4 edition of Battle of Nashville found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Battle of Nashville, 1864|
|Statement||John F. Wakefield, editor.|
|Series||Incidents in the American Civil War ;, bk. 48|
|Contributions||Wakefield, John F., 1952-|
|LC Classifications||E477.52 .B35 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||2001087604|
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It's not an in depth study of the Battle of Nashville, but rather 3/4 of the book is a basic history of the Civil War and 1/4 devoted to Gen. Thomas and a high level overview of the Battle of Nashville. This is a great book for a young reader, or someone interested in a general overview of the Civil War and Gen.
Thomas' role in the war and the /5(9). I would just like to get your opinions on what is the best book on the Battle of Nashville.
There are quit a few books on the Battle of Franklin and even books on the campaign as a while. I am looking for a book that provides the most to the regimental level if possible. I would.
The Battle of Nashville was a two-day battle in the Franklin-Nashville Campaign that represented the end of large-scale fighting west of the coastal states in the American Civil was fought at Nashville, Tennessee, on December 15–16,between the Confederate Army of Tennessee under Lieutenant General John Bell Hood and Union Major General George H.
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December 15 – 16, About the Battle. the Battlefield. Despite a series of defeats in the closing days of November,Confederate Lieut. Gen. John Bell Hood continued to drag his bloodied Army of Tennessee, approximat strong, north towards Nashville.
The city was protected by 55, Union soldiers, which should have. BATTLE II, William Robert "Bob"Of College Grove and previously of Nashville, passed away Janufrom complications related to a brain tumor.
He was born Decem in Nolensville, Davidson County, Tennessee, to the late William Robert and Cleo Smith Battle. The Greatest Civil War Battles: The Battle of Nashville analyzes the events leading up to the important Union victory and the end of the Franklin-Nashville Campaign.
Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about the Battle of Nashville like never before/5(3). Hood lost some six thousand men at Nashville, many of them captured when they failed to make good their escape from the battlefield.
Union casualties were just over three thousand. Tennessee historian Stanley Horn entitled a book about the campaign The Decisive Battle of Nashville, and Horn’s work is aptly titled when one considers that.
In the early 90’s, he became one of the founders of The Battle of Nashville Preservation Society. He has published a book entitled Nashville Battlefield Guide, containing detailed explanations of the battle and its battlefield.
He has made appearances as part of the Civil War Journal on the History Channel. Book Battle List. Competitions at State Beta Convention. Nashville Information.
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Untitled. Upcoming Events. This book is part of his “Hood’s Tennessee Campaign” trilogy series, which includes his classic books The Battle of Spring Hill and The Battle of Franklin (this three-book series can be purchased at a discount price here on our Webstore). The Battle of Nashville is available in paperback and hardcover.
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View all restaurants near Battle of Nashville Monument Park on Tripadvisor3/5(5). Rare Book Historical and Beautiful Country Homes Near Nashville, Tennessee.
This rare, year-old book chronicles the history and architectural beauty of 58 of the Nashville area’s most elegant homes. The book was compiled by Mrs. James E. Caldwell and published in The following Union Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Nashville of the American Civil of battle compiled from the army organization during the battle (December 15–16, ).
The Union force was a conglomerate of units from several different departments provisionally attached to George H. Thomas’ Department of the Cumberland.
This volume profiles the career of General George H. Thomas, and his role in winning the Civil War. While the book focuses on the Battle of Nashville, it also. Writing inlocal Nashville historian and student of the western theater, Stanley F.
Horn, certainly thought so. He advanced the thesis in a book titled The Decisive Battle of Nashville, keying upon Sir Edward Creasy’s famous Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World. Arguing contra-factually about what could have happened had the.
Alexander just released her historical fiction book "With This Pledge" about the antebellum grounds, which were owned by the McGavock family during the. On the eve of the Civil War, two Virginians pledged their allegiances—Robert E. Lee to his state, George H. Thomas to his national government.
