Letter from Sgt. Frank Phelps of the 10th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry.
Ulysses S. Grant’s Federal victory at Chattanooga opens Georgia to invasion and leads to a command change in the Confederate Army of Tennessee.
Ulysses S. Grant’s Federals finally break the siege of Chattanooga and nearly break Braxton Bragg’s Confederate Army of Tennessee in the process.
Ulysses S. Grant’s Federals continue their efforts to fight their way out of Chattanooga, including scaling the formidable Lookout Mountain and securing their fragile supply line once and for all.
Ulysses S. Grant begins efforts to break his Federals out of Chattanooga by assaulting forward Confederate positions at the base of Missionary Ridge.
Ulysses S. Grant prepares to fight his way out of Chattanooga as Braxton Bragg sends more of his Confederate Army of Tennessee away.