Soldiering in the Army of Tennessee: A Portrait of Life in a Confederate Army

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UNC Press Books, 2003 - History - 252 pages
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In Soldiering in the Army of Tennessee Larry Daniel has given us a fascinating and important book on the rank and file Confederates who fought those battles.
  

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My interest in the Civil War is the soldiers that fought it, specificly the Army of Tennessee. This is one of my favorite books on the subject. Read full review

Contents

The Army of Tennessee Will Decide the Fate of the Confederacy
1
Certainly a Rough Looking Set
11
We Drill Seven Hours a Day
23
We Have Drew the Finest Arms
39
I Am Hearty as a Pig on Half Rations
51
The Aire Is a Right Smart of Sickness
64
I Will Have My Fun
83
I Saw 14 Men Tied to Postes and Shot
101
The Army of Tennessee Is the Army of the Lord
115
We Are Dissatisfied and We Dont Care Who Knows It
126
I Never Saw Braver Men
148
Notes
169
Bibliography
199
Index
223
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About the author (2003)

Larry J. Daniel is author of Cannoneers in Gray: The Field Artillery of the Army of Tennessee, 1861-1865.

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