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Encyclopedia of the Civil War
by Bowman, John S
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link to https://www.jstor.org/stable/4230764 – Hass, Bruce S. “Beauregard and the Image of Nepoleon.” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association, vol. 5, no. 2, Louisiana Historical Association, 1964, pp. 179–86, http://www.jstor.org/stable/4230764.
link to https://www.jstor.org/stable/42627793 – Smith, Timothy B. “Historians and the Battle of Shiloh: One Hundred and Forty Years of Controversy.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, vol. 62, no. 4, Tennessee Historical Society, 2003, pp. 332–53, http://www.jstor.org/stable/42627793.
Wikipedia contributors. (2021, March 11). Joseph H. Outhwaite. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 22:46, October 3, 2021, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Joseph_H._Outhwaite&oldid=1011485660
Shiloh National Park
The events of the Battle of Shiloh are characterized by acts of bravery, sacrifice and uncommon valor. After the Civil War, Northerners and Southerners alike were compelled by another sense of duty at Shiloh—the duty of remembrance. Established just over three decades after the battle ended, Shiloh National Park gave veteran groups from states across the country an opportunity to memorialize their regiments’ specific contributions. Each monument, like the soldiers themselves, has a story to tell.Published on Mar 30, 2012 link to
A History & Guide to the Monuments of Shiloh National Park
HISTORY OF THE BATTLE OF SHILOH AND CORINTH
link to Alcorn County, MS | Oct 3 – 4, 1862 – Corinth: SECOND BATTLE OF CORINTH
Union forces had captured the railroad junction [an] important transportation center at Corinth, Mississippi in the spring of 1862 after their victory at Shiloh. After the Battle of Iuka in September, Maj. Gen. Sterling Price’s Confederate Army of the West marched to Ripley, Mississippi where it joined Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn’s Army of West Tennessee. Van Dorn took command of the combined force numbering about 22,000 men. The Rebels marched southeast toward Corinth, hoping to recapture it and then sweep into Middle Tennessee. NOTE 1
For six months in 1862, Corinth, a critical railroad junction and second only to Richmond in military importance, captured the full attention of a divided nation. NOTE 2– NOTE 1 link to Alcorn County, MS | Oct 3 – 4, 1862 – Corinth: SECOND BATTLE OF CORINTH – https://www.battlefields.org/learn/civil-war/battles/corinth
– NOTE 2 link to http://www.corinthcivilwar.com/placestovisit.htm
The Civil War Trust (a division of the American Battlefield Trust) and its partners have acquired and preserved 791 acres (3.20 km2) of the Corinth battlefield.
Wikipedia contributors. (2021, September 4). Second Battle of Corinth. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 23:25, October 3, 2021, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Second_Battle_of_Corinth&oldid=1042277917
link to Shiloh National Military Park | HISTORY OF THE BATTLE OF SHILOH AND CORINTH
Regarding General Robert E. Lee: “[…] the files of Washington and Lee University, covering the years when he was laboring to save the South from becoming a second Poland, had been in great measure neglected by biographers.” …In general… “[…] much [of] the larger part of the source material had not been consulted.”link to R.E. Lee : a biography – by Freeman, Douglas Southall, 1886-1953 – as the author describes the state of historiography as he went about writing his biography of R.E. Lee
link to R.E. Lee : a biography – by Freeman, Douglas Southall, 1886-1953
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