Disaster in Damp Sand: The Red River Expedition

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Emmis Books, 1997 - History - 189 pages
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Union General Nathaniel Banks' Red River Campaign of 1864, the Disaster in Damp Sand, was the Confederacy's last decisive victory in the Civil War.
 

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Contents

IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE To DESCRIBE WITH TRUTH
25
THE DREADFUL DIFFERENCE A ROAD MADE
44
SELFINFLICTED WOUNDS
65
THEY ALL SKEDADDLED TO GRAND ECORE
86
THE PERNICIOUS INFLUENCE OF HUNGER
108
REGATTA AT ALEXANDRIA
125
AFTERWORDS
143
NOTES
167
BIBLIOGRAPHY
182
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