Title: Two women and a man sit on Umbrella Rock, late 1910s
Catalog Number: 2017.030.0001
Two young women and a young man sit on Umbrella Rock on Lookout Mountain. The woman on the left is wearing an ankle-length skirt, open jacket with wide lapels, and a white shirt open at the neck. She is wearing a decorated skull cap. Her button-up ankle boots are visible. The woman in the center is wearing an ankle-length skirt with a knee-length jacket that has very wide lapels with contrasting band at the neck. She is wearing a tall hat with simple decoration. The man sits on the outer edge of the rock. He is wearing a light, two-piece suit, white shirt, striped tie, and light hat with a dark band. There is a historic marker to the right of the outcropping. In the far distance is the Tennessee River, Moccasin Bend, and valley. Circa late 1910s-early 1920s.
The Battle of Wauhatchie was fought October 28–29, 1863, in Hamilton and Marion Counties, Tennessee, and Dade County, Georgia, in the American Civil War. A Union force had seized Brown’s Ferry on the Tennessee River, opening a supply line to the Union army in Chattanooga. Confederate forces attempted to dislodge the Union forces defending the ferry and again close this supply line but were defeated. Wauhatchie was one of the few night battles of the Civil War.
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