Praise for The Maps of Chickamauga
"The Maps of Chickamauga is outstanding and highligh recommended. It can stand alone as a history of the campaign and battle; it is an essential companion to any history of the battle, and it is a must for any Civil War buff visiting the Chickamauga battlefield."
– Joseph A. Derie, Civil War News
"An absolute must-have for Civil War historians, college library collections, historical battle re-enactors, and anyone with a serious interest in the nitty gritty details of the Civil War's conflicts. Highly recommended."
– Midwest Book Review
"Every student of the war in the West will want this excellent book in their library."
– James Durney, Suncoast Civil War Round Table
"Powell's authoritative and crisp text combined with Friedrichs' wonderful maps clarify Chickamauga's complex troop movements as never before. This is a stunning visual representation of Chickamauga and a major contribution to the growing literature on the largest battle in the Western Theater."
– William Glenn Robertson, noted Civil War historian and Director, Combat Studies Institute, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
"Powell and Friedrichs have produced yet another stellar volume in the Savas Beatie Military Atlas Series. Scores of full-color maps illustrate the equally vivid text spanning the entire campaign from Tullahoma to the gates of Chattanooga. Part atlas, part narrative, all of it groundbreaking, The Maps of Chickamauga is a welcome addition to the scant coverage of one of the most important battles of the Civil War."
– Timothy B. Smith, Ph.D., author of Champion Hill: Decisive Battle for Vicksburg, and A Chickamauga Memorial: The Establishment of America's First Civil War National Military Park
"Absolutely brilliant! . . . Once you pick this up you'll find that a couple of hours has just flown by as you slowly page through the book."
– ProSe blog