This able and resolute commander won in this fight the rhetorical but well merited name of "the Rock of Chickamauga."
But there he stood, a tower of strength, the Rock of Chickamauga indeed!
General Rosecrans had never recovered from the battle of Chickamauga.
Has that battle of Chickamauga been fought out to a finish yet?
But Thomas, the future "Rock of Chickamauga," was already showing himself a tower of strength.
The next in seniority—the Chickamauga boys—had been in ten months.
On the 19th of September, 1863, occurred the battle of Chickamauga, in which my regiment took a conspicuous part.
One of the largest fields of the auxiliarys activity was at Chickamauga.
The next day we struck the rebel rear at Chickamauga Station, and again near Graysville.
Thomas had fairly won the title of "the rock of Chickamauga."