For his actions at Snodgrass Hill, George Thomas became known as the "Rock of Chickamauga."
Johnny Clem was one of the youngest soldiers on the battlefield - he fought on Snograss Hill with the 22nd Michigan Infantry.
T.J. Duckett of the 2nd South Carolina was almost killed at Chickamauga. Years later, he still wore the hat with the bullet holes received around Snodgrass Hill.
T.J. Duckett's hat is in the collections of the Museum of the Confederacy in Virginia.
Veterans of the 2nd Minnesota Infantry gather for their monument dedication on Snodgrass Hill.
Many of the Union soldiers of Chickamauga were cut off and captured during the retreat, including most of the 21st Ohio at Snodgrass Hill. Most of these men spent the rest of the war in prison camps.
Julia Snodgrass was a little girl during the Civil War. But later in life she returned to Chickamauga Battlefield to visit her childhood home.