Banners to the Breeze: The Kentucky Campaign, Corinth, and Stones River

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Abbott, Maj. Augustus H., 65
Adams, Brig. Gen. Daniel W., 99- 100, 102, 188, 214, 220
Adams, Capt. George M., 50
Adams, Col. Wirt, 137, 139, 142, 169
Alabama troops: Thirty-third Infantry, 103; Thirty-ninth Infantry, 71; Forty-second Infantry, 161, 163; Forty-third Infantry, 44
Allston, Col. Benjamin J., 46, 81
Anderson, Ephraim McDowell, 137- 39, 171, 173
Anderson, Brig. Gen. James Patton, 57, 87, 99-101, 105, 185, 192, 206- 7, 209, 224
Appalachian Highlands, 30-32, 112
Arkansas troops: Fifth Infantry, 87; Seventh Infantry, 86-87; Ninth Infantry, 147; Thirteenth Infantry, 39; Fifteenth Infantry, 39
Armstrong, Col. Frank C., 122, 127- 29, 137, 145, 166, 170
Army of Kentucky, 43, 72, 77, 185
Army of Tennessee (C.S.), 186, 191, 213, 215, 219
Army of the Cumberland, 5, 120, 178
Army of the Mississippi (C.S.), 1, 19- 21, 57-58, 81, 84, 113, 115-165, 123, 185
Army of the Mississippi ( U.S.), 123, 130, 144
Army of the Ohio, 1, 7, 9-10, 20, 77, 116, 118, 120, 123
Army of the Potomac, 3
Army of the Tennessee ( U.S.), 1, 123, 130
Army of West Tennessee (C.S.), 142, 167
Army of West Tennessee ( U.S.), 144
Baldwin, Col. Philemon, 201-2
Baldwin, Col. Silas D., 147-48, 153
Baptist Gap, scalping at, 48
Barrens, Plateau of the, 31-32, 58, 60, 226
Baton Rouge, battle of, 127
Beatty, Col. John, 98, 207
Beatty, Col. Samuel, 208-9, 211-13, 218, 220, 223-24
Beauregard, Gen. Pierre G. T., 1-2, 18-19, 143
Belknap, Lieut. Col. William W., 149
Big Hill, 36, 38, 111-12
Blake, Col. William, 217
Bluegrass Region, 24, 31-32, 34, 42- 47, 75
Bolton, Capt. William H., 168-69
Bowen, Brig. Gen. John C., 148-49
Boyd, Cyrus E, 148-49
Bragg, Gen. Braxton, xiii, 18-24, 26- 27, 29, 30-32, 35, 45-46, 53, 232; in battle of Stones River, 200, 204, 206, 209, 213-14, 218-19, 224-29; and Iuka-Corinth campaign, 124, 126-27, 129, 140; in Kentucky campaign, 56-77, 80-93, 102, 104-5,

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