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"First with the most" Forrest

Author: Robert Selph Henry
Publisher: Wilmington, N.C. : Broadfoot Pub. Co., 1987.
Series: Monographs, sources, and reprints in Southern history.
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Named Person: Nathan Bedford Forrest; Nathan Bedford Forrest
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Selph Henry
OCLC Number: 16620013
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: [Jackson, Tenn. : McCowat Mercer Press, ©1969].
Description: 580 pages, [12] leaves of plates : illustrations, facsimiles, maps, portraits ; 22 cm.
Contents: A measure of the man --
The first forty years: 1821-1861 --
The first command and the first fight: July10, 1866-December 28 1861 --
Out of the fall of Fort Donelson: December 28, 1861-February 16, 1862 --
Purpose in the midst of panic: February 17, 1862-March 16, 1862 --
Battle at the place of peace: March 16, 1862-May30, 1852 --
From Mississippi to Kentucky: June 1, 1862-September 25, 1862 --
The first West Tennessee Campaign: September 25, 1862-April 10, 1863 --
Middle Tennessee: thrust and parry: January 3, 1863-April 10, 1863 --
The pursuit and capture of Streight: April 10, 1863-May 5, 1863 --
Retreat with the Army of Tennessee: May 5, 1863-July 6, 1863 --
Victory without fruits: July 6, 1863-September 20, 1863 --
To new fields: September 21, 1863-November 14, 1863 --
A general finds, and makes, his army: November 15, 1863-February 12, 1864 --
Okolona's debut in victory: January 8, 1864-February 26, 1864 --
The "occupation" of West Tennessee and Kentucky: February 26, 1864-April 10, 1864 --
"Forrest of Fort Pillow": April 10, 1864-April 13, 1864 --
A sword against Sherman's life line: April 14, 1864-June 9, 1864 --
Brice's cross roads: high-water mark of victory: June 10, 1864-June 13, 1864 --
Harrisburg: an invasion repelled by victory: June 14, 1864-July 23, 1864 --
Memphis: The raid that recalled an invading army: July 24, 1864-Aug.25, 1864 --
To Tennessee, too late: Aug. 25, 1864-October 10, 1864 --
Amphibious operations, 1866 style: October 10, 1864-November 13, 1864 --
Advance: Spring Hill and Franklin: November 14, 1864-November 30, 1864 --
The rear guard of retreat from Tennessee: December 1, 1864-December 28, 1864 --
The last campaign and surrender: December 29, 1864-May 0, 1865 --
The grand wizard of the invisible empire: 1865-1869 --
The harder war: 1865-1877.
Series Title: Monographs, sources, and reprints in Southern history.
Responsibility: by Robert Selph Henry.

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