Monument

Buell’s Brigade Plaque

Battle of Chickamauga



Buell’s Brigade Plaque, click photo to enlarge.
By Byron Hooks, on 2011/03/02 14:43:34
1. Buell’s Brigade Plaque
 

Inscription:
Buell’s Brigade
Wood’s Division Crittenden’s Corps.
Col George P. Buell
Sept. 20, 1863


100th Illinois Col. Frederick A. Bartlenson.
Maj. Charles M. Hammond.
58th Indiana Lieut. Col. James T. Embree.
26th Ohio Lieut. Col. Wm. H. Young.
Indiana Light Artillery
8th Battery Capt. George Estep.

Inscription on the rear of the monument:
The brigade having advanced from its bivouac west of the Crawfish Springs Road took position here about 9:30 A.M., forming the right of the division, Harker’s brigade being on its left. Soon after the 100th Illinois, being the left of the front line of the brigade, advanced to the support of its skirmishers, crossed the Lafayette road and was driven back with the loss of its Colonel wounded and captured. When the division was ordered to the left the brigade was caught in flank and broken up, and its battery captured. Col. Buell rallied part of the 58th Indiana on Snodgrass Hill. Strength in action September 19th 1445 officers and men. Casualties during the battle: killed 79; wounded 443; captured or missing 129; total 651. Percentage of loss 45.05.


Buell’s Brigade Plaque, click photo to enlarge.
By Byron Hooks, on 2011/03/02 14:43:43
2. Buell’s Brigade Plaque
 


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



Distinguishing numbers/markings on the plaque:
[center] P


Location of the monument:
This monument is Not visible from the road. It is located at N 34° 55.065  W 85° 15.7506. Map it

Parking is available on Dyer Road near  N 34° 55.0803  W 85° 15.7648 .


To reach this monument:
This monument is in a wooded area on the west side of the split rail fence that enclosed the Brotherton Field. The monument can be access from a path that runs along the west side of the fence.



Other nearby monuments on the Battle of Chickamauga Battlefield.

There are 15 monuments nearby.

100th Illinois Infantry Regiment Marker (MT-718) (here, next to this marker) ; Wood’s Division Tablet (MT-536) (Is only 36 feet away) ; Negley’s Division Tablet (MT-511) (Is only 59 feet away) ; 6th Battery Ohio Light Artillery Plaque (MT-935) (about 267 feet away) ; Confederate Breakthrough (about 417 feet away) ; Brotherton House (MT-423H) (about 510 feet away) ; War Comes to the Brothertons (about 516 feet away) ; Left Wing - Army of Tennessee Tablet (MT-429) (about 526 feet away) ; Culpeper’s South Carolina Battery Tablet (MT-1345A) (about 527 feet away) ; Buckner's Headquarters Shell Monument (MT-445) (about 585 feet away) ; Buckner's Corps Tablet (MT-441) (about 597 feet away) ; 82nd Indiana Infantry Regiment Marker (MT-841) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; Mc Nair’s Brigade Plaque (MT-1194) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; Bate's Brigade Tablet (MT-1129) (approx. 0.1 miles away) ; Robertson’s Brigade Plaque (MT-1209) (approx. 0.2 miles away) . Map all of the Monuments on the battlefield.






NPS/SIRIS Data:
This monument is recorded in the National Park Service database as structure MT-560.



Comments about this monument:
These plaques are blue indicating that it is for a federal unit.


Buell’s Brigade Plaque, click photo to enlarge.
By Byron Hooks, on 2011/03/02 14:43:49
3. Buell’s Brigade Plaque
 
Looking east across the Brotherton Field., click photo to enlarge.
By Byron Hooks, on 2011/03/02 14:42:52
4. Looking east across the Brotherton Field.
 


Credits:

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