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Chattanooga: A Death Grip on the Confederacy (original 1984; edition 1984)

by James Lee McDonough (Author)

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The trust of events in McDougall's highly charged narrative brings alive the key figures on this stage. The Unions four most successful generals served together in only this one campaign, which was the last for the controversial Braxton Bragg.
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Title:Chattanooga: A Death Grip on the Confederacy
Authors:James Lee McDonough (Author)
Info:Univ of Tennessee Pr (1984), Edition: 1st, 298 pages
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Chattanooga: A Death Grip on the Confederacy by James L. McDonough (1984)

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If we can hold Chattanooga... I think the rebellion must dwindle and die.
-- Abraham Lincoln to
General William S. Rosecrans
October 4, 1863
 
You... now have (the enemy) by the throat, and he must break your hold or perish.
-- Abraham Lincoln to
General William S. Rosecrans
October 12, 1863
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For Nancy
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The Dead Lie So Thickly
The time neared eleven o'clock in the morning, Sunday, September 20, 1863.
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The trust of events in McDougall's highly charged narrative brings alive the key figures on this stage. The Unions four most successful generals served together in only this one campaign, which was the last for the controversial Braxton Bragg.

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