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Battle of Nashville.

Leverett M. Kelley

Battle of Nashville.

by Leverett M. Kelley

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nashville, Battle of, Nashville, Tenn., 1864

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPrepared by Companion Captain Leverett M. Kelley and read at the stated meeting of January 1, 1908.
    SeriesMilitary order of the loyal legion of the United States. Commandery of the District of Columbia. War papers. 72
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE464 .M54 no. 72
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p.
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6605513M
    LC Control Number18003414
    OCLC/WorldCa5814467

    The result of this battle was a foregone conclusion: the end of the Army of Tennessee. This book is part of Col. Seabrook’s “Hood’s Tennessee Campaign” trilogy series, which includes his classic books The Battle of Spring Hill and The Battle of Nashville (this three-book series can be purchased at a discount price here on our Webstore). The Battle of .

    Book TV Weekends on C-SPAN2; The Battle of Nashville was one of the largest Union victories during the U.S. Civil War and signaled the end of major conflict in the Western Theater of the the war.   James Lee McDonough at Sewanee: “In the Service of My Country: A Life” This might be the last book of his long literary career. James Lee McDonough will be at the Antiquarian Book Fair: at Craven’s Hall, University of the South Sewanee, Tennessee this weekend. Address: Kentucky Ave, Sewanee, TN $ at Landmark Booksellers in Franklin. [ ].

    The final battle of the Western Theater of the Civil War, CSA Lt. General John Bell Hood will have a final stand with the CSA Army of Tennessee at the Battle of Nashville. A skilled and devoted CSA General (he lost an arm at Gettysburg) who believed in attacking, he will suffer a beating at Franklin after his assaults, and choose to take up defensive positions readying his troops for the last. USCT troops struck a blow for the Union and their race at the Battle of Nashville. The United States Colored Troops of Major General William T. Sherman’s army wanted to fight during the Atlanta Campaign, but “Cump” had a dim view of black troops and did all he could to keep them in the rear.


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Battle of Nashville by Leverett M. Kelley Download PDF EPUB FB2

It's not an in depth study of the Battle of Nashville, but rather 3/4 of the book is a basic history of the Civil War and 1/4 devoted to Gen. Thomas and a high level overview of the Battle of Nashville.

This is a great book for a young reader, or someone interested in a general overview of the Civil War and Gen. Thomas' role in the war and the /5(9). Stanley Horn wrote a very interesting account of the decisive defeat of John Bell Hood's army at Nashville,on December 15th and 16th, This was one of the last major battles before General Robert E.

Lee surrendered on April 9, His book has a very detailed account of the progress of the battle and of the people who fought by: 1.

THE BATTLE OF NASHVILLE: General George H. Thomas & the Most Decisive Battle of the Civil War User Review - Kirkus. On the eve of the Civil War, two Virginians pledged their allegiances—Robert E.

Lee to his state, George H. Thomas to his national government. By the end of the war, it was Thomas who won the battle Read full review4/5(1). Brief but powerful, this important work also includes maps, battle stats, appendices, and an illuminating introduction by Col.

Seabrook. “The Battle of Nashville” is part of Col. Seabrook’s “Hood’s Tennessee Campaign” trilogy series. Available in paperback and hardcover on our Webstore. SEA RAVEN PRESS: Conservative Books, Real History!Followers: Our Battle of Nashville page includes history articles, battle maps, photos of the battlefield and the latest preservation news for this important Civil War battle in Tennessee.

Despite a series of defeats Battle of Nashville. book the closing days of November,Confederate Lieut. Gen. John Bell Hood continued to drag his bloodied Army of Tennessee.

I would just like to get your opinions on what is the best book on the Battle of Nashville. There are quit a Battle of Nashville.

book books on the Battle of Franklin and even books on the campaign as a while. I am looking for a book that provides the most to the regimental level if possible. I would. “Guide to Civil War Nashville” is a page softbound book that takes you, armchair-bound or in your vehicle, on a mile-long tour of 25 historic sites in Tennessee’s capital city associated with the Union occupation and the Battle of Nashville, regarded by some as the decisive battle.

In the early 90’s, he became one of the founders of The Battle of Nashville Preservation Society. He has published a book entitled Nashville Battlefield Guide, containing detailed explanations of the battle and its battlefield. He has made appearances as part of the Civil War Journal on the History Channel.

The battle of Nashville, fought December, continued the destruction of the Confederate Army of Tennessee. Learn more about the Battle of Nashville. Welcome to America's Battle of the Books. America's Battle of the Books is a reading incentive program for students in 3rd thru 12th ts read books and come together, usually in groups, to demonstrate their abilities and to test their knowledge of the books they have read.

Not just the Battle of Nashville, but a summary of most of the Civil War with a strong bias toward Gen. George H. Thomas, apparently best general ever. The book was not a difficult read and does make the war quite accessible if you allow for some obvious bias/5. On Februfollowing the Battle of Fort Henry and the Battle of Fort Donelson, Nashville became the first Confederate state capital captured by Northern forces.

For the rest of the war it was a major Union supply depot. Writing inlocal Nashville historian and student of the western theater, Stanley F. Horn, certainly thought so. He advanced the thesis in a book titled The Decisive Battle of Nashville, keying upon Sir Edward Creasy’s famous Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World.

Arguing contra-factually about what could have happened had the. This book signing event at Landmark Booksellers, was author Jack Hurst’s commentary of what may have molded these two opposing American Civil War generals.

Grant and Forrest had much in common: humble beginnings and many early challenges in life. Nashville Naval Battle. This book was originally published in and is a bit dated. It lacks the flowing style of a modern work by Gordon Rhea or Stephen Sears. Still, it is a short and to the point, blow-by-blow account of the Battle of Nashville and made for an enjoyable read/5.

DESCRIPTION. In this absorbing account of the battle, first published inHorn devotes much attention to a detailed summary of the two-day struggle, employing the points of view of both Union and Confederate commanders as well as of the soldiers who took part in theStanley F.

is the author of 'Decisive Battle of Nashville' with ISBN and ISBN Get this from a library. The Battle of Nashville. [John Rutter Brooke; Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.

Commandery of the State of Nebraska.]. With Brian Scott Carleton, Garry E. Adelman, Drew Moss, Simon Pellegrino. Examining various battles during America's Civil War, Civil War Chronicles exposes America's unsung heroes. Hotels near Battle of Nashville Monument Park: ( mi) Belmont Blvd Bed and Breakfast ( mi) Caroline House Nashville Historic Inn ( mi) Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville - Green Hills ( mi) The Timothy Demonbreun House ( mi) Linden Manor Bed and Breakfast; View all hotels near Battle of Nashville Monument Park on Tripadvisor3/55 TripAdvisor reviews.

The Battle of Franklin was fought on Novemin Franklin, Tennessee, as part of the Franklin–Nashville Campaign of the American Civil was one of the worst disasters of the war for the Confederate States erate Lt.

Gen. John Bell Hood's Army of Tennessee conducted numerous frontal assaults against fortified positions occupied by the Union forces under Maj. Gen. The Battle of Nashville On the afternoon of DecemUnion troops led by General George H. Thomas devastated Confederate forces at Nashville, Tennessee.

The battle had begun the day before when Thomas initiated an attack after waiting some two weeks for troop reinforcements and favorable weather.Visit LitPick Book Reviews to read about The Battle of Nashville.

Genre: Educational, Historical Nonfiction Age level: 8 - Kay, a longtime student of the Dec., battle, talks about the role of the U.S, Colored Troops, the fight at Peach Orchard Hill, key remaining battlefield sites and more (38 minutes).