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Battles of Chattanooga

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Where was the Chattanooga battle?

The Battle of Chattanooga battle was fought near Chattanooga, Tennessee


How many died in the battle of Chattanooga?

2,000 men died in the battle of chattanooga


When did First Battle of Chattanooga happen?

First Battle of Chattanooga happened on 1862-06-08.


When did Second Battle of Chattanooga happen?

Second Battle of Chattanooga happened on 1863-08-21.


How many casualties were there in the Battle of Chattanooga?

In the Battle of Chattanooga there were an estimated total of 12,485. US:5,815 CS:6,670


How many Confederate soldiers died during the Battle of Chattanooga?

There were 361 reported Confederate deaths at the Battle of Chattanooga.


Who won the battle at Chattanooga?

The North.


Who lost the battle of Chattanooga?

confederate


How did the battle of Chattanooga affect the Civil war?

There were three battles fought at Chattanooga, Tennessee. They were: The first Battle of Chattanooga on June 7-8, 1862 was a minor artillery bombardment. The second Battle of Chattanooga on August 21, 1863 resulted in Bragg evacuating the city after bombardment of Union artillery. The third Battle of Chattanooga, or the Chattanooga Campaign, resulted in Grant defeating Confederate General Braxton Bragg. It was fought November 23-25, 1863.


How many Union soldiers died during the battle of Chattanooga?

There were 753 reported Union soldiers killed during the Battle of Chattanooga.


Who was the leader of the south during the battle of Chattanooga?

General Braxton Bragg was the commander of the Confederate Army of Tennessee during the Battle of Chattanooga.


What weapons were used at the battle of Chattanooga?

There were several weapons used at the Battle of Chattanooga. They used bayonets, cannons, muskets, and revolvers, and guns.


What future president led troops into battle in Chattanooga?

Ulysses Sympson Grant who, at the time of the battle of Third Battle of Chattanooga was the commander of the Union Army of Cumberland and that of Tennessee, which fought that battle.


Who won the Chattanooga Tennessee war?

I presume you are talking about the Battle of Lookout Mountain, the most famous battle of the Civil War in the Chattanooga area. The Union won that battle.


How many union soldiers went missing during the battle of Chattanooga?

349 Union soldiers went missing during the Battle of Chattanooga.


How many people fought in the battle of Chattanooga?

the amount of soldier that founght in the war of Chattanooga is 721,000.


General who was defeated at battle of Chattanooga?

bragg


What important battle was in the Tennessee campaign?

Chattanooga


What was the terrain like in the battle of Chattanooga?

Cold


Who was the winner at the battle of Chattanooga?

The Union won.


How long did the battle of Chattanooga?

2 days


Which army won the battle of Chattanooga?

The Union Army won the Battle of Chattanooga. The victory opened the gate for the invasion of Georgia and the campaign for the conquest of Atlanta.


How long did the the Battle of Chattanooga last?

The battle of Chattanooga began November 23, 1863 and ended around November 25, 1863, so this battle lasted appproaxmatly 2 days.


When was the battle of Chattanooga?

The Battle of Chattanooga took place on November 23, 1863 to November 25, 1863. It was a very short battle but very deadly, bloody, and damaging to our beloved country.


What has the author Henry V Boynton written?

Henry V. Boynton has written: 'Errors in school histories compared with the official record' -- subject(s): Historiography, History, Textbooks, United States Civil War, 1861-1865 'The national military park, Chickamauga -- Chattanooga' -- subject(s): Chickamauga, Battle of, Ga., 1863, Chattanooga, Battle of, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1863 'The battles of Chickamauga and Chattanooga and the organizations engaged' -- subject(s): Chickamauga, Battle of, Ga., 1863, Chattanooga, Battle of, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1863


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