Chickamauga
Last Updated October 14, 2013

Contributors:
Paul Stanfield, GA
Lee Hohenstein, NE
Matt Hering, MS
Billy Roberts, SC
Jim and Judy Griffin, TX
Don Worth, UCLA
David Willis, TN
Mark Davis
Joel Manuel, LA
William Cook, GA
Sandy Austin, GA
Steven Hippensteel, AL
  NPS Map
NPS Chickamauga Battlefield Map
Map of Ford Locations

Links


Christmas 2010
by Paul Stanfield
Links:
1. Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park
2. Battle Summary: Chickamauga
3. Battle of Chickamauga - Wikipedia
4. Battle of Chickamauga History.com
5. New Georgia Encyclopedia: Battle of Chickamauga

6. Battle Of Chickamauga Summary Facts Battlefield
7. Chickamauga by Ambrose Bierce
8. Chickamauga Campaign Official Records and Battle Description
9. Battle of Chickamauga - Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia
10. Battle of Chickamauga: A Compelling Account
11. Chickamauga - Civil War
12. Battle of Chickamauga, 19-20 September 1863

13. Chickamauga Confederate order of battle - Wikipedia
14. Chickamauga Union order of battle - Wikipedia
   
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Photos:
1st Georgia Infantry
9th Kentucky Inf.
18th Indiana Light Artillery
Alexander's Bridge   2    3
Alexander House Site
Battle Creek
Benjamin H. Helm's monument
Bloody Pond
Blue Bird Gap   2
Boynton Road   2
Bragg's HQ   2    3
Brock Field
Brotherton Cabin   2
Brown Springs 
Burkhalter Gap Road
Chestnut Grove Bap. Ch., AL
Chickamauga City Cemetery
Cleburne's Fort
Cole Plantation & Academy
Cooper's Gap
Crawfish Creek Campsite
Crawfish Springs
Crittenden's HQ
Cureton Plantation
CSA Left Wing
CSA Right Flank
Dade County, GA Courthouse
Dalton Ford
Dalton Ford Road
Davis Crossroads
Deshler's Brigade
Deshler Monument (Death Site)
Dyer Field
Dyer House Site
Easly Plantation
Easly Plantation Home
E. Chickamauga Cr. Crossings
Eli Lilly's Battery
Ellis Springs
Eufaula Alabama Battery
First Skirmish at Chickamauga
Fox Mountain
Gen. William H. Lytle Deat Site
Georgia Monument
Gordon-Lee Mansion
Hall's House Site
Head Rivers Church
Helm's Brigade
Hindman's Division   2
Hunt Family Farm
Hurricane Creek
Jackson Springs
Jackson Trail
Jackson's Brigade
Jay's Mill   2
Jesse Stephens Grave
Johnson's Crook
Kelly Field
Kelly House
King's HQ
Lafayette Road
Lee & Gordon's Mills   2   3   4
Lookout Creek
Lytle Gap
Lytle Monument
Macon Iron Works
McAfee Church
McCook's Route to Chick.
Mcfarland Gap
Millie Henderson Grave   2
Murphy Home
Murphy's Hollow Spring
New Salem Church
Nickajack Trace
Nisbet Plantation   2
Old Federal Road
Old Powell's Trace Road
Old Visitors' Center
Payne's (Sitton's) Mill
Peavine Creek
Peeler's Mill
Peyton H. Colquit monument
Pigeon Mountain
Poe Field
Polk's Corps
Pvt. John Ingraham's Grave
Red House Ford
Redding House
Reed's Bridge
Reed's Bridge Road
Ringgold Bridge Site
Road to Chickamauga
Rock Springs
Rock Springs United Met Ch
Rosecrans Headquarters   2
Signal Station
Sitton's Mill
Snodgrass Cabin   2   3   4
Snodgrass Field
Snodgrass Hill  2
SC Monument
Stephens Family Cemetery
Stephens Gap Road
Stephens House
Steven's Mill Site
Stevenson, AL   2
Texas Monument
Thedford Family Farm
Thedford Ford    2
Thomas's Battle Line
Thomas's HQ's
Thomas' Night March
Thornton's Mill
Trenton, GA
Viniard House Site   2
Visitor Center   2    3
West Chickamauga Creek Ford
White Oak Gap
Widow Julia Tate Davis Home
Wilder Tower   2   3
Winfrey Field
Yates Home
Zachariah O'Neal House
        

(6-2011Enlarge Visitor Center

Photo by Steven Hippensteel
 
Visitor Center: 1991
Visiter Center: 2002 Billy Roberts, SC
Visitor Center: 2003 Richard Edling, PA
Visitor Center: 2011 Steven Hippensteel, AL

Battlefield Entrance William Cook, GA

(May 1995Kelly Field, site of intensive fighting on September 19-20
 
Photo by Dave Willis

            

(2008Enlarge Lafayette Road interpretive marker. Marker is located on the left of Hwy 27 going South to Chickamauga Battlefield, about two blocks from the main entrance
 
Photo by William Cook

(May 1995Snodgrass Cabin, site where Gen. George Thomas earned his nickname the "Rock of Chickamauga." Held off Confederate advance, and allowed Union army to retreat to Chattanooga
 
Photo by Dave Willis

      

(May 1995Wilder Tower, an 85-foot high monument to Union Col. John Wilder, whose men were near the center of the breakthrough of Confederate troops on Sept. 20
 
Photo by Dave Willis

 

Eli Lilly's 18th Indiana Light Artillery
 
Photo by  Mark Davis

     

(October-2000) Jay's Mill, opening shots in the battle (looking north-east)
 
Photo by Don Worth

 

(2008) Enlarge Col. Payton H. Colquit monument, CSA right flank

     
 

(2008) Enlarge Mural located at the railroad tracks in downtown Chickamauga
 
Photo by Paul Stanfield

   
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