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The Army of Tennessee in retreat : from defeat at Nashville through "the sternest trials of the war"

Author: O C Hood
Publisher: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2018]
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"Following the Battle of Nashville, Confederate General John Bell Hood's Army of Tennessee was in full retreat. Ferocious engagements broke out along the way as Hood's small rearguard, harried by Federal Cavalry brigades, fought a 10-day running battle over 100 miles of impoverished countryside during one of the worst winters on record"--
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Hood, O. C., 1949-
Army of Tennessee in retreat.
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2018]
(DLC) 2018048627
(OCoLC)1009185237
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: O C Hood
ISBN: 9781476631905 1476631905
OCLC Number: 1078688382
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Friday, December 16, 1864: the Confederate Army in full retreat --
Saturday, December 17, 1864: battles and skirmishes in Williamson County, Tennessee, including confrontations along the Franklin/Columbia pike and four battles in one day --
Sunday, December 18, 1864: the arrival of Nathan Bedford Forrest --
Monday, December 19, 1964: Columbia, Tennessee --
Tuesday, December 20, 1864: Hood quits Tennessee, heading south --
Wednesday, December 21, 1864: alignment of three federal infantry corps attempted, Washington vs. Thomas --
Thursday, December 22, 1864: racing through Columbia --
Friday, December 23, 1864: Alabama within sight --
Saturday, December 24, 1864: Richland Creek --
Sunday, December 25, 1864: Anthony's Hill (King's Hill, or Devil's Gap, Tennessee) --
Monday, December 26, 1864: Sugar Creek --
Tuesday, December 27, 1864: Tuscumbia --
Wednesday, December 28, 1864: the final chapter; Hood crosses the Deep River --
Appendix I. Casualties from the 1864 Tennessee campaign retreat, December 17/26, 1864 --
Appendix II. Confederate rear guard ; Federal advance order of battle --
Appendix III. Battle flags captured on the retreat --
Appendix IV. Biographical sketches --
Appendix V. Medal of honor recipients --
Appendix VI. Voices from the past.
Responsibility: O.C. Hood.

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