You searched for City|State|Country: , tn us
Page 2 of 56 — Showing results 11 to 20 of 555
Statistics alone do not reveal the magnitude of human suffering and loss at Shiloh. In the battle's aftermath, the piteous cries of the wounded and dying filled these woods. Everywhere the ground was strewn with bodies. The grotesque appearance of…
The Tennesseans had more to fight for.
The Fight was for their homes and firesides.
-Brigadier General Patrick R. Cleburne,
As recounted by a soldier in the 23rd Tennessee Infantry
Erected by the sovereign state of Tenness…
Col. Peter J. Sullivan (Wounded),
Lt. Col. Jos. R. Parker,
Buckland's (4th) Brigade,
Sherman's (5th) Division,
Army of the Tennessee.
This regiment was engaged here from 7 a.m.
to 10 a.m., A…
Center of Union Line.
On the second day of fighting, Confederate forces here under Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard made their last attempt to check the surge of Union forces counterattacking from Pittsburg Landing. Confederate infantry sloshed through the shallow Water Oaks Pon…
In memory of all Mississippians who battled upon this hallowed ground the Sixth and Seventh of April Eighteen Hundred Sixty Two
Erected by the citizens of the great state of Mississippi
Mississippi Units - Army of the Mississippi
Cleburne's (2d) Brigade,
15th Arkansas - Skirmishers,-
Bates's (2d) Tenn., 24th Tenn., Hill's (5th) Tenn., 6th Miss.,23d Tenn.,
Calvert's, Trigg's and Hubbard's Arkansas Batteries,
Army of the Mississippi.
Here was the key to Union strategy — a good troop landing and staging area for an attack on the Southern army at Corinth, a strategic rail center. But the Confederates struck first, driving the surprised Federals from their camps back toward…
The Federal 3rd Div., Army of the Tennessee commanded by Major Gen. Lew Wallace, was positioned by brigades along an east-west line to meet the Confederate attack expected from the north or northwest. The 3rd Brigade under Col. Charles Whittlesey,…
Major Gen. Don Carlos Buell's Federal Army of the Ohio arrived here after marching 135 miles in 22 days from Nashville. Here it turned south, led by Brig. Gen. William Nelson's 4th Div, and marched upriver to a point opposite Pittsburg Landing. Th…