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An Unfinished Fort
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An Unfinished Fort
Fort Heiman and it's commanding view of the Tennessee River made it ideal to support the low-lying, flood-prone Fort Henry across the river. Confederate Brig. Gen. Lloyd Tilghman, then the commanding officer at both Forts Henry and Donelson ordered...
Battle of Fort Henry
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Battle of Fort Henry
You are standing inside the easternmost riflepits of Fort Henry. These earthworks are all that remain of the hastily constructed earthen fort that now lies beneath the waters of Kentucky Lake.
Exchanging Iron Valentines
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Exchanging Iron Valentines
February 14, 1862, Flag Officer Andrew Hull Foote's Union gunboat flotilla rounded the bend and steamed up the Cumberland to exchange iron valentines with water batteries. Ft. Donelson National Battlefield
Fort Donelson
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Fort Donelson
The mounds of earth you see before you are the remains of Fort Donelson, which originally covered 15 acres.
Holding The Outer Lines
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Holding The Outer Lines
The remains of the trenches you see here are part of the outer line of defenses that protected Fort Donelson against land attack.
The Breakout Begins
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The Breakout Begins
The attack started well and by 9 a.m., despite heavy resistance, the Confederates had pushed McClernand’s troops back along the Wynn Ferry Road and cleared the way for the Confederates to escape by way of Forge Road.
The View From Fort Heiman
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The View From Fort Heiman
Had you been standing here at noon on February 6, 1862, you would have had a panoramic view of Union Flag Officer Andrew H. Foote’s flotilla of four ironclad and three timberclad gunboats as they steamed upriver and began firing rapidly into Fort Henry.
Three Hours Later
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Three Hours Later
February 15, 1862 - 9:30am the right flank of the Union army had been driven back to this position, two miles from where the Confederate breakout attempt began.
     
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