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|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Timothy B Smith
|Description:||xv, 197 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||"Difficult and broken ground" : the terrain factor at Shiloh --
To conquer or perish : the last hours of Albert Sidney Johnston --
Anatomy of an icon : Shiloh's Hornet's Nest in Civil War memory --
A case study in Civil War memory : Benjamin M. Prentiss as the hero of Shiloh --
Rewriting history : locating Lew Wallace's route of march to Shiloh --
Secession at Shiloh : Mississippi's convention delegates and their state's defense --
The forgotten inhabitants of Shiloh : a case study in a civilian-government relationship --
A case study in change : the New Deal's effect on Shiloh National Military Park --
History in the making : Shiloh : portrait of a battle fifty years later.
|Responsibility:||Timothy B. Smith.|
"This book contributes to a more complete and 'total' appreciation of the Shiloh campaign in all of its many ramifications."-James Lee McDonough, author of "Shiloh- In Hell Before Night""