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  • ...Author), Larry M. Strayer (Author) > > It is full of info from letters and diaries. > Joe -------------- Original message from "mgrad29" : - ------------- > > > > > It appears to me the most detailed accounts of the battle of Kennesaw > Mountain are either Castel...
    Marc Grad Mar 22, 2008
  • It appears to me the most detailed accounts of the battle of Kennesaw Mountain are either Castel's Decision in the West or the OR. Does anyone have another source they can recommend? Thanks
    mgrad29 Mar 22, 2008
  • > Marc, > > Lee already commented on Cleburne likely not really being sick. No other > source reports that. > > Personally, I think Hill was panicked. His comment the day before, riding out > to Dug Gap, was that it was "South Mountain all over again." In other words, > he was thinking he was facing overwhelming numbers with just a handful of > troops. In reality, the opposite was...
    mgrad29 Mar 11, 2008
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  • --- In civilwarwest@^$1, LWhite64@^$2.. wrote: > > Hill was being difficult. Cleburne was not sick, but the gap was obstructed. > > Lee > > > > **************It's Tax Time! Get tips, forms, and advice on AOL Money & > Finance. (http://money.aol.com/tax?NCID=aolprf00030000000001) > So what is it then, Hill just being Hill, or did he have some agenda? Thanks Marc
    mgrad29 Mar 11, 2008
  • So what's the general feeling on DH Hill's performance at Dug Gap during the Chickamauga campaign? From some limited reading it appears to me that if Hill would have shown a bit more fire in getting his Corps through the Pigeon Mt. gaps that Hindman might in turn have kept his nerve and followed through on initiating the attack on Negley in McLemore's Cove. Hill gave a series of...
    mgrad29 Mar 10, 2008
  • Saw this at the local Borders today. Was wondering if anyone had an opinion on this title? Thanks
    mgrad29 Oct 10, 2006
  • At the opening of the 1864 campaign season I'm aware that their was a large number of 'Green' troops in the Eastern Federal Armies. Can someone please comment to what extent did the Western armies suffer from this same problem, namely a shortage of veteran manpower. thanks Marc Grad
    mgrad29 Apr 17, 2006
  • Bill, Great site, Thanks!!! --- In civilwarwest@^$1, "Bill Brown" wrote: > > I'm trying to expand my understanding of the actions around Cassville > > during the Atlanta Campaign. Can someone suggest a book or magazine > > article? > > > > Would be interested also in anything that discusses the possibility > > that Hood intentionally botched the attack to make Johnston look bad...
    mgrad29 Jul 1, 2004
  • ...thrust towards Dallas. --- In civilwarwest@^$1, SDE80@^$2.. wrote: > In a message dated 7/1/2004 9:25:13 AM Eastern Daylight Time, > mgrad29@^$3.. writes: > > > I'm trying to expand my understanding of the actions around Cassville > > during the Atlanta Campaign. Can...
    mgrad29 Jul 1, 2004
  • I'm trying to expand my understanding of the actions around Cassville during the Atlanta Campaign. Can someone suggest a book or magazine article? Would be interested also in anything that discusses the possibility that Hood intentionally botched the attack to make Johnston look bad. Thanks Marc
    mgrad29 Jul 1, 2004