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Henry Ladd Stickney (1871-1948), is the soldier on the far right. He was stationed at Camp Greenleaf in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in 1917, during World War I. While there he visited Lookout Mountain and Umbrella Rock, shown in this photo.

Henry Ladd Stickney is the soldier on the far right. He was stationed at Camp Greenleaf in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in during World War I. While there he visited Lookout Mountain and Umbrella Rock, shown in this photo.

From the Civil War to World War II, Tennesseans bravely posed on a teetering rock stack high above Chattanooga.

Vintage photo ops from Tennessee's precarious Umbrella Rock

From the Civil War to World War II, Tennesseans bravely posed on a teetering rock stack high above Chattanooga.

View from Lookout Mountain, Tenn, photo by Mathew B. Brady, 1861-1865 (National Archives and Records Administration)

View from Lookout Mountain, Tenn, photo by Mathew B. Brady, (National Archives and Records Administration)

8 by 10 Civil War Photo 4 Union Soldiers Atop Lookout Mountain Tennessee

8 by 10 Civil War Photo 4 Union Soldiers Atop Lookout Mountain, Tennessee

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"Point of Lookout Mountain showing ladders used by Union soldiers at the "Battle Above The Clouds." November 24, 1863. Photograph taken the day after the battle." Besieged in Chattanooga following their defeat at the Chickamauga in September, Union forces begin their breakout with a victory in the Battle of Lookout Mt.

The “Battle Above the Clouds,” 150 years ago today: “ “Point of Lookout Mountain showing ladders used by Union soldiers at the "Battle Above The Clouds.” November Photograph taken the day after the battle.“ From the series: Mathew Brady.

Umbrella Rock. Lookout Mountain. Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Umbrella Rock, Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, TN, Keystone

Umbrella Rock. Lookout Mountain. Chattanooga, Tennessee.

ca. 1864, [21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Company D at Lookout Mountain in Tennessee]  via the Wisconsin Historical Society

Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Company D at Lookout Mountain in Tennessee] via the Wisconsin Historical Society. Photo looks like Point Park on the end of the mountain.

National Park Civil War Series: The Battles for Chattanooga: Sunset Rock atop Lookout Mountain: Used as an observation area prior to the Battle Of Wauhatchie

National Park Civil War Series: The Battles for Chattanooga: Sunset Rock atop Lookout Mountain: Used as an observation area prior to the Battle Of Wauhatchie

November 24, 1863, two days before Thanksgiving - Union troops captured Lookout Mountain southwest of Chattanooga and started to break the Confederate siege of the city. http://www.amazon.com/Journal-Cavalry-Bugler-Georgiann-Baldino/dp/0985912332

Journal of a Cavalry Bugler by Georgiann Baldino on iBooks

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