS documentary. It never was finshed, for lack of funds. "Wild Man" Dent Myers, who channeled Stonewall, had a small cavalry reenactors' group. Off Cherokee Drive, on Vinings Mountain, near Paces Ferry, were about five artillery embrasures. Dent's group had a couple of mountain howitzers, which they put into the pits and fired. You had a magnificent view of Atlanta from there, about ten miles away. These would have been Union sites, opposite Johnston's River Line.
In the late 40's and early 50's my Uncle Robert McBrayer, the Texan, ran the Stonewall Inn, at Atlanta and Paces Ferry Roads. The dining room had glass cases set into the walls. They were about half filled with Minie' balls, with the rest holding swords, muskets, canteens, and the like, picked up in the area. While I was seeing the world with Uncle Sam's sailors, it was torn down, and Robert went back to Texas. I often wonder what happened to all that stuff. The NPS used to be a less formal organization. In the mid 50's the Chief Ranger, B. C. Yates, loaned us a Confederate saber to cut a wedding cake! Can you imagine that happening now? Stan