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elf over a long, mountainous, and almost impassable road from Stevenson, Alabama, to Chattanooga, Tennessee, and his fears that General Rosecrying halfrations to the troops by the long and tedious route from Stevenson and Bridgeport to Chattanooga over Waldrous Ridge.
They could noof the mountain.
The summit itself was held by three brigades of Stevenson's division, and these were comparatively safe, as the only means ge's corps; and on the top of the mountain were three brigades of Stevenson's division.
The pursuit — the fight on the Ridge
In conformhe night; and the disjointed fragments of his force, belonging to Stevenson's division, were moved around to the right of his line in order tl of Walker's division, which was sent to the right, leaving only Stevenson's and Cheatham's divisions behind, both under command of General ed by General Gist, General Walker being absent,) Cheatham's, and Stevenson's divisions.
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