Franklin, Tennessee Pre/Post Hood Assault Battle Map


The Battle of Franklin was fought about 20 miles south of Nashville in which over 50,000 soldiers engaged on 30 November 1864. Confederate Lt. General Hood and his Army of Tennessee conducted numerous frontal assaults against Union (Army of the Ohio) fortified positions commanded by Major General Schofield resulting in a catastrophic loss to the Confederate Army.   

This map shows the positions of the combatants at two different times in the battle. The first is the approach of the Confederates and the second is the positions of the units when they were repulsed by the Union Army.

Result: Union Victory

Created/Published: 1874

Dimensions (Width x Height): 13.5x21.1

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