Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States History, Written by Distinguished Men of the South - Volume X, Volume 10

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Clement A. Evans
The Minerva Group, Inc., 2004 - 760 pages
This is one volume in a library of Confederate States history, in twelve volumes, written by distinguished men of the South, and edited by Gen. Clement A. Evans of Georgia. A generation after the Civil War, the Southern protagonists wanted to tell their story, and in 1899 these twelve volumes appeared under the imprint of the Confederate Publishing Company. The first and last volumes comprise such subjects as the justification of the Southern States in seceding from the Union and the honorable conduct of the war by the Confederate States government; the history of the actions and concessions of the South in the formation of the Union and its policy in securing the territorial dominion of the United States; the civil history of the Confederate States; Confederate naval history; the morale of the armies; the South since the war, and a connected outline of events from the beginning of the struggle to its close. The other ten volumes each treat a separate State with details concerning its peculiar story, its own devotion, its heroes, and its battlefields. Volume 10 is Louisiana and Arkansas.

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Contents

The Campaign of 1860The Political Clubs
3
Union of Marching Clubs Governor Moores
10
Stirring Events of the New YearOccupation
20
Louisiana Answers SumterTroops Sent
29
A Bruit of Peril to the CityPreparation
35
The State Flag on City HallFarraguts
49
Vicksburg to Baton Rouge_Raid on Brashear
62
General Butlers Rural EnterprisesRich
74
The Pennsylvania CampaignHays Bril
254
Lee Meets Grant in BattleThe Wilderness
270
AppomattoxLouisiana Infantry
280
ALLEN HENRY W 397
294
GLADDEX AULEY H 397
304
HEBERT Louis
312
The Election of 1860 and its EffectsArsenal
3
The Battle of Wilsons Creek or Oak Hills
25

Banks Relieves ButlerOperates on the Atch
86
Taylors Withdrawal from BislandEngage
96
ploitCapture of the IndianolaPort Hudson Invested
107
A Chapter of SiegesAssault Repelled at Port
117
Taylor Prepares for Defense The
126
The Battle of MansfieldTaylors Forma
135
The Retreat of BanksTaylors Force
151
Louisianians in the Armies of the WestBat
161
Battle of MurfreesboroGallant Record
179
The Georgia CampaignLouisiana
189
The_Tennessee Campaign under Hood
196
Louisianians in the Army of Northern Vir
204
Louisianians with Stonewall JacksonThe
214
The Two Louisiana Brigades Army
225
On to Maryland Hays and Starkes Bri
237
The Battle Panorama at Fredericksburg
244
General Hardee at Pitmans FerryTransfer
55
Capture of LexingtonPrice and McCulloch
64
The Federals Occupy BatesvilleGeneral
92
Operations in Northwest ArkansasBattle
129
Border Forays Skirmishes and Outrages
161
Schofield Returns to Federal Command
194
The Army near Arkadelphia_Shelbys Mis
223
Battle of Poison SpringBattle of Marks Mills
248
Arkansas RegimentsTheir Organization
284
Arkansas Brigades East of the Mississippi
326
APPENDIX
377
BEALL WILLIAM N R
391
CABELL WILLIAM L
397
ROANE John S
409
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