By the end of the war, it was Thomas who won the battle that sealed Lee's fate, the Battle of Nashville, the "single most important battle of the Civil War," according to Bobrick, who generously calls Thomas "the greatest patriot-soldier America had Author: Benson Bobrick.
Battle of Nashville: Good description of the battle from the Union perspective. From Cox's book, "The March to the Sea/Franklin and Nashville". Battle of Nashville Essay: Great little essay written by a fine modern day historian about Thomas almost getting fired by Grant.
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USA. Battle of Nashville, situation about Hours (Decem ). Federal outer line, Decem The Battle of Nashville Monument is now located at. Honor the th anniversary of the Battle of Spring Hill, Tennessee (fought on this date, Novem in ), by purchasing our bestselling book, “The Battle of Spring Hill: Recollections of Confederate and Union Soldiers,” by award-winning Southern historian and Followers: In a long-running feud, a charter operator and school board member do battle over a book As Nashville residents turn out to vote Thursday, deciding between one mayoral candidate who supports charter schools and one who is openly skeptical of their value, an even hotter charter showdown has erupted between a city school board member and Author: Matt Barnum.
A Spy for the Confederate Army. Battle was born in in Cane Ridge near Nolensville, Tennessee. She attended the Nashville Female Academy. Her three brothers and father enlisted in the Confederate Army at the start of the American Civil War. Her father, Joel Allen Battle, started a company in Nolensville, called the "Zollicoffer Guards."Born: Mary Frances Battle, SeptemCane.
The battle of Nashville, according to one distinguished military authority, "has been generally accepted as a perfect exemplification of the art of war." Another authority has said: "No battle of the war was better planned, and none was so nearly carried out to the letter of the plan as the battle of Nashville.
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USCT troops struck a blow for the Union and their race at the Battle of Nashville. The United States Colored Troops of Major General William T. Sherman’s army wanted to fight during the Atlanta Campaign, but “Cump” had a dim view of black troops and did all he could to keep them in the rear.
Battle of Nashville, Decemberbattle that virtually destroyed the Confederate army that had invaded Tennessee under General Hood Home - Book Shop - Wars - Battles - Biographies - Timeline - Weapons - Blog - Full Index - Subjects - Concepts - Country - Documents - Pictures & Maps.
In Septemberthe Confederate army abandoned Atlanta and were on the verge of being driven out of the critical state of Tennessee. In an attempt to regain the initiative, John Bell Hood launched an attack on Union General Shermans supply lines, before pushing north in an attempt to retake Tennessees capital Nashville.
This fully illustrated book examines the three. Scale ca. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 34, Aug. Indicates troop and cavalry positions, roads, railroads, drainage, vegetation, and relief by hachures.
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This book is part of Col. Seabrook’s “Hood’s Tennessee Campaign” trilogy series, which includes his classic books The Battle of Spring Hill and The Battle of Nashville (this three-book series can be purchased at a discount price here on our Webstore).
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Congress. House. Defending the Nashville Pike. Most of the troops in this line had full cartridge boxes and knew that they must hold here or the battle would be lost. Again the woods and rocky ground helped the Union.
Confederate organization fell apart as they struggled through the cedars. Most of Confederate artillery was unable to penetrate the dense. Hotels near Battle of Nashville, Confederate Redoubt 1: ( mi) Caroline House Nashville Historic Inn ( mi) Belmont Blvd Bed and Breakfast ( mi) Linden Manor Bed and Breakfast ( mi) Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville - Green Hills ( mi) Courtyard by Marriott Nashville Green Hills4/5(1).
Jewell BATTLE passed away in NASHVILLE, Tennessee. The obituary was featured in The Tennessean on August 8, The Battle of Nashville, December, ended the Confederacy's last offensive action, removed the Confederate Army of Tennessee from the field as an effective fighting force, and realized the Union objective of turning the Confederate left.
This book provides a blow-by-blow account of that engagement, employing the points of view of both Union and Confederate commanders and soldiers 4/5(1).Donald Battle passed away in Nashville, Tennessee.
Funeral Home Services for Donald are being provided by Terrell Broady Funeral Home, Inc. The obituary was .