All for the Regiment: The Army of the Ohio, 1861-1862

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UNC Press Books, 2001 - History - 265 pages
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Despite its important role in the early years of the Civil War, the Army of the Ohio remains one of the least studied of all Union commands. With All for the Regiment, Gerald Prokopowicz deftly fills this surprising gap. He offers an engaging histo
 

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Nothing new in this book that hasn't been covered elsewhere. The author used his sources from regimental histories and letters of the times. The book covers a general overview and doesn't address some ... Read full review

Contents

Genesis of an Army May to November 1861
7
From Civilians into Soldiers November 1861 to January 1862
35
The First Campaign Logans Cross Roads January 1862
62
The Army in Action The Shiloh Campaign January to April 1862
83
Promise Unfulfilled The Corinth and Chattanooga Campaigns May to July 1862
113
The Invasion of Kentucky August to September 1862
136
Crisis of Leadership The Perryville Campaign October 1862
159
Epilogue
185
Notes
191
Bibliography
243
Index
255
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About the author (2001)

Gerald J. Prokopowicz is Lincoln Scholar and Director of Public Programs at the Lincoln Museum in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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