Monument

Hindman's Division Tablet

Sept. 20, 1863 2 pm

Battle of Chickamauga



Hindman's Division Tablet, click photo to enlarge.
By Byron Hooks, on 2011/05/19 10:31:28
1. Hindman's Division Tablet
 

Inscription:
Hindman's Division - Polk's Corp's.
Major General Thomas C. Hindman.

Sept. 20, 1863, 2 p.m.

Anderson's Brigade -- Brigadier General Patton Anderson.
Deas' Brigade -- Brigadier Zach C. Deas..
Manigault's Brigade -- Brigadier Arthur M. Manigault..

Anderson's Brigade of this Division reached General Bushrod Johnson's position near Vittetoe's in time to take part on Johnson's right in the assault on Snodgrass Hill made at 2 p.m. Deas and Manigault soon after joined Johnson, and were formed on his left, Deas first occupying the ridge west of Vittetoe's and south of the gorge near that house. Deas thence wheeled to the right and moved against Snodgrass Hill, with Manigault on his right opposite the gorge in that hill. Anderson's Brigade remained on the right of Johnson's Division. The three Brigades of Hindman's Division participated with Johnson's and McLaw's Divisions in the persistent but unsuccessful assault on Snodgrass Hill made about 3 p.m. This attack was renewed after 4 p.m., and continued until sunset, when Steedman's Division was withdrawn to the next ridge in the rear, and was followed by these troops to the foot of the slope in front of this second ridge. The total strength of the Division in action was 6,122. The killed, wounded, and missing for September 19th and 20th were 1,850. Percentage of loss, 30.22.



Hindman's Division Tablet, click photo to enlarge.
By Byron Hooks, on 2011/05/19 10:31:18
2. Hindman's Division Tablet
 


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




Location of the monument:
This monument is visible from the road. It is located at N 34° 55.428  W 85° 16.622. Map it

Parking is available on Lytle Road .


To reach this monument:
Marker is at the intersection of Lytle Road and Vittetoe-Chickamauga Road, on the right when traveling north on Lytle Road.



Other nearby monuments on the Battle of Chickamauga Battlefield.

There are 15 monuments nearby.

Deas’ Brigade Tablet (MT-1145) (Is only 63 feet away) ; Manigault's Brigade Tablet (MT-1201) (Is only 97 feet away) ; Johnson's Brigade Tablet (MT-1174) (about 528 feet away) ; McNair's Brigade Tablet (MT-1195) (about 537 feet away) ; Dent’s Alabama Battery Tablet (MT-1241) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; Johnson’s Brigade Tablet (MT-1176) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; McNair’s Brigade Plaque (MT-1196) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; Johnson’s Brigade Tablet (MT-1175) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; York’s (Georgia) Battery Plaque (MT-1273) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; York’s Georgia Battery, Battery E Monument (MT-1274) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; John W. Bull Memorial Marker (MT-446) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; Gregg’s Brigade Plaque (MT-1161) (approx. 0.2 miles away) ; Manigault’s Brigade Tablet (MT-1202) (approx. 0.2 miles away) ; 9th Michigan Infantry Monument (MT-888) (approx. 0.2 miles away) ; Johnson's Division Tablet (MT-1102) (approx. 0.2 miles away) . Map all of the Monuments on the battlefield.



Other monuments to the Hindman's Division on the battlefield





NPS/SIRIS Data:
This monument is recorded in the National Park Service database as structure MT-1090.



Comments about this monument:
The plaques on the Chickamauga Battlefield were installed by the War Department in 1890. This plaque is red indicating it is for a Confederate unit. Plaques are listed in the NPS List of Classified Structures as a batch input, Structure Number HS-Batch-3.


Hindman's Division Tablet, click photo to enlarge.
By Byron Hooks, on 2011/05/19 10:31:24
3. Hindman's Division Tablet
 


Credits:

This page originally submitted by Byron Hooks of Sandy Springs, GA, on September 25, 2018. This page has been viewed 10 time(s) since then. This page has been updated 0 time(s) since then. BG Hooks was the editor who published this page on September 25, 2018. Photos: 1, 2, 3 were submitted on 09/25/2018 by Byron Hooks.


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