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Chickamauga Books
Chickamauga 1863
The River of Death. James R. Arnold. By the autumn of 1863, in a colossal gamble, the Confederates attacked the Union army along Chickamauga creek south of Chattanooga. On the second day of bloody fighting, the Union right collapsed and the army retreated - all except General George H. Thomas' Corps who fought on until nightfall, delaying the Confederate advance, saving the Union, and earning his fame as the "Rock of Chickamauga." 96 pgs., 55 B&W and 17 color illustrations, 7¼"x 9¾", sfbd.
 
This Terrible Sound
The Battle of Chickamauga.
Cozzens. This comprehensive study details the struggle between General Rosencrans' Union Army and General Braxton Bragg's Confederates in northwest Georgia during the Battle of Chickamauga - a major turning point for the Western theater. You'll read about the overall strategies of the commanders while gaining insight into the battle through the diaries and journals of common soldiers who fought there. 688 pages, 6"x 9", softcover.

 

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Chickamauga Videos

Chickamauga! DVD
The High Tide of the West. Based on primary accounts from frontline soldiers, and employing massive reenactment battle formations that put you in the action, this film presents one of the deadliest engagements ever fought on the North American continent. You'll also see animated maps and fascinatingly creative film media - including archival-looking footage - that provide a sense of what the battle might have looked like in a black and white "WWI-esque" fashion. 50 min.
 
The Unexplained: Civil War Ghosts
The sites where soldiers made the ultimate sacrifice are hallowed ground, reminders of our deadly heritage. Some believe they are haunted as well as hallowed. This video visits famous battlefields on the trail of some of the most compelling Civil War ghost stories. You'll visit Gettysburg, Vicksburg, and the Chickamauga battlefield for a compelling look that will fascinate believers and skeptics alike. 50 minutes.
 

 
The Battle of Chickamauga (Special Widescreen Edition)
Product Description
WINNER OF THE 2008 SILVER TELLY AWARD, The Top Prize At The Ceremony! The Battle of Chickamauga proved to be one of the fiercest engagements of the American Civil War. Over a period of two days in September 1863, more than 100,000 men struggled for control of the south's most strategic transportation hub, the city of Chattanooga. Along the hills and valleys surrounding the Chickamauga Creek, over 34,000 casualties would be suffered, and the Confederate Army of Tennessee would achieve their last, great victory. Shot on location using High Definition cameras, this 70-minute documentary film dramatically recreates the battle by including more than 50 fully animated maps, period photographs, historical documents, and over 200 reenactors. This Special Edition DVD also contains over 30 minutes of bonus features, including an in-depth tour of the Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park's very own Fuller Gun Collection.

 

Chickamauga Art


 
Battle of Chickamauga
Featuring a reproduction of an 1880s Kurz & Allison print, a battlefield map, and B&W photos of William Rosecrans and Braxton Bragg, this poster is printed on parchment-colored paper and measures 18"x 24".
 

 
Rock of Chickamauga
September 20th, 1863. Dale Gallon. From atop Snodgrass Hill on the Chickamauga Battlefield, General George H. Thomas sees an approaching yet unidentified column of soldiers in the distance. At this heightened stage of the fighting, he and his officers deliberate their next decision. Poster measures 30"x 20".

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Chickamauga Souvenirs, Gifts


 
Chickamauga Field Guide
This set includes an audio tour CD and an illustrated guidebook. The audio tour is nearly two hours long and if you listen to it in your car, you will follow the same tour signs as the National Park's tour route. The guidebook contains 18 detailed battle maps, photographs, sketches and paintings to help you visualize the dramatic events and gain a better understanding of the horrors of the battle. Includes bonus CD-ROM containing three battle animations and a screen saver. Guidebook is 56 pgs., 5¼"x 8¼".

 
Harper's Weekly 10 Bloodiest Battles of the Civil War
These beautifully reproduced facsimiles of Harper's Weekly, one of the most influential newspapers in America during the Civil War, contain national and international news, editorials, political cartoons, short stories, poetry, period advertising and elegant illustrations. The ten issues selected here contain coverage of the ten bloodiest battles of the war: Gettysburg, Chickamauga, Chancellorsville, Spotsylvania, Antietam, the Wilderness, Second Manassas, Fredericksburg, Shiloh and Fort Donelson.

 

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