Chickamauga


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
  • noun

Synonyms for Chickamauga

References in periodicals archive ?
Critique: Impressively well researched, exceptionally well written, deftly organized and presented, "The Chickamauga Campaign_Glory or the Grave" is enhanced with the inclusion of a fifty-nine page Index.
Lake Chickamauga will always be special to me after this one.
While Conflicting Memories is a welcome addition to the mountain of works dealing with the US Civil War and its effects on this nation, the book is less about the battle of Chickamauga as it is about remembering and enshrining the battle.
In each section, the regional geology of the area is described as one would see it traveling along interstates, US highways and state highways as well as in geologically-rich parks and other attractions such as Stone Mountain, Chickamauga, Okefenokee Swamp and others.
of the Seventy-Fifth Indiana infantry Volunteer Regiment in 1862, drummed in skirmishes across Kentucky and Tennessee, was in the battle of Chickamauga in Georgia in 1863, was captured by the Confederates and spent fourteen months a prisoner of war, finally to be exchanged in November 1864 for Confederate prisoners at Savannah.
of Chickamauga in September 1863 was born in Marshall County.
In East Tennessee, the conclusion of' the 18th century was marked by a violent struggle between the European-descended Franklinites and the Chickamauga, IED by a cadre of Cherokee, Creek, and Shawnee war captains Generally labeled the Chickamauga Wars, the conflict spanned approximately two decades and resulted in a multitude of campaigns, battles, and skirmishes with much blood and treasure lost on both sides.
of North Texas) examines the Chickamauga campaign of 1863 as the last major Confederate victory of the western theater during the Civil War.
Thomas, the "Rock of Chickamauga," who Piatt believed was the ablest Union general during the war.
When I moved to FSG, he came along, and we've since worked together on Zone Journals, The World of the Ten Thousand Things, Chickamauga, Black Zodiac, Appalachia, Negative Blue, d Short History of the Shadow, Buffalo Yoga, Scar Tissue, Littlefoot, Sestets, and, just now, his selected late poems, Bye-and- Bye, with a beautiful Piero della Francesca Madonna on the cover, testament to the lasting power of the Tuscan--which is to say the Dantean/Montalean--aesthetic on Wright's sensibility.
The meteor was tracked by dual sky cameras, one in Chickamauga, Ga.
caught a five-bass limit weighing 16 pounds, 10 ounces Sunday to win $125,000 at the Walmart FLW Tour on Lake Chickamauga presented by National Guard with a four-day catch of 20 bass weighing 77-3.
At the season finale on Tennessee's Lake Chickamauga he sealed the deal with an 18th-place finish.
SouthCrest Financial Group Inc is the parent company of four bank subsidiaries - Bank of Upson, The First National Bank of Polk County, Peachtree Bank, and Bank of Chickamauga - operating a total of fourteen branch offices.
It wouldn't surprise me to hear that two guys from the Hospice of Chattanooga maintenance department were found sneaking into the nearby Chickamauga Civil War Battlefield grounds, measuring the diameter of the Confederate cannons scattered about on display.