22669RE: [civilwarwest] Tullahoma, East Tennessee
- Dec 18, 2000Andy,
I totally agree, the maps in the book were not the greatest, I got lost
sometimes, trying to pin point places as I read the book.
From: D. Andrew Burden, Ph.D. [mailto:daburden@...]
Sent: Monday, December 18, 2000 10:37 AM
Subject: Re: [civilwarwest] Tullahoma, East Tennessee
Bradley's book is the only one I know of specifically on Tullahoma.
Funny that that such a masterful campaign has been largely ignored until
his book (which was published this past year). It's a reasonably good
work, though too short for my tastes. My biggest complaint is the lack
of a scale on the maps. Not a big deal for most people, but I pass
through Beech Grove all the time and I still can't get a feel for where
the various units were located. Bradley is on faculty at Motlow State
Community College in Lynchburg, so I've been wanting to intiate a
discussion with him about Hoover's Gap, but I figure he's a busy guy and
I'd just be bugging him. But maybe not. Anybody out there know him?
And does anybody out there know of any other works that are specifically
"Lieberum, Steve" wrote:
> I just finished teaching a course on Chickamauga/Chattanooga at a local
> college, I used several books on the subject, but did find the following
> book, just on Tullahoma:
> "Tullahoma, the 1863 Campaign for the Control of Middle Tennessee"
> Michael R. Bradley.
> Steve Lieberum
> -----Original Message-----
> From: M. E. Heatherington [mailto:meheatherington@...]
> Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2000 1:44 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [civilwarwest] Tullahoma, East Tennessee
> Dear Group:
> I followed your recommendations on readings about Chickamauga and
> Chattanooga with great interest and much pleasure, so now I have another
> biblio. question:
> What should I be reading for background guidance/reference on the
> Tullahoma and East Tennessee campaigns? (Either or both.)
> I am, you may recall, most interested in a Northern perspective,
> especially cavalry, but will accept your recommendations regardless.
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