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Chapter 19: battle of Chickamauga Position of the Confederacy after Gettysburg and Vicksburg. Reenforcements of Bragg. the armies before the battle of Chickamauga. the order of battle.
ve supplies by rail, Lee's army now recuperated rapidly from its exhaustion by the campaign of Gettysburg.
There remained nearly five months of open weather before winter.
The prospects of the Confederacy had been sadly altered by our failures at Gettysburg and Vicksburg.
Grant would now be able to bring against us in Ga. Rosecrans reenforced by the army which had taken Vicksburg.
To remain id ss than was expended at Stone River, and is less than one-fourth of the Federal expenditure at Gettysburg.
On the morning of the 21st the army under Thomas was in position on Missionary Ridge, abou at night.
Three of the brigades, Law, Benning, and Robertson, had suffered severely, both at Gettysburg and Chickamauga, and scarcely averaged 700 men each.
These brigades were ordered to cross Loo