• (noun): In the American Civil War (1863) the Union armies of Hooker, Thomas, and Sherman under the command of Ulysses S. Grant won a decisive victory over the Confederate Army under Braxton Bragg.
    Synonyms: battle of Chattanooga
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Chattanooga, Rome And Columbus Railroad
... The Chattanooga, Rome and Columbus Railroad (CR C) is a railroad in Georgia ... Rome and Carrollton Railroad, the railroad's name became the Chattanooga, Rome and Columbus Railroad in 1887, before any tracks were constructed ... more than 157 miles (253 km) of track, including a line from Chattanooga, Tennessee, to Carrollton, Georgia, and several smaller branch lines ...
Chattanooga Market
... The Chattanooga Market is the region's largest producer-only arts and crafts and farmers' market ... Sunday from April to December at the open-air First Tennessee Pavilion in Chattanooga, Tennessee, typically from 11am until 4pm (hours can vary for special events) ...
Chattanooga Mocs Basketball
... The Chattanooga Mocs basketball team represents the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in NCAA Division I men's competition ...
Andy Berke - Public Office - 2012-13 Chattanooga City Mayoral Campaign
... On May 8, 2012 Berke officially announced he was running for Mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee ... Andy Berke became Chattanooga's Mayor Elect on March 5, 2013, and was inaugurated on April 15, 2013 ...
Chattanooga Christian School - History
... decision was made to move the school from Lookout Mountain to Chattanooga at its present location and change the name to Chattanooga Christian School, Inc ... Chattanooga Christian School, is a Christian, interdenominational, co-educational, day school ... Chattanooga Christian School is a member of Christian Schools International and is accredited by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools ...

More definitions of "Chattanooga":

  • (noun): A city in eastern Tennessee.

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