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"A fit representation of pandemonium" : East Tennessee Confederate soldiers in the campaign for Vicksburg / William D. Taylor.

Author/creator Taylor, William D., 1948-2007
Format Book and Print
Edition1st ed.
Publication InfoMacon, Ga. : Mercer University Press, ©2008.
Descriptionxi, 558 pages ; 24 cm
Supplemental Content Table of contents only
Contents Prologue: "Gaunt, sallow-faced East Tennesseans" -- "Till my country is freed from the darkee lords of Lincoln" (November-December 1862) -- "The country is so poor you can hear it groan at night" (January) -- "How ungrateful the citizens of Vicksburg are to the Tennesseans defending their firesides for them" (February) -- "Hard living and sacrifice will not divert us from our duty" (March) -- "Our men don't ask the Yanks any odds" (April) -- "Fixing up our contraptions for a Yankee hunt" (1-15 May) -- "The battle rages with much violence on both sides" (16 May) -- "Who can appreciate a moment of such extreme solitude?" (17 May) -- "The hardships and privations of the men were beyond description (18-31 May) -- "There is no romance to the actors" (1-15 June) -- "The siege drags its weary length along" (16-30 June) -- "We held a terrible foe 48 days on 12-days' rations (July) -- Appendix A: The Vicksburg garrison -- Appendix B: Identified East Tennessee Confederate soldiers who died in the vicinity of Vicksburg during the campaign -- Appendix C: Identified East Tennessee Confederate dead during the Vicksburg Campaign -- Appendix D: 372 identified East Tennessee Confederate dead during the Vicksburg Campaign.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (p. [523]-528) and index.
LCCN 2007022568

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