Signal Mountain

Signal Mountain,Tn

The History of Signal Mountain

Located on Walden’s Ridge, at the southern end of the Cumberland Plateau, the Town of Signal Mountain takes its name from a promontory of land called Signal Point. Overlooking the Tennessee River Valley and the City of Chattanooga, Signal Point was used by Native Americans, including Creeks and Cherokee, to signal important messages and by Union troops during the War Between the States as a relay station and to observe traffic on the Tennessee River.

 

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