Chattanooga: A Death Grip on the Confederacy

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Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1989 - 318 pages
The trust of events in McDougall's highly charged narrative brings alive the key figures on this stage. The Unions four most successful generals served together in only this one campaign, which was the last for the controversial Braxton Bragg.
 

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Contents

Lookout Mountain from Union works
10
War Between the Generals
20
Stunned Like a Duck Hit on the Head
41
Rebels All Around
61
Browns Ferry and Wauhatchie
76
Landing for the Assault at Browns Ferry
84
Bridging the Tennessee
86
Our Position It Strikes Me Is Objectionable
95
U S Troops atop Lookout Mountain
141
Whiskey Was Not Enough
143
General Patrick R Cleburne
147
Colonel Hiram B Granbury
148
All Hell Cant Stop Them
161
Assaulting Missionary Ridge
173
We Will Carry the Line
181
General Phillip Sheridan
190

General P G T Beauregard
99
General James Longstreet 103 14 General James Longstreet 15 General William J Hardee
105
Tell Cleburne We Are To Fight
117
General William T Sherman
121
Moccasin Bend from Lookout Mountain
136
General R W Johnson
192
Missionary Ridge about the turn of the century
203
The Whole Army Is in Retreat
206
General Benjamin Franklin Cheatham
210
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