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 AllRefer.com - Chattanooga campaign (U.S. History) - Encyclopedia
Chattanooga, Tenn., which commanded Confederate communications between the East and the Mississippi River and was also the key to loyal E Tennessee, had been an important Union objective as early as 1862 (see Buell, Don Carlos).
In 1863, the Union general William Rosecrans, commanding the Army of the Cumberland, forced Braxton Bragg to withdraw his Confederate army from middle Tennessee (June-Aug.) and maneuvered him out of Chattanooga (Aug. 16–Sept. 8).
The victory left Chattanooga in Union hands for the rest of the war.
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 Chattanooga on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Chattanooga on a roll: from America's dirtiest city to one of its greenest.
Beverly Crawford, 52, from Chattanooga, Tennessee, holds what she thinks are the remains of her husband, attorney Robert Crawford, Jr.
Chattanooga is sold on look of its new ballpark With commitment from fans, minor league team builds regal replacement to its ballpark of 70 years.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/C/Chattano.asp   (711 words)

 Chattanooga, Tennessee (Cities)
Chattanooga is located in Hamilton County and it is the county seat.
The population of Chattanooga was 5,545 at the outbreak of the Civil War and around 1,500 at its conclusion.
Chattanooga is part of the Chattanooga, Tennessee-Georgia metro area.
www.ohwy.com /tn/c/chattano.htm   (189 words)

 Chattanooga Rugby Football Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Chattanooga Rugby Football Club is a men's rugby team formed in 1978 with the express purpose of fielding a championship team.
Chattanooga Rugby is a unique chance to learn an exhilarating sport and to be a part of a winning tradition.
Chattanooga Rugby is an organization that is not only dedicated to fielding a championship rugby team, but is also deeply committed to Chattanooga and the surrounding communities.
www.chattanoogarugby.com   (175 words)

 Chattanooga Bar Association - Mission and History
The organization of the Chattanooga Bar Association on April 15, 1897, was precipitated by a disastrous fire on April 3, 1897, which totally destroyed the Richardson Building where Miller Brothers Company department store building now stands (the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Annex).
This building was six stories in height and was then said to be "one of the largest buildings in the south." Its architect claimed it to be fireproof, yet by cruel irony was cremated in the consuming flames.
On its fiftieth anniversary, the Chattanooga Bar Association received the "Award of Merit" from the American Bar Association, thus being the first local bar association south of the Mason-Dixon line to achieve this honor.
www.chattbar.org   (606 words)

 Chattanooga.com.:.Welcome to Chattanooga, Tennessee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Chattanooga, the 4th largest city in the state, is located in Southeast Tennessee near the border of Georgia at the junction of four interstate highways.
Chattanooga was one of the first US cities to effectively use a citizen visioning process to set specific long-range goals to enrich the lives of residents and visitors.
The Chattanooga Convention and Trade Center is a state-of-the-art facility that has recently been expanded.
www.chattanooga.com   (257 words)

 Chattanooga Tennessee Real Estate
We have found that most people relocating to Chattanooga are very happy with what they can get for their money.
Chattanooga, The Scenic City is located on the beautiful Tennessee River at the confluence of three states, TN, GA, AL.
The greater Chattanooga population exceeds 400,000, but is spread out over a 13 county region.
www.relocate-america.com /states/TN/cities/chattanooga.htm   (506 words)

 Chattanooga   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Chattanooga National Cemetery was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
Chattanooga has a memorial entrance archway that was built in 1868; it is one of five such monumental structures built in the national cemeteries.
Chattanooga is the only national cemetery that has both World War I and World War II foreign POWs reinterred.
www.cem.va.gov /nchp/chattanooga.htm   (1566 words)

The battle for Chattanooga was the turning point in the Civil War because it opened the doorway to the Union forces for invasion into the deep South at the last moment for making possible the capture of Atlanta in time to influence the 1864 congressional and presidential elections.
The original plan of the battle of Chattanooga was to turn Bragg's right flank on Missionary Ridge, thereby throwing his army away from its base and natural line of retreat.
At its western base, and extending for a mile beyond, both north and south of the hill, were other rifle-pits, hid in part by a heavy belt of timber that extended about a quarter of a mile from the foot of the hill into the plain.
www.aotc.net /Chattanooga.htm   (12477 words)

 Chattanooga Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Hamilton County, Tennessee
The sizeable city of Chattanooga lies on the Tennessee River, near the southeastern border of Tennessee.
Recreational and cultural opportunities are abundant in Chattanooga, with a variety of attractions suited for all interests.
Chattanooga residents enjoy a safe, family-friendly community, abounding recreational opportunities, and a gorgeous natural setting amidst the surrounding mountains.
www.chattanooga-hamiltoncounty-tennessee.com   (531 words)

