|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Photograph, "Corrals, headquarters", is written on the back of the photo. U.S. War Dept. General Staff photo is stamped on the back of the photo. This picture is of a wagon yard near Redoubt Carpenter, a Federal fort situated near the base of Cameron Hill, in between Cameron Hill and Market Street, facing the Tennessee River, intended for the defense of river traffic and the warehouses and rail lines located along the river's shore.
National Archives # 165-C-472; not available in the National Archives online database.
Chattanooga Public Library # 00001127, Paul A. Hiener Collection.
This photo also appears in Hoobler's "Cities Under the Gun", where Hoobler writes, "The horses and mules kept in the corrals near the foot of Cameron Hill helped break the siege of Chattanooga."
|Print size||8.00" x 10.00"|
|Copyright||National Archives: Public domain|
|Related Publications||James A. Hoobler, "Cities Under the Gun", p. 181, photo # 249.|