The Darkest Days of the War: The Battles of Iuka & Corinth

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Maps viii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • 1 - Six and a Half Feet of Missouri Soil 1
  • 2 - Fifth Wheel to a Coach 13
  • 3 - The Darkest Days of the War 31
  • 4 - This Will Be Our Opportunity 38
  • 5 - Things Were Beginning to Wear a Threatening Aspect 50
  • 6 - Let Us Do All We Can 66
  • 7 - Their Delay Was Our Salvation 74
  • 8 - Like Lightning from a Clear Sky 86
  • 9 - Night Quickly Set In 99
  • 10 - We'Ll I-Uker Them Today! 109
  • 11 - Where, in the Name of God, is Grant? 118
  • 12 - A Pursuit Can Amount to Little 127
  • 13 - We Had Better Lay Down Our Arms and Go Home 135
  • 14 - More Trouble Than We Could Care For 149
  • 15 - Well, Boys, You Did That Handsomely 159
  • 16 - They Ran like Hens 175
  • 17 - I Bid Them All Good Bye 194
  • 18 - No Time to Cool off Now 203
  • 19 - The Men Would Do All They Could 221
  • 20 - Death Came in a Hundred Shapes 232
  • 21 - My God! My Boys Are Running! 253
  • 22 - We Must Push Them 271
  • 23 - I Never Saw Such Slaughter 280
  • 24 - Van Dorn Has Done It, Sure Enough 291
  • 25 - The Best We Had in the Ranch 305
  • 26 - The Reckoning 315
  • Appendix 325
  • Notes 331
  • Appendix 362
  • Bibliography 363
  • Index 379
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