“Richmond, KY: A Wasted Victory” – Periodical: Journal of the Council on America’s Military Past – 1990

Posted on Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

During the summer of 1862, Confederate Generals Kirby Smith and Braxton Bragg developed a plan to invade Kentucky. During the first weeks of August, Kirby Smith and his small army crossed the border and moved […]

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“The Tennesseans in Company ‘L’, 35th Tennessee, typified the fortitude of Confederate troops everywhere.” — America’s Civil War : 1990

Posted on Thursday, October 7th, 2010

During the Civil War there were many units, Northern and Southern, that achieved fame. Some units gained distinction through outstanding valor by participating in some dramatic situation, or simply by being unlucky. But there were […]

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