Lookout Mountain


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Look′out Moun′tain


n.
a mountain ridge in Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama: Civil War battle fought here, near Chattanooga, Tenn. 1863; highest point, 2126 ft. (648 m).
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Although he was not in action in any of the actual engagements of the war, he was in the Union lines near the enemy at Missionary Ridge and Lookout Mountain.
After he is severely wounded at the Battle of Lookout Mountain on November 24, 1863, Mark is captured by Union soldiers and placed in a federal military hospital in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The Confederates held the high ground, Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge, but they could not completely seal off Chattanooga from the north.
The pilot program will take place at the Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center, Cypress Unit, in Golden Colorado.
Known throughout the Southeastern US as the Scenic City due to its proximity to Lookout Mountain, striking riverfront and vibrant downtown, Chattanooga lures athletes with its dramatic backdrop, idyllic weather and low-key southern charm.
He died on January 12 1917, and was buried on Lookout Mountain near Denver.
Battle Above the Clouds: Lifting the Siege of Chattanooga and the Battle of Lookout Mountain, October 16-November 24, 1863
Powell, which looks at the beginning of the struggle for Chattanooga through the iconic Battle of Lookout Mountain.
That property, referred to as the Lookout Mountain Laboratory, was built in the 1940s.
Right at the base of Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, site of one of the fiercest battles of the Civil War.
Over it all rises Lookout Mountain, less of a mountain than a towering 84-mile plateau that stretches from Alabama in the southwest on into Georgia and then to the bend in the Tennessee where Chattanooga sits.
The cozy-yet-modern 1,950-square-foot Craftsman-style cottage is a show house that sits amid a 450-acre community near Lookout Mountain, Georgia.