The Tennessee Campaign of 1864 / edited by Steven E. Woodworth and Charles D. Grear.
Southern Illinois University Press,
|Series:||Civil War campaigns in the heartland.
Table of Contents:
- The long lost diary of Major General Patrick R. Cleburne / Patrick Cleburne, edited by William Lee White
- "The storm broke in all its fury": the struggle for Allatoona Pass / Stewart Bennett
- Errant moves on the chessboard of war: the Battle of Spring Hill, November 29, 1864 / John R. Lundberg
- The destruction of the Army of Tennessee's officer corps at the Battle of Franklin / Andrew S. Bledsoe
- Killing at Franklin: anatomy of slaughter / Jonathan M. Steplyk
- A failure to communicate: Grant, Thomas, and the Nashville Campaign / Brooks D. Simpson
- Where genius cannot exist: the generalship of George H. Thomas / Paul L. Schmelzer
- "No more auction block for me": the fight for freedom by the United States Colored Troops at the Battle of Nashville / D.L. Turner and Scott L. Stabler
- A.J. Smith's detachment in the Battle of Nashville / Steven E. Woodworth
- Civilian participants and observers during the Franklin-Nashville Campaign / John J. Gaines
- "Our peoples are depressed in spirit": Texans' reactions to Hood's Tennessee Campaign / Charles D. Grear
- What could have been: Civil War battlefield preservation at Franklin / Timothy B. Smith
- Preserving the Nashville Battlefield: the South's true lost cause / Jennifer M. Murray.