Stones River National Battlefield | STONES RIVER BATTLE MAPS

The following maps were drawn by National Park historian Edwin Beares in 1959. Blue represents Union troops and Red represents Confederate troops. The park boundary, at the time, is marked in green.

Battle lines as of 6 AM on December 31, 1862, the start of the battle

Start of the battle, 6 AM on December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

7 AM to 8 AM, December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

7 AM to 8 AM, December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

9 AM, December 31, 1862

9 AM, December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

10 AM to 11 AM, December 31, 1862

10 AM to 11 AM, December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

12 PM, December 31, 1862

12 PM, December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

1 PM, December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

1 PM, December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

2:30 PM,December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

2:30 PM,December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

3:30 PM, December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

3:30 PM, December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

End of fighting the evening of December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

End of fighting the evening of December 31, 1862 (click to enlarge)

Evening, January 1, 1862 (click to enlarge)

Evening, January 1, 1863 (click to enlarge)

4 PM, January 2, 1863 (click to enlarge)

4 PM, January 2, 1863 (click to enlarge)

4:45 PM, January 2, 1863 (click to enlarge)

4:45 PM, January 2, 1863 (click to enlarge)

Confederate retreat at McFadden Farm area

Confederate retreat at McFadden Farm area

Evening, end of fighting on January 2, 1863 (click to enlarge)

Evening, end of fighting on January 2, 1863 (click to enlarge)

Evening of January 3, 1863

Evening of January 3, 1863

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Last updated on March 10, 2020
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