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Author: Oliver Perry Temple
Genre: Tennessee
Publisher:
ISBN: UOM:39015013465649
Book Pages: 588
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Author: Thomas Lawrence Connelly
Genre: History
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
ISBN: 0870492616
Book Pages: 106
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Author: Bishop, Randy
Genre: History
Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 145561811X
Book Pages: 304
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Native Tennessee generals, about forty Confederate and six Union, are profiled here with brief biographies. Forrest, Polk, Stewart, and many more are discussed with regard to their childhoods, prewar vocations, participation in battles around the country, and life after the war if they survived.


Author: Stephen Douglas Cox
Genre:
Publisher: Univ Tennessee Press
ISBN: 1621901270
Book Pages:
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Civil War Flags of Tennessee provides information on all known Confederate and Union flags of the state and showcases the Civil War flag collection of the Tennessee State Museum. This volume is organized into three parts. Part 1 includes interpretive essays by scholars such as Greg Biggs, Robert B. Bradley, Howard Michael Madaus, and Fonda Ghiardi Thomsen that address how flags were used in the Civil War, their general history, their makers, and preservation issues, among other themes. Part 2 is a catalogue of Tennessee Confederate flags. Part 3 is a catalogue of Tennessee Union flags. The catalogues present a collection of some 200 identified, extant Civil War flags and another 300 flags that are known through secondary and archival sources, all of which are exhaustively documented. Appendices follow the two catalogue sections and include detailed information on several Confederate and Union flags associated with the states of Mississippi, North Carolina, and Indiana that are also contained in the Tennessee State Museum collection. Complete with nearly 300 color illustrations and meticulous notes on textiles and preservation efforts, this volume is much more than an encyclopedic log of Tennessee-related Civil War flags. Stephen Cox and his team also weave the history behind the flags throughout the catalogues, including the stories of the women who stitched them, the regiments that bore them, and the soldiers and bearers who served under them and carried them. Civil War Flags of Tennessee is an eloquent hybrid between guidebook and chronicle, and the scholar, the Civil War enthusiast, and the general reader will all enjoy what can be found in its pages. Unprecedented in its variety and depth, Cox's work fills an important historiographical void within the greater context of the American Civil War. This text demonstrates the importance of Tennessee state heritage and the value of public history, reminding readers that each generation has the honor and responsibility of learning from and preserving the history that has shaped us all--and in doing so, honoring the lives of the soldiers and civilians who sacrificed and persevered.


Author: James B. Jones Jr.
Genre: History
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9781614239772
Book Pages: 128
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Join author James B. Jones Jr. on an exciting journey through the unknown and hidden history of Civil War Tennessee. Tennessee's Civil War history is an oft-told narrative of famous battles, cunning campaigns and renowned figures. Beneath this well-documented history lie countless stories that have been forgotten and displaced over time./strong Discover how Vigilance Committees sought to govern cities such as Memphis, where law was believed to be dead. See how Nashville and Memphis became important medical centers, addressing the rapid spread of "private diseases" among soldiers, and marvel at Colonel John M. Hughes, whose men engaged in guerrilla warfare throughout the state.


Author: Aaron Astor
Genre: History
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9781626194045
Book Pages: 192
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Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau played host to some of the most dramatic military maneuvering of the Civil War. As Federal forces sought to capitalize on the capture of Nashville, they moved into a region split by the most vicious guerrilla warfare outside Missouri. The bitter conflict affected thousands of ordinary men and women struggling to survive in the face of a remorseless war of attrition, and its legacy continues to be felt today.


Author: Library of Congress. Geography and Map Division
Genre: United States
Publisher:
ISBN: OCLC:862946708
Book Pages: 410
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Author: Randy Bishop
Genre: History
Publisher: Rooftop Pub
ISBN: 1600080421
Book Pages: 252
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Tennessee has over 2,900 recorded sites from the Civil War; 1,000 of these were locations of military actions of varying sizes. Today many of these sites are threatened by or lost to commercial or residential development. In this book, a chronological overview of more than twenty of the major battles in the state is conducted using firsthand documents and established sources. Maps and over 100 photographs enhance the text to give the reader a comprehensive understanding of the significance of these battles and the current preservation efforts for Tennessees battlefields from the War Between the States.


Author: Cameron Judd
Genre: History
Publisher: The Overmountain Press
ISBN: 1570720614
Book Pages: 122
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When the East Tennessee and Virginia Railway line was completed in 1858, dignitaries gathered in celebration as the final spike was hammered into the last tie in Greene County. When the Civil War began, the line became a vital link in transporting Confederate troops and supplies from the deeper South into Virginia. The railroad was vulnerable, however, and inevitably the stage was set. On a cold Friday night, November 8, 1861, the Unionists proceeded with plans to burn the key railroad bridges of East Tennessee, but the promised Federal invasion did not come. From a bold plan approved by President Abraham Lincoln through the tragedy described in the aftermath, the incredible true story of an insurrection gone wrong is detailed in this thoroughly researched narrative.


Author: Sumner Archibald Cunningham
Genre: History
Publisher: White Mane Pub
ISBN: WISC:89082499054
Book Pages: 164
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Eighteen-year-old Sumner A. Cunningham joined his local home guard near Shelbyville, Tennessee, in late October 1861, and immediately was assimilated into a new Confederate regiment, the 41st Tennessee Infantry. Rising to senior noncommissioned-officer rank, his experiences were those of the Army of Tennessee through the next three years. He received limited military training, was captured at Fort Donelson, and spent time as a prisoner of war in Camp Morton, Indiana. After his exchange, he marched in the failed Mississippi campaign to free Vicksburg, saw action around Jackson and Raymond, at Port Hudson, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, and the Atlanta and Tennessee campaigns. There, he fought with bravado at Franklin and Nashville before he deserted. Reminiscences of the 41st Tennessee: The Civil War in the West is based on his wartime diary, which he published in 1871 for his middle Tennessee market. Cunningham's military account is a refreshingly candid examination of his daily life in the Army of Tennessee. From combat and heroism to fear, cowardice, and disease, his is an unusually honest insight into the Confederacy in the West.