In the late summer of 1863, Union and Confederate armies struggled for control of Chattanooga, Tennessee. For the most part, these battles were not fought by professional soldiers but by men from rural farms and small towns that peppered the South and Midwest. These men, like school teacher and father Joshua Gallaway and town constable George Van Pelt, volunteered based upon their beliefs and were willing to lay down their lives for those causes if necessary.
In the end, the battles fought in the Campaign for Chattanooga left a legacy of dashed hopes and broken dreams. This film is their story.
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