4 edition of First reunion of the survivors of the Army of the Tennessee and its four corps. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Report of proceedings, rosters, etc. Washington, D.C., September 22, 1892.|
|LC Classifications||E470.5 .A84|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||17013791|
"First and foremost, he always put his family first; no matter what we put in front of him, he would always be there for us." Farmer joined the Corps . The Army of the Tennessee was a Union army group in the Western Theater of the Civil War, it was named for the Tennessee River. When it was first organized in October, , it contained but one corps, the XIII, which held 11 divisions and a cavalry command. It was soon reorganized into four corps, with each having two or three divisions and.
It was therefore divided into four corps—XIII, XV, XVI, and XVII—and designated the Army of the Tennessee on Decem , with Grant commanding both the department and the army. By Ap , the new army was a huge force of about , men—although its constituents were frequently attached to other armies as needed and so it. I beheld for the first and only time a Confederate Army abandon the field in confusion.’ (Hood had missed the similar disaster at Missionary Ridge). This second disaster, coming so soon after the battle of Franklin, marked the end of the Confederate Army of Tennessee. Over the next two weeks the survivors of the battle struggled back south.
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Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Publisher: [Logansport, Ind., Press of Wilson, Humphreys & co., Year: OAI identifier. The First Corps, Army of Tennessee was a military unit that defended the C.S.A.
during the American Civil was an army corps within the Army of Tennessee, officially created in November and continued in existence until its surrender in April in North was also variously known as Polk's Corps, Hardee's Corps, and Cheatham's CorpsBranch: Confederate States Army.
Company H, 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery () was a Confederate Army artillery battery during the American Civil the unit was assigned to a Tennessee Artillery Battalion, it was originally organized as the Magruder Guards volunteer company organized in Pulaski County, Arkansas. Also known as: Company D, 4th Arkansas Infantry Battalion and/or Hoadley's Battery.
The Army of Tennessee, the primary Confederate army of the Western front during the American Civil War, was formed in as the Provisional Army of Tennessee, which was the core of a force known variously as the Army of the West and the Army of the Mississippi before being ultimately renamed in November 7 of 9 This Aug.
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