January 16th, 2010
Originally Posted by Del Boy
What is so unusual about the Civil War military high look- out point on Blue Ridge mountains overlooking the battlefields of Shenandoah?
Originally Posted by bren122
either that the lookout is in one state and the action took place in another OR that the lookout itself was the site of some of the action- assuming you are referring to Lookout Mountain.
The place in the Shanandoah was Massanutten, used by the Confederates to watch the Yankees. Lookout Mountain is near Chattanooga, Tn. & the Missionary Ridge battlefield.