|Description||Wooden cane once tied with two flagstaffs (b, c). Single piece of rounded wood wrapped with two narrower, curved pieces of wood attached near base with tack. Simple carvings around several knots in wood. Small 1" white metal tip. Metal plaque (probably silver) 4" from handle engraved, "Lookout Mountain."|
|Dimensions||W-0.75 L-30 inches|
|Owned||Charles Todd Quintard|
|Owner Regiment||1st Tennessee Infantry|
|Event||Battle of Lookout Mountain|
"Climbing staff from Lookout Mountain."
On reverse: "Balm for weary and wounded by Rev. C.T. Quintard, Chaplin, 1st Tenn. Regt."
Dr. Charles Todd Quintard was chaplain of the 1st Tennnessee Infantry, as well as a regimental surgeon.
Quintard, Charles Todd
Battle of Lookout Mountain