Confederate generals no. 20—Tennessee
William H. Carroll led a brigade in East Tennessee.
John C. Carter, originally Colonel of the 38th regiment.
John C. Vaughen, commander of a Cavairy brigade.
Gideon J. Pillow, opponent of Grant in Grant's First Battle—Belmont.
George W. Gordon, led a brigade in Army of Tennessee.
Alfred J. Vaughn led a brigade in General Polk's Corps.
Henry B. Davidson, led a brigade of Wheeler's Cavalry.
Tyree H. Bell led a Cavalry command under Forrest.
William McComb led a brigade in R. E. Lee's Army.
Joseph B. Palmer led a brigade in General Polk's Corps.
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Table of Contents:
Introduction: soldiers and citizens
Chapter 1 : Ulysses Simpson Grant
Chapter 2 : Robert E. Lee
Chapter 3 : William Tecumseh Sherman
Chapter 4 : Stonewall Jackson —a memory
Chapter 5 : losses in the battles of the Civil War , and what they mean
Chapter 6 : Federal armies, Corps and leaders
Chapter 7 : Confederate armies and generals
Chapter 8 : the organizations of the veterans
Chapter 9 : roster of general officers both Union and Confederate
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