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Chattanooga, Tennessee
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Chattanooga, Tennessee

Battle for Chattanooga
Battle for Chattanooga
Overview of the events of October and November, 1863
Battles for Chattanooga Museum
Battles for Chattanooga Museum
The museum describes the battles for Chattanooga in Oct.- Nov. 1863.
Chattanooga History 1
Chattanooga History 1
Major railroad center was founded as Rossville Landing in 1815, saw three battles during the Civil War
Chattanooga History 2
Chattanooga History 2
Formation of CCMNP, tourist attractions come of age, music, revitalization of downtown.
Chattanooga History 3
Chattanooga History 3
As automobiles become popular, downtown Chattanooga faces hard times. For 25 years the city struggles to redefine itself.
Chattanooga National Cemetery
Chattanooga National Cemetery
Civil War Cemetery founded by Gen. George Thomas after the battle of Chattanooga.
Civil War in Chattanooga
Civil War in Chattanooga
Overview of Chattanooga, Tennessee during the Civil War.
Cracker Line
Cracker Line
For a month, 40,000 men starved in Chattanooga until Ulysess S. Grant orders the opening of The Cracker Line.
Cravens House
Cravens House
Chattanooga home of Robert Cravens, site of intensive fighting during the Battle Above the Clouds
Incline Railway
Incline Railway
Missionary Ridge
Missionary Ridge
Braxton Bragg is defeated by U.S. Grant, William T. Sherman, George Thomas and Joseph Hooker in a defeat that many believe was the South's last hope
Missionary Ridge-Battle of Tunnel Hill
Missionary Ridge-Battle of Tunnel Hill
Sherman and the Army of the Tennessee are stopped by division commander Patrick Cleburne
National Medal of Honor Museum
National Medal of Honor Museum
All the awardees of the Congressional Medal of Honor are honored by the museum, near the resting place of some of the first winners.
Point Park
Point Park
Originally known as Point Lookout at the end of the Whiteside Park, Point Park was completed by the Corps of Engineers in 1905, dedicated to Union and Confederate soldiers united under a single flag.
Signal Mountain
Signal Mountain
The Cherokee Indians used this mountain as a signal point, hence the name. Union soldiers did the same thing 25 years later before and during the Battles for Chattanooga
Tennessee Aquarium
Tennessee Aquarium
The unique concept of River Journey and Ocean Journey makes the Aquarium a great destination for kids and adults.
Other pages of interest on About North Georgia
The Civil War in Georgia
Orchard Knob
Orchard Knob
Hill in Chattanooga captured Nov. 23 and used 2 days later to watch the Battle of Missionary Ridge
Battle of Lookout Mountain
Battle of Lookout Mountain

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