Chickamauga: A Battlefield Guide with a Section on Chattanooga

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STOP 2 Winfrey Field 11:30 A.M.
Attack and Counterattack

Proceed in the direction you were just traveling on REED'S BRIDGE ROAD not quite 0.9 mile to JAY'S MILL ROAD. Turn right. Proceed a little over 0.1 mile to BROTHERTON ROAD. Bear right. Proceed 0.4 mile to Winfrey Field. Park in the unimproved turnout on the right just before leaving the field. Stand on the top of the embankment beside the road near the edge of the woods. Face east, back toward the direction from which you have just driven, along the line of Brotherton Road.

Directions

The field in front of you was, at the time of the battle, covered with weeds and dead cornstalks. Brig. Gen. Absalom Baird's Union division was on your left, its right brigade, commanded by Col. Benjamin F. Scribner, along the tree line on the left side of the field. At the far end of Baird's line, his left brigade, under Brig. Gen. John H. King, was positioned about 600 yards farther into the woods north of here, your left front. Baird had one brigade, commanded by Brig. Gen. John Starkweather, in reserve, about 500 yards to your left.

Orientation

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