Baker's Brigade

Battle of Atlanta

Baker's Brigade, click photo to enlarge.
By Byron Hooks, on 2007/11/12 14:13:38
1. Baker's Brigade
Baker's Brigade

July 22, 1864. Baker´s Alabama brigade (Col. J.H. Higley comdg.), Clayton´s div., Cheatham´s A.C., (CSA) was diverted N.E. in Clayton´s attack on the 15th A.C. eastward, thus forming the extreme left of the line extending S. to Glenwood Ave. Higley´s troops faced the right sector of the 15th A.C. held by 2 brigades of Woods´ div. on the S. slope of Copenhill. A gap of 250 yds. in the swampy area of Clear Creek valley, separated Woods from the right of Morgan Smith´s div. where the DeGress battery was posted.

Woods´ flank attack on Manigault´s line at the Troup Hurt house not only retrieved the battery, but forced Baker´s brigade to withdraw.

060-101 Georgia Historical Commission 1956

Baker's Brigade, click photo to enlarge.
By David Seibert, on August 9, 2008
2. Baker's Brigade
Baker's Brigade Marker in Springvale Park 

Allegiance: Confederate
Type: Tablet (plaque)
Level: Brigade
Military Arm: Combined Arms

Distinguishing numbers/markings on the plaque:
GHM 060-101

Location of the monument:
This monument is visible from the road. It is located at N 33° 45.520  W 84° 21.492. Map it

To reach this monument:
Marker is on Waverly Way 0.1 miles north of Edgewood Avenue, Atlanta, GA


By David Seibert, on 2020-08-29
3. Baker's Brigade


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