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Point in the line of Fort Sherman, The Chief Work of the Inner Line, Which comprised the entire line From Battery Bushnell to Signal Hill. (Marker Number MT-49.)
Point in the line of Fort Sherman, The Chief Work of the Inner Line, which comprised the entire line from Battery Bushnell to Signal Hill. (Marker Number MT-46.)
Site of Headquarters Major General Joseph Wheeler, C.S.A. Commanding Cavalry Corps (Marker Number MT-56.)
Site of Headquarters Brigadier General Thomas J. Wood, U.S.V. Commanding 3rd and 4th Corps (Marker Number MT-57.)
Southeast Angle of Fort Phelps (Negley) Begun By Confederates As Fort Cheatham (Marker Number MT-42.)
Center of Fort Phelps (Negley) Southern Salient of Outer Line Begun by Confederates as Fort Cheatham 4 - 20 Pounders 8 - 10 Pounders 6 Napoleons (Marker Number MT-60.)
East Angle of Fort Phelps (Negley) Begun by Confederates as Fort Cheatham (Marker Number MT-60B.)
Site of Headquarters Lieutenant General Daniel H. Hill, C.S.A. Commanding Corps Major General John M. Palmer, U.S.V. Commanding 14 Corps Army of the Cumberland (Marker Number MT-61B.)
A Point in the 2d Line of Works, Connecting Fort Jones with Fort Lytle. (Marker Number MT-62B.)
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…
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