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The hill was so advantageous that Grant and Thomas had Wood’s troops remain there. Surprised by the attack, Bragg recalled Cleburne and Buckner, who returned to their former positions after dark that evening. Bragg also moved a division from his left to a post south of Tunnel Hill on his far right flank under Hardee’s overall command. The divisions led by Brig. Gens. William B. Bate and Patton Anderson, which had been entrenched in rifle pits along the forward base of Missionary Ridge, were ordered to move half of their men to the crest.
Sherman assured Grant that his force was sufficient to attack the northern end of Missionary Ridge as planned, so Grant reassigned Osterhaus’ men to Hooker, which gave the latter three divisions to attack the rebel defenders on Lookout Mountain. Grant wanted Hooker to be cautious. ” Of Hooker’s three divisions, only General Geary, on the right, crossed Lookout Creek without significant opposition, but then faced Brig. Gen. Edward C. Walthall’s Confederate brigade. Geary pushed along the base of Lookout Mountain, forcing Walthall back to the Cravens house, just below the northern end of the mountain.
After Stewart’s repulse, Longstreet launched a powerful attack just after 1100, with his right aligned on the Brotherton Road. Hood led the combined divisions in column of Bushrod Johnson, Maj. Gen. Lafayette McLaws (from the Army of Northern Virginia), and his own men under the temporary command of Brig. Gen. Evander M. Law. Hindman’s division deployed south of Hood’s troops (Map 4). These rebels advanced against the Union soldiers west of the La Fayette Road on the southern end of the battlefield, as many Federal units were moving north to reinforce Thomas’ position.
The Civil War in the West, 1863 (The U.S. Army Campaigns of the Civil War) by Andrew N. Morris