Braxton Bragg commanded the Confederate Army of Tennessee
William Rosecrans commanded the Union Army of the Cumberland
A park ranger leads a tour in McLemore's Cove, about 15 miles south of the park where fighting took place in the weeks before Chickamauga.
Lee and Gordon's Mills, just south of the park, was a key location for the armies moving north.
Lee and Gordon's Mills as it appears today.
"The First Gun at Chickamauga" by Alfred Waud, depicting the Confederate crossing of the creek on September 18.
General John C. Breckenridge commanded the attack in this sector. Prior to the war, he was the Vice President of the United States.
The Washington Artillery's battle flag is of the Hardee Pattern, which was widely used in the Confederate Army of Tennessee.
The Washington Artillery were known for their appearance, including these red kepis.
The men of the Washington Artillery, photographed early in the war. Several of the men in the photograph fought here in this location.