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Silverdale Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga

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  • We stumbled upon this place completely by accident. We happened to be staying across the street in a hotel a spotted it. Very small and not much to see, but there is a small box with recordings about ...  more »
  • I am a lover of History and Archeology…good reasons to travel. While visiting friends in Dalton, GA, they invited me to visit historical sites in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This cemetery received my atte...  more »
  • You won't find this cemetery very easily but the stop is worth while as it is the final resting place of Confederate soldiers who fought in the battle of Perryville and were brought back to Chattanoog...  more »
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  • Silverdale Confederate Cemetery: A Place where the tree hallows I am a lover of History and Archeology…good reasons to travel. While visiting friends in Dalton, GA, they invited me to visit historical sites in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This cemetery received my attention. A brief story tells us that the 155 unknown confederate graves belong to soldiers that died from disease. Apparently they were wounded during the Kentucky campaign of General Braxton Bragg. I was also told an interesting fact, apparently among the graves, there is one that belongs to an African American male and a nurse. The place is quiet and the trees do moved by the soft breeze. I suppose they do rendered respect to the ones gone. Regardless of what they believed, they made the ultimate sacrifice, dying for a cause. The cemetery is located on an access road off of Old Highway 11 in Chattanooga, near the Bonny Oaks Drive exit from Interstate 75. Travel, learn and share!
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