More than 100,000 men fought at Chickamauga and Chatanooga in the fall of 1863. Each one of these men represented the hopes and dreams of the nations they endeavored to establish or preserve. They came from all walks of life and fought here over the future and definition of freedom in our nation. Learn about a few of the key figures who shaped the history of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park.
You can also use the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System to try and learn more about your own Civil War ancestor. If you know what unit they served with, you can use Pointsmap to locate the monument or tablets that mark where they fought on the battlefield.
Last updated: January 9, 2018