Thirty-Fifth Regiment Infantry.
Major John P. Dufficy, Commanding.
Third Brigade (Barnes),
Third Division (VanCleve),
Twenty-First Corps (Crittenden)
September 19th, this regiment went into action east of the LaFayette Road, south of Viniard's, facing northeast, at 3 p.m., fighting desperately until dark.
September 20th, moved to the left and after frequent moves and considerable fighting, including one successful charge led by Colonel Barnes, it reached this position where it resisted several determined assaults of the enemy. About sunset it withdrew under
fire to the woods west of the LaFayette Road, and thence to Rossville.
This monument is Not
visible from the road. It is located at
N 34° 56.0089 W 85° 15.355.
Parking is available on Battleline Road
N 34° 55.9956 W 85° 15.3219
To reach this monument:
Park at tour stop 2 on Battleline Rd. A park path leads NW past the 16th US Infantry Monument to the monument.
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This monument is recorded in the National Park Service database as structure
The monument is, “9'10" x 5'10" x 9'10" high, this rock-faced monument has a stepped base. Rock-faced shaft is set off by bands of carved stars and incorporates state seal and bronze inscription plaque. Top is pyramidal.”
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