VICKSBURG

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Author House, Feb 6, 2012 - Fiction - 328 pages
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Vicksburg is the exciting sequel to Osceola. It chronicles the daily life of a common soldier in the Army of the Tennesse as they march to Vicksburg and on to Atlanta. The descriptions of the battles, characters and events are based on diaries, journals and official reports and adds a realistic touch that makes the reader feel like they were present.
 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
19
Chapter Three
31
Chapter Four
35
Chapter Five
47
Chapter Six
55
Chapter Seven
65
Chapter Eight
75
Chapter Seventeen
193
Chapter Eighteen
201
Chapter Nineteen
211
Chapter Twenty
221
Chapter Twenty One
231
Chapter Twenty Two
239
Chapter Twenty Three
249
Chapter Twenty Four
259

Chapter Nine
85
Chapter Ten
95
Chapter Eleven
109
Chapter Twelve
119
Chapter Thirteen
131
Chapter Fourteen
141
Chapter Fifteen
159
Chapter Sixteen
183
Chapter Twenty Five
269
Chapter Twenty Six
279
Chapter Twenty Seven
289
Chapter Twenty Eight
295
Chapter Twenty Nine
303
Chapter Thirty
311
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About the author (2012)

Thomas R. Stubbs is a board certified surgeon, avid leader and amateur historian. His unique writing style blends frontier living, herbal medicine, and a depth of knowledge concerning events in the early years of the American Civil War.

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