 Civil War Battles for Chattanooga
They needed Chattanooga, if Rosecrans abandoned it, there wouldn't be enough time to recapture it and launch the invasion before the presidential election one year hence.
They intended to capture Chattanooga, but had to withdraw when their supply lines were threatened.
Grant arrived in Chattanooga on the evening of October 23, 1863 to a starving Union Army under siege.
chattanooga.freeservers.com /civilwar/chattanooga.htm   (467 words)

 Battle of Chattanooga   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Missionary Ridge was on the Union left and center with a commanding view towards Chattanooga.
William F. Smith came to the rescue however with a bold plan to create a new supply line that eventually came to be known as the "cracker line".
This ultimately allowed the Union troops to hold Chattanooga and eventually use it as a means for more campaigns into the deep South.
www.collectorsnet.com /cwtimes/chattano.htm   (819 words)

 Chattanooga - Civil War
Reeling from defeat at Chickamauga on September 19-20, 1863, Army of the Cumberland forces under the command of William S. Rosecrans retreated to Chattanooga to regroup.
Abraham Lincoln was keenly aware of the importance of Chattanooga (city history).
The President had said that, "...taking Chattanooga is as important as taking Richmond." Rails from the city linked major distribution centers of the Confederacy; it was a key in his plan to "divide and conquer" the Confederacy.
www.ngeorgia.com /history/chat.html   (786 words)

 The Chattanooga Campaign Official Records and Battle(s) Descriptions
His men were exhausted and both sides had suffered heavy casualties--the Rebels lost 18,454 and the Yankees 16,179 in the bloodiest two days of the War.
When Rosecrans' forces withdrew into Chattanooga, Brag bottled them up and severed their supply lines, imposing a state of siege.
The South would never recover from the loss of Chattanooga, which brought Bragg's dismissal and opened the gateway to the Confederate heartland.
www.civilwarhome.com /chattannoga.htm   (552 words)

 Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Gateway to Southeast Tennessee & North GA.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Gateway to Southeast Tennessee & North GA.
Located within minutes of downtown Chattanooga, and an easy drive from anywhere in southeast Tennessee, north Georgia, and north Alabama.
Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport offers all the services and amenities you expect without the stress of expansive terminals, long delays, and huge crowds.
www.chattairport.com   (118 words)

 Chattanooga News
Local news for Chattanooga, TN continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
Chattanoogas Boldness Sets an Example Chattanoogas recently completed, $120 million waterfront transformation stands as a testament to what a similarly sized Tennessee city can achieve with bold vision and...
The Bradley County Board of Education along with several individuals are named in a $10 million lawsuit in the death of a 15-year-old boy who reportedly jumped from a moving school bus on Spring Place Road last...
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 Chattanooga Online - The Regions Superior Internet Solutions Provider.
Chattanooga Online becomes Chattanooga's only multihomed Internet solutions provider.
This means your commercial connections with Chattanooga Online are rock solid 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Chattanooga Online considers your service as our number one priority.
www.chattanooga.net   (167 words)

 Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park (National Park Service)
Between 1890 and 1899 the Congress of the United States authorized the establishment of the first four national military parks: Chickamauga and Chattanooga, Shiloh, Gettysburg, and Vicksburg.
The first and largest of these, and the one upon which the establishment and development of most other national military and historical parks was based, was Chickamauga and Chattanooga.
It owes its existence largely to the efforts of General H.V. Boynton and Ferdinand Van Derveer, both veterans of the Army of the Cumberland, who saw the need for a national park to preserve and commemorate these battlefields during a visit to the area in 1888.
www.nps.gov /chch   (111 words)

 Battle Summary: Chattanooga, TN
John T. Wilder’s brigade of the Union 4th Division, XIV Army Corps marched to a location northeast of Chattanooga where the Confederates could see them, reinforcing Gen. Braxton Bragg’s expectations of a Union attack on the town from that direction.
On August 21, Wilder reached the Tennessee River opposite Chattanooga and ordered the 18th Indiana Light Artillery to begin shelling the town.
When Bragg learned on September 8 that the Union army was in force southwest of the city, he abandoned Chattanooga.
www2.cr.nps.gov /abpp/battles/tn018.htm   (222 words)

 Welcome to the Chattanooga Photo Database
Photograph collections housed in the Local History and Genealogy Department contain images of the Chattanooga area dating from the mid-1800's.
Chattanooga Yesterday and Today, published from 1951 to 1964.
Compiled by E. Chapin, Walter Cline, and Frank F. Stoops of the Chattanooga Half Century Club and donated from 1943-1960.
www.lib.chattanooga.gov /localHist/photodatabase.html   (199 words)

