The Express Newspaper – July 28, 2016

Battle of Chattanooga – By Sandy McBride

Staggering losses by both sides in the Battle of Chickamauga in Georgia in September of 1863 had the leaders of both the United States of America and the rebellious Confederate States of America searching for answers.  127,000 men had converged on the valley of the Chickamauga River in the latter days of September in 1863, and more than 34,000 of them had been killed, wounded, captured or just gone missing.  It was the bloodiest conflict yet in a bloody civil war.

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