Friends of Moccasin Bend (1806)
The Friends of Moccasin Bend, in partnership with the National Park Service, work to provide the highest level of preservation, protection, management and interpretation of the cultural, historical and natural
resources of approximately 755 acres of national park land.
Outdoor Chattanooga (1748)
A comprehensive Strategic Plan for Outdoor Recreation in the Chattanooga Region was shaped during a region-wide planning effort (October 2003 - January 2004), in which well over 1,000 citizens participated, sharing their ideas and concerns in a series of public meetings and work sessions. Outdoor Chattanooga was formed as a direct response to this initiative. It was established as a regional mechanism with facilities dedicated to the recreational use, education, and stewardship of the region's natural areas.
The Chickamauga Chase (634)
Visit this site to learn about the Chattanooga Track Club's oldest race event, held annually at the Park's Chickamauga Battlefield and benefiting Friends of the Park. A variety of races for all ages and fitness levels make this a true family opportunity for health and fun!
The Chickamauga Marathon (549)
The Chickamauga Battlefield Marathon is run through the nation's oldest military park. The event is presented by the Fort Oglethorpe Tourism Committee and is produced by the Chattanooga Track Club.
Governor's Forum on Land and Water (1329)
Tennesseans organized under Governor Phil Bredesen and dedicated to identifying innovative ways to support Tennessee's economy, agriculture, tourism, and the environment through land conservation.
Trust for Public Land, Chattanooga Office (675)
The Trust for Public Land (TPL) is a national, nonprofit, land conservation organization that conserves land for people to enjoy as parks, community gardens, historic sites, rural lands, and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for generations to come. In the Chattanooga area, TPL works closely with Chickamauga and Chattanooga and its Friends groups.
Chickamauga, Georgia (2007)
Welcome to a virtual tour of our friendly town nestled in the Appalachian foothills in the Northwestern corner of Georgia. We are working hard to make Chickamauga a great place to visit as well as to live, and as you view these web pages, try to imagine the rich and turbulent history of the town, from the original Cherokee Indian settlements in the late 1700ís to the two-day Battle of Chickamauga in September 1863 during the War Between the States, to present day. We have worked hard to restore and display historical areas around our city for your touring pleasure. Come visit and stay for a while.
Sixth Cavalry Museum (503)
The 6th Cavalry Museum preserves the rich military history of the Fighting Sixth Cavalry stationed at The Post at Fort Oglethorpe 1919 Ė 1942. The story of the 6th Cavalry is an illustrious one, beginning in 1861. Located on the Postís original parade ground/polo field, the area is listed on the National Register, surrounded by officerís homes and other Post buildings. Take a step back in time to the era of the horse soldier by visiting the 6th Cavalry Museum.
1863 Civil War History, Hamilton County, TN GIS (512)
Interested in what happened where during the Battles for Chattanooga in 1863? Explore the Civil War history layers in the Geographic Information System of Hamilton County, TN. This information tool was created by a partnership of Friends of the Park and the Trust for Public Land, Chattanooga office, with funding from the American Battlefield Protection Program of the National Park Service.
Chattanooga Civil War Round Table (2206)
The local Civil War Round Table for the Chattanooga Tennessee area invites you to attend monthly meetings to hear and discuss various subjects related to the American Civil War.
Chattanooga History Center (1772)
Chattanooga History Center chronicles the stories of its region's land, rivers and people over time, through interative exhibits and a wide variety of public and educational programming.
Tri-State Civil War Sesquicentennial (483)
As the 150th commemoration of America's Civil War approaches, Civil War sites across the nation present special programs to link us to our Civil War past. Learn about Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration events in Southeast TN, Northwest GA and Northeast AL by visiting this site often.