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Army of the Cumberland and George Thomas Source
About Civil War Army of the Cumberland (prototype of the modern army) and its commanders George H. Thomas, William S. Rosecrans, Don Carlos Buell, ...
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Army of the Cumberland and George Thomas Source
About Civil War Army of the Cumberland (prototype of the modern army) and its commanders George H. Thomas, William S. Rosecrans, Don Carlos Buell, ...
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Order of battle
Order of battle terminology from the The 162nd New York Volunteer Infantry home page. First, always remember that most Civil War units in the field were ...
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The Western Theater in the Civil War
About Civil War Army of the Cumberland (prototype of the modern army) and its commanders George H. Thomas, William S. Rosecrans, Don Carlos Buell, ...
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Facts
1. Robert Anderson 2. William T. Sherman 3. Don Carlos Buell 4. William S. Rosecrans 5. George H. Thomas. 1. Robert Anderson (1805-71). ...
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Atlanta battles
Hood's 4 last ditch attempts or sorties to defeat a portion of Sherman's army.
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GHThome
Read the 1882 biography Major General George H. Thomas by Thomas Van Horne ... George Henry Thomas was born on 31 July 1816 in Southampton County, ...
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The Grant and Sherman anti-home page
The Grant gang was a mutual promotion group which gradually formed around Halleck during the Civil War. It is not clear when Halleck began to scale down his ...
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Chattanooga
battle of Chattanooga. ... The battle for Chattanooga was the turning point in the Civil War because it opened the doorway to the Union forces for invasion ...
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Army of the Cumberland and George Thomas Source
About Civil War Army of the Cumberland (prototype of the modern army) and its commanders George H. Thomas, William S. Rosecrans, Don Carlos Buell, ...
 
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