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“The Disorder on the Border” – Letters Home from Inside the Military Hospital at Jefferson Barrracks, St. Louis, Missouri
John H. Mathews was slow to recover from the grievous wounds he received during the second assault at the Siege of Vicksburg on May 22, 1863. By the middle of November he had finally been transferred from the Jackson Hospital in … Continue reading
“From the Battle of Chickamauga to the Carnage at Kennesaw Mountain” – The Untold Tale of William M. Perry
By the summer of 1863, the South had lost control of Memphis, Nashville, and New Orleans, three of its most strategic cities. On July 4th, General Ulysses S. Grant and the Army of the Tennessee would finally prevail at The … Continue reading
Posted in A Civil War Journey Tagged Battle of Chickamauga, Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, General Braxton Bragg, Lee and Gordon’s Mills, Lookout Mountain, Maj. General William T. Sherman, Major General William S. Rosencrans, Missionary Ridge, Pickett's Mill, The Second Battle of Chattanooga, Tullahoma Campaign 4 Comments