Published April 1990
by Kettle Mills Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||82|
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Stones River is not a particularly well-known battle and it's commanders (Bragg & Rosecrans) certainly did not go down in history as other Civil War generals did. However, the battle was certainly significant and bloody for both sides and this book does I ordered this book as part of my prepapration for a road trip to visit the Stones River 4/5. Battle of Stones River Begins. The armies collided along Stones River on New Year’s Eve. Facing a larger Union force (42, Union soldiers . Buy Eyewitnesses at the Battle of Stones River by David R Logsdon (Editor) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Eyewitnesses at the Battle of Shiloh edited by David R. Logsdon This book is pretty much as the title explains. Logsdon has collected eyewitness accounts from a variety sources and compiled them here. He has added some narrative between quotes but not too much, he mainly lets the men speak.
Cozzens' book is a fine, detailed account of the Battle of Stones River. While it didn't gain a decisive victory, at least Rosecrans' Army of the Cumberland didn't lose the battle, and that provided a significant success in the winter of when all other Union armies faced defeat or stalemate/5. Praise for The Battle of Stones River “If you want to read a book that is an illuminating portrait of the fighting at Stones River, this is the book for you. Prolific Civil War military historians, Larry J. Daniel has done it again.”—John F. Marszalek, author of Sherman’s March to the Sea “The Battle of Stones River was considerably more important than generally perceived. Reading 1 was compiled from David L. Logsdon, Eyewitnesses at the Battle of Stones River (Nashville: Kettle Mills Press, ); and E. B. Long with Barbara Long, The Civil War Day by Day--An Almanac (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday and Company, Inc., ). The Battle of Stones River or Second Battle of Murfreesboro, was fought from Decem , to January 2, , in Middle Tennessee, as the culmination of .