- a city in SE Tennessee, on the Tennessee River: Civil War battle 1863.
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Contemporary Examples of chattanooga
Enrollment rates, the Chattanooga Times-Free Press suggests, are in trouble at Bryan.The Scopes Monkey Trial 2.0: It’s Not About the Stupid Science-Deniers
July 21, 2014
With the help of the Chattanooga Times, Engel once raffled off a house to a lucky ticket holder.
Having witnessed her improbable display, nobody in Chattanooga cared a wink about the final result.
Arch competitor Volkswagen last year announced it will build a new assembly plant in Chattanooga, Tenn.Rick Santorum’s Ugly Appeal to Rural Voters
March 16, 2012
Historical Examples of chattanooga
Maroney took the train for Chattanooga, still paying no fare.The Expressman and the Detective
But he inaugurated his command at Chattanooga with boldness and vigor.Four Years in Rebel Capitals
T. C. DeLeon
As I write, heavy guns are heard off in the direction of Chattanooga.The Citizen-Soldier
They were at Nashville, and they were at Chattanooga after my colonel came back, dead.
I was not the first one of the party captured, but was the first brought to Chattanooga.Daring and Suffering:
- a city in SE Tennessee, on the Tennessee River: scene of two battles during the Civil War, in which the North defeated the Confederates, cleared Tennessee, and opened the way to Georgia (1863). Pop: 154 887 (2003 est)
Word Origin and History for chattanooga
city in Tennessee, of uncertain origin, said to be either Cherokee or Muskogee; cf. Muskogee cvto "rock" (in Chattahoochee, etc.); the entire name is said to mean "rock rising to a point," which might describe nearby Lookout Mountain.
City in eastern Tennessee.