 Chattanooga Times Free Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Now, the Chattanooga Times Free Press comes to you every day in the most complete news package in the Tri-state area.
Also, sign up for email updates from the Chattanooga Times Free Press and click MSNBC to receive national and international breaking news 24/7.
The new electronic version of the Chattanooga Times Free Press is an easily searchable, exact replica of the printed newspaper.
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 Home Page
The Chattanooga Bicycle Club is for people interested in bicycling (both road and mountain bike), trail maintenance, and creating new friendships.
The monthly meeting of the Chattanooga Bicycle Club is held on the 3rd Monday of the month at the downtown YMCA at 6:00pm.
The CBC was established in 1967 to encourage and promote bicycle riding and safety, and to foster a good relationship between cyclists and motorists by demonstrating courtesy and respect for the law.
www.chattbike.com   (355 words)

 Chattanooga Real Estate Agents, Chattanooga Homes For Sale, REALTORS and Chattanooga
We also have information on Chattanooga home selling, home buying, mortgages, insurance, movers and other realty services for anyone looking to sell a home or buy a home in Chattanooga, TN.
HomeGain provides Chattanooga, Tennessee real estate information and resources to guide homeowners and homebuyers through the process of selling and buying a house, condo or other Chattanooga realty property.
HomeGain has services to help you find a top Chattanooga real estate broker or agent, get the value of your Chattanooga home and a comparative market analysis (CMA), view Chattanooga real estate and MLS listings, prepare your home for sale, and more.
www.homegain.com /local_real_estate/TN/chattanooga.html   (480 words)

 Chattanooga, Tennessee -- Index
The museum describes the battles for Chattanooga in Oct.- Nov. 1863.
All the awardees of the Congressional Medal of Honor are honored by the museum, near the resting place of some of the first winners.
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.
ngeorgia.com /tenn   (354 words)

 Chattanooga Real Estate - Values, MLS Listings,Homes For Sale,Realtors
We would be happy to send you school and community information in addition to the current real estate listings and property values.
Many times Chattanooga Real Estate buyers avoid using the services of a REALTOR under the mistaken belief that it costs them money - or that they will be able to negotiate a better deal directly with the seller or seller's real estate agent.
Real estate is a unique business, where an agent with one day's experience and no home sales gets paid the same as real estate agents with several years experience and hundreds of successful sales.
www.epoweredprofessionals.com /chattanooga   (451 words)

 Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain Post Civil War History
This includes the people and events that shaped this area's history, the early ownership of Lookout Mtn., and the struggle for control of the early roads and railroads up the mountain.
- describes The Siege and Battles for Chattanooga and the Battle of Chickamauga.
For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast.
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 Photographers in Chattanooga TN - Chattanooga Photographers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
, Chattanooga, TN - Documentary wedding photography with a fine-arts emphasis for brides in the Southeast and beyond.
, Chattanooga, TN - David is truly one of the most talented and artistic photographers in Tennessee.
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 Chattanooga-Hamilton Civic Forum
I'll give points when someone supporting an opposing candidate makes a real strike on something substantive; but harping on the fact that Mayor Corker helped gather advertising funds to attract a convention to his city, regardless of the fact that the organization that held it is facing some questions now, is purely pointless.
Um, promoting Chattanooga to would-be visitors is one of the things I expect from my mayor.
At the Chattanooga meeting of the Governor’s panel, lobbyist John Lyell repeatedly said that he didn’t “want [us] in [his] business” (this sentiment was echoed by others at the TLA conference).
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 Chattanooga Medical Supply, Inc
Chattanooga Group is the world leader in the manufacturing and distribution of medical, physical rehabilitation and chiropractic equipment.
For over 50 years, Chattanooga Group has provided the medical community with an impressive line of quality merchandise, including the Intelect Legend Series the new Intelect Legend XT and Intelect Legend Transport Units.
Chattanooga Medical also offers quality products from many other manufacturers.
www.chattmed.com   (221 words)

 CCS Home Page
Chattanooga Christian Singles "CCS" meets every Monday night at 6:00pm in Room #131 for socializing and a program.
After the meeting, we adjourn to an After Hours Location as shown on the calendar for a meal (optional) and socializing.
Our purpose is to provide an environment to foster friendships and mutual support amongst Christian Singles of all faiths in the Greater Chattanooga community as we continue on our personal spiritual journeys.
www.chattanoogachristiansingles.com   (162 words)

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