The Army of Tennessee: A Military History

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The Army of Tennessee
A Military History

BY

STANLEY F. HORN

Author of Invisible Empire, The Hermitage-- The Home and Home Life of Andrew Jackson, and Boy's Life of Robert E. Lee

ILLUSTRATED

THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY PUBLISHERS

INDIANAPOLIS NEW YORK

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • List of Maps vii
  • Contents viii
  • Foreword xi
  • Chapter I - The Western Border States 15
  • Chapter II - Tennessee Girds for War 47
  • Chapter III - Albert Sidney Johnston in Command 55
  • Chapter IV - The First Battles 63
  • Chapter V - The Defense of Tennessee 71
  • Chapter VI - The Fall of the Forts 80
  • Chapter VII - To Fight Another Day 99
  • Chapter VIII - Shiloh 122
  • Chapter IX - Retreat and Advance 144
  • Chapter X - The Invasion of Kentucky 162
  • Chapter XI - Murfreesboro 190
  • Chapter XII - Mississippi Interlude 211
  • Chapter XIII - The Retreat from Tennessee 222
  • Chapter Xi - Chickamauga 239
  • Chapter XV - The Chattanooga Campaign 275
  • Chapter XVI - "Old Joe" Johnston Retreats 305
  • Chapter XVII - Hood Takes Command--Atlanta Falls 341
  • Chapter XVIII - Hood's New Strategy--Tennessee Ho! 369
  • Chapter XIX - The Beginning of the End 394
  • Chapter XX - The End 419
  • Notes 429
  • Bibliography 481
  • Index 489
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