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The Battle of Missionary Ridge was fought on November 25, 1863, as part of the Chattanooga Campaign of the American Civil War. Following the Union victory in the Battle of Lookout Mountain on November 2. . Following the Union victory in the Battle of Lookout Mountain on November 24, Union forces in the Military Division of the Mississippi under Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant assaulted Missionary Ridge and defeated the Confederate Army of Tennessee, commanded by Gen. Braxton Bragg, forcing it to retreat to Georgia.

Raab, James W. J. Patton Anderson, Confederate General: A Biography. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside, 1985. Raab, James W. McFarland & C. 2004.

Anderson led his brigade at the Battle of Shiloh, then took command of the Army of Tennessee for the Kentucky . Hoffmann, John The Confederate collapse at the Battle of Missionary Ridge : the reports of James Patton Anderson and his brigade commanders.

Anderson led his brigade at the Battle of Shiloh, then took command of the Army of Tennessee for the Kentucky Campaign and the Battle of Perryville, without a promotion. At the Battle of Stone's River, Anderson led Col. Edward Walthall's brigade in a successful charge on Federal artillery. During the fighting around Chickamauga and Chattanooga, he held divisional command, and was officially promoted to major general on February 17, 1864. Dayton OH, Morningside 1985.

James Patton Anderson. Battle of Missionary Ridge. After briefly serving as commander of the Confederate District of Florida, Anderson returned to the field in July 1864 during the Atlanta Campaign

James Patton Anderson. For other people with the same name, see James Anderson (disambiguation). Battle of Ezra Church. After briefly serving as commander of the Confederate District of Florida, Anderson returned to the field in July 1864 during the Atlanta Campaign. He led a division in Leonidas Polk's Corps in the Army of Tennessee at the battles of Ezra Church, Utoy Creek, and in the early stages of the Battle of Jonesboro before suffering a serious jaw wound on the evening of August 31. Temporarily unfit for duty, he was relieved of his command and sent home to Monticello.

Battle of Missionary Ridge.

James Patton Anderson Hoffmann, John The Confederate collapse at.This book is his memoir.

James Patton Anderson Hoffmann, John The Confederate collapse at the Battle of Missionary Ridge : the reports of James Patton Anderson and his brigade commanders. his four-division attack on Missionary Ridge, Breckinridge visited Stewart's left flank brigade of Col. Dayton OH, Morningside 1985 James Patton ANDERSON †Infoplease.

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During the battle his unit spearheaded attacks on the Union left flank and . John Bell Hood was a .

During the battle his unit spearheaded attacks on the Union left flank and sustained roughly 30 percent casualties. Breckinridge next participated in Bragg’s siege at Chattanooga in the fall of 1863. During the Battle of Chattanooga in November, his unit was routed by Union General George H. Thomas’s attack on Missionary Ridge. Bragg would later blame Breckinridge for the loss at Chattanooga and even accused him of being drunk during the battle. military officer who served as a Confederate general during the Civil War (1861-65).