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Passing around Lookout, and leaving one brigade to occupy Chattanooga, Crittenden marched via Rossville and Ringgold to Lee and Gordon's Mill. Bragg, with the design of attacking the Union Corps in detail, first ordered strong movements in the dir…
In the west and northwest lie the Cumberland Mountains. Immediately west of Lookout are the Raccoon or Sand Mountains. Their continuation north of the Tennessee is Walden's Ridge. Sequatchie Valley lies between Walden's and the main ridge of the C…
At the opening of this campaign Bragg, commanding the Confederate Army, held Chattanooga. Rosecrans, commanding the Union Army occupied the western base of the Cumberlands from McMinneville to Winchester. Crittenden's Corps, the left of the Union …
During the night of Nov. 23, 1863, Gen. Sherman crossed the Tennessee at the mouth of the Chickamauga, under orders to carry the north end of Missionary Ridge to the railroad tunnel. He seized the ground now known as Sherman Heights and held it du…
During the night of Nov. 24, 1863, Bragg's forces withdrew from the plain and Lookout and joined those on Missionary Ridge, occupying it from Rossville to Tunnel Hill, and a spur thence eastward to the Chickamauga. Sherman early on the 25th assaul…
Generals Bragg and Longstreet observed from Lookout the arrival of Hooker's forces in Lookout Valley on the afternoon of October 28, 1863.
Bragg ordered a night attack on General Geary's Division (six regiments) established about the church at th…
After Chickamauga, the Confederates by holding Lookout Mountain and Valley, closed the river line of supplies. Rosecrans' plan for its re-opening was to move Hooker's force from Bridgeport into Lookout Valley, Gen. W. F. Smith to co-operate from C…
November 23d, 1863, under instructions from Gen. Grant to ascertain whether the Confederates still occupied the valley, Gen. Thomas disposed forces in front of Fort Wood, the site of which is now marked by the stand-pipe of the water works.
Johnson's Division Palmer's Corps.
Brigadier General Richard W. Johnson.
November 25, 1863, 5 P.M.
1st Brigade - Brigadier General William P. Carlin.
2nd Brigade - Colonel Marshall F. Moore
2nd Brigade - Colonel William L. Stoughton.
Hindman's Division - Hardee's Corps
Brigadier General Arthur M. Manigault
November 25, 1863
24th Alabama - Colonel N.N. Davis
28th Alabama - Major W.L. Butler
34th Alabama - Major John N. Slaughter
10th and 19th South …