This Grand Spectacle: The Battle of Chattanooga

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Note: The Tables of organization presented in Appendices A and B are taken from War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Series I, Volume 31, Part 2, Pages 14-24 and 656-664. Republished by the National Historical Society, 1972.
APPENDIX A ORGANIZATION OF FEDERAL FORCES
COMMANDER, MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI
MAJ. GEN. ULYSSES S. GRANT
ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND
MAJ. GEN. GEORGE H. THOMAS
GENERAL HEADQUARTERS
1ST OHIO SHARPSHOOTERS, CAPT. GERSHOM M. BARBER
10TH OHIO INFANTRY, LIEUT. COL. WILLIAM M. WARD

FOURTH ARMY CORPS
MAJ. GEN. GORDON GRANGERFIRST DIVISION
BRIG. GEN. CHARLES CRUFTESCORT
92D ILLINOIS, COMPANY E, CAPT. MATHEW VAN BUSKIRKSecond Brigade
BRIG. GEN. WALTER C. WHITAKER
96th Illinois, Col. Thomas E. Champion
35th Indiana, col. Bernard F. Mullen
8th Kentucky, Col. Sidney M. Barnes
40th Ohio, Col. Jacob E. Taylor
51st Ohio, Lieut. Col. Charles H. Wood
99th Ohio, Lieut. Col. John E. Cummins

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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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