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Holding the Line
Author: Flavel C. Barber
Publisher: Kent State University Press
ISBN: 0873385047
Pages: 281
Year: 1994
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A memoir of Flavel C. Barber's service with the Third Tennessee, which also provides a history of a Confederate regiment of the time. The editor introduces Barber and details the formation of the regiment. A full regimental roster, a rarity among Confederate units, is also included.
The Confederate Heartland
Author: Bradley R. Clampitt
Publisher: LSU Press
ISBN: 0807139955
Pages: 248
Year: 2011-12-12
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Bradley R. Clampitt's The Confederate Heartland examines morale in the Civil War's western theater -- the region that witnessed the most consistent Union success and Confederate failure, and the battleground where many historians contend that the war was won and lost. Clampitt's western focus provides a glimpse into the hearts and minds of Confederates who routinely witnessed the defeat of their primary defenders, the Army of Tennessee. This book tracks morale through highs and lows related to events on and off the battlefield, and addresses the lingering questions of when and why western Confederates recognized and admitted defeat. Clampitt digs beneath the surface to illustrate the intimate connections between battlefield and home front, and demonstrates a persistent dedication to southern independence among residents of the Confederate heartland until that spirit was broken on the battlefields of Middle Tennessee in late 1864. The western Confederates examined in this study possessed a strong sense of collective identity that endured long past the point when defeat on the battlefield was all but certain. Ultimately, by authoring a sweeping vision of the Confederate heartland and by addressing questions related to morale, nationalism, and Confederate identity within a western context, Clampitt helps to fashion a more balanced historical landscape for Civil War studies.
A Land of Strangers: Cane Creek Tennessee's Mormon Massacre and its Tragic Effects on the People Who Lived There
Author: Bruce Crow
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1304275590
Pages: 275
Year: 2013
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Civil War Eyewitnesses
Author: Garold Cole
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 1570033277
Pages: 271
Year: 2000
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A catalogue of 596 firsthand accounts of the American Civil War published as books or periodical articles from 1986 to 1996. This listing includes diaries, letters and memoirs written by soldiers, civilians and foreign travellers. The historical importance of such pieces is also examined.
West Virginia History
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Louisiana History
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Tennessee Historical Quarterly
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Book Review Digest
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The Southern Historian
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Civil War Regiments
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Breaking the Confederacy
Author: Jack H. Lepa
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786421789
Pages: 238
Year: 2005-01-01
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"Making extensive use of materials both contemporary and modern, including letters, diaries, memoirs and histories, the author presents a detailed narrative of the locales, conditions, personnel, strategies, tactics, battles and skirmishes as Sherman's forces fought their way from Chattanooga to Atlanta and then made their famous march to the sea, destroying all resources along the way"--Provided by publisher.
The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
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Confederate Veteran
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America, History and Life
Author: Eric H. Boehm
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Provides historical coverage of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present. Includes information abstracted from over 2,000 journals published worldwide.
Nothing but victory
Author: Steven E. Woodworth
Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Inc
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Pages: 760
Year: 2005-10-25
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A study of the important role played by the Army of the Tennessee, a force of soldiers from the Midwest commanded first by Ulysses S. Grant and later by William T. Sherman, during the Civil War, describing their campaigns at Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Louisiana, Vicksburg, Atlanta, and more. 15,000 first printing.