5 edition of Battles and sketches of the Army of Tennessee. found in the catalog.
|Genre||Personal narratives, Confederate.|
|LC Classifications||E605 .R54, Microfilm 70711 E|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, -662,  p.|
|Number of Pages||662|
|LC Control Number||06013073|
A Sketch of the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee;: With Reminiscences of Camp Douglas: South Carolina Volunteers, Confederate States Provisional Army (Accessible Books): Confederate States Provisional Army: Hood’s Texas Brigade in Reunion and Memory: Hood’s Texas Brigade in the Civil War: the Sons of Confederate Veterans, having been. The Army of Tennessee, the primary Confederate army of the Western front during the American Civil War, was formed in as the Provisional Army of Tennessee, which was the core of a force known variously as the Army of the West and the Army of the Mississippi before being ultimately renamed in November
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View all Internet Archive Book Images's photos. Feedback. About; Jobs; Blog; Developers; Guidelines; Privacy; Terms; Help. The Army of the Tennessee was a Union army in the Western Theater of the American Civil War, named for the Tennessee River.. It appears that the term "Army of the Tennessee" was first used within the Union Army in March , to describe Union forces perhaps more properly described as the "Army of West Tennessee"; these were the troops under the command of Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant in the Branch: United States Army.
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This book written by a Confederate veteran who lived it is a must for a serious insight into this famous fighting force in the western theatre of the Civil War.
The book also has it's lighthearted moments and is highly recommended/5(2). Battles and Sketches of the Army of Tennessee Bromfield Lewis Ridley Missouri Printing & Publishing Company, - Confederate States of America - pages.
BATTLES AND SKETCHES OF THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE () [SPECIAL ILLUSTRATED EDITION] book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
This ed 3/5(1). : Battles & Sketches of the Army of Tennessee: Brown cloth with gold lettering, fore-edge of text block is lightly soiled, illustrated, no writing in the book, pp., index, Errata page, Full refund if not satisfied.3/5(1).
Battles and sketches of the Army of Tennessee by Ridley, Bromfield Lewis. Publication date Topics Confederate States of America -- History, Military, United States -- History Civil War, This+book+has+faded+text+do+to+printing+of+book.
Addeddate Call number b Camera Canon 5DPages: Mexico, Mo. xii, 1710 pp. plus errata slip and plates. Portrait. Modern brown buckram. Pencil notes on front endpapers, messy tape repairs to several leaves including the portrait, tape offset, scattered foxing. Good. Item #WRCAM The author served in the Army of Tennessee from until the end of the Civil War, his experiences recounted here through preserved letters, many.
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Battles & Sketches of the Army of Tennessee by Bromfield L. Ridley, OctoberAmerican Society for Training & Development edition, Hardcover in English. The Army of Tennessee was the principal of Confederate army operating between the Appalachian Mountains and Mississippi River during the American Civil War.
It was formed inand it fought until the end of the war inparticipating in most of the significant battles in the Western Theater. The Army was formed on Novemby when General Braxton Bragg renamed the former Army. Battles and Sketches of the Army of Tennessee | This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
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The first was his effort, directly after the war to brin about emancipation of the Southern sympathizers of his state, who been : Bromfield L Ridley. BATTLES AND SKETCHES OF THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE. JOURNAL BY BROMFIELD L. RIDLEY Lieutenant General A. Stuart’s Staff, C.S.A. With an Introduction by Dr.
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This work was. From the description: "Following the Battle of Nashville, Confederate General John Bell Hood's Army of Tennessee was in full retreat, from the battle lines south of Nashville to the Tennessee River at the Alabama state ous engagements broke out along the way as Hood's small rearguard, harried by Federal Cavalry brigades, fought a day running battle over miles of.
Battles And Sketches Of The Army Of Tennessee by Bromfield L. Ridley. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Paperback. Good. The Army of Tennessee was the principal Confederate army operating between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River during the American Civil War.
It was formed in late and fought until the end of the war inparticipating in most of the significant battles in the Western Theater. Ridley, Bromfield Lewis, Battles and Sketches of the Army of Tennessee, Missouri Printing and Publishing Co., Mexico, Missouri Online book at Google Book, (accessed 26 Feb ).
Union Records [ edit | edit source ].The 8th Tennessee continued throughout the remainder of the war with the Army of Tennessee, participating in all the major battles and the Atlanta Campaign.
After the Battle of Nashville, December, the 8th joined General Joseph E. Johnston, in North Carolina, and was surrendered and paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina, as part of.Following the Battle of Nashville, Confederate General John Bell Hood’s Army of Tennessee was in full retreat, from the battle lines south of Nashville to the Tennessee River at the Alabama state line.
Ferocious engagements broke out along the way as Hood’s small rearguard, harried by Federal Cavalry brigades, fought a day running battle.