NPS Chickamauga and Chattanooga
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    By late afternoon on September 20, General George Thomas had rallied his men along what became known as Horseshoe Ridge and Snodgrass Hill. They held the position until dusk, when they could fall back to Chattanooga.
    A painting of the fight around Snodgrass Hill by James Walker. This is from the perspective of behind the Union lines, at the bottom of the field behind the cabin.