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Doc. 38.-the battle of Mission Ridge. General T. J. Wood's report. headquarters Third di
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Lookout Mountain and Mission Ridge are so related to each other and Chattanoo a Creek, ascend the north-eastern flank of Mission Ridge, (which here juts against the river,) swee weep along the lower slope and the base of Mission Ridge.
The remaining force in Chattanooga was t ered behind his rifle-pits, at the base of Mission Ridge, made no effort to retrieve his losses.
A y the enemy's intrenchments at the base of Mission Ridge, and hold them.
The signal for the advanc ed the reverberations of the fastnesses of Mission Ridge and Lookout Mountain; and before the echoe entire crest was occupied by our troops.
Mission Ridge was ours The enemy, whom we had seen durin hemselves by the vigor of their assault on Mission Ridge, and the ardor with which they attacked th the fragment of a shell in the assault on Mission Ridge.
To the members of my staff who were not [16 more...] [2 more...] [13 more...]