Battle of Chattanooga

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  • First battle of Chattanooga

    The confederacy split it's forces in Tennessee into several small commands in attempt to complicate Federal Operations.
  • Continue of the Battle of Chattanooga

    Smith reported Negley had withdrawn and the Confederate loss was minor. This attack on Chattanooga was a warning that the union troops could mount assaults when they wanted.
  • The Second Battle of Chattanooga 1863

    Major General William S. Rosecrans lauched a campaign to take Chattanooga.
  • Second Battle of Chattnooga

    Wilder reached the Tennessee River opposite Chattanooga and ordered the 18th Indiana Light Artillery to begin shelling the town
  • Federal Army

    A federal army led by General William S. Roscran was besieged there by a Southern army commander by General Braxton Bragg.
  • General Ulysses S. Grant

    General Ulysses S. Grant took over the campaign to relieve the union troop and seize the offensive.
  • Confederate troops retreated.

    On this date Confederate troops retreated. Bragg pulled his troops away from Chattanooga. He resigned shortly later after, having lost confidence in his army.