War on Two Fronts: Shiloh to Gettysburg

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CONTENTS
Preface to the Series 9
i. FORT HENRY AND FORT DONELSON
Gunboats on the Tennessee 13

by Henry Walke

The Defense of Fort Donelson 18

by H.L. Bedford

Fort Donelson Surrenders 27

by Lew Wallace

ii. PEA RIDGE
Bloody Arkansas 56

by Dabney H. Maury

iii. SHILOH
Shiloh 62

by U.S. Grant

Shiloh-A Private's View 76

by Leander Stillwell

Behind Confederate Lines 89

by William G. Stevenson

The Drummer Boy of Shiloh 103

Will S. Hays

iv. KENTUCKY INVADED
The Iuka-Corinth Campaign 106

by S.P. Barron

A Yankee in Mississippi 125

by Lloyd Bryner

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