This Grand Spectacle: The Battle of Chattanooga

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A NOTE ON THE SERIES

Few segments of America's past excite more interest than Civil War battles and leaders. This ongoing series of brief, lively, and authoritative books--Civil War Campaigns and Commanders--salutes this passion with inexpensive and accurate accounts that are readable in a sitting. Each volume, separate and complete in itself, nevertheless conveys the agony, glory, death, and wreckage that defined America's greatest tragedy.

In this series, designed for Civil War enthusiasts as well as the newly recruited, emphasis is on telling good stories. Photographs and biographical sketches enhance the narrative of each book, and maps depict events as they happened. Sound history is meshed with the dramatic in a format that is just lengthy enough to inform and yet satisfy.

Grady McWhiney
General Editor

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • A Note on the Series 5
  • Contents 7
  • Maps 9
  • Photographs and Illustrations 10
  • 1 - The Seeds of Discontent"" 12
  • 2 - So Grand a Military Display"" 28
  • 3 - The Desired Point"" 42
  • 4 - They Never Fought Better"" 53
  • 5 - Like They Were Going to Walk Right Over Us"" 66
  • 6 - This Grand Spectacle"" 76
  • Appendix a Organization of Federal Forces 102
  • Appendix B Organization of Confederate Forces 117
  • Selected Bibliography 128
  • Photo Credits 132
  • Photo Credits 132
  • Index 133
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