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Chickamauga Dreaming: A Novel on the Civil War's Enduring Impact By William Mathis
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The crucial battles at Chickamauga and Chattanooga in 1863 foreshadowed the Confederacy's surrender, and they left the Weston family divided, diminished, scattered, and emotionally scarred for more... More > than a century. Well-hidden secrets and stunning misperceptions play major roles as the Civil War’s aftershocks rumble through five generations, finally reaching Ronayne and his son, Rob. When Rob refuses to emulate his father's fanatical and theatrical devotion to the family's wartime heritage, decades of conflict follow. The Civil Rights Movement’s sweep through the South complicates the relationship. Rob's sympathy for black aspirations jolts his father and fractures the family just as secession had 100 years earlier. Rob runs far away from his father and the South, but after a long and harrowing personal odyssey he is drawn back to his Chickamauga Battlefield roots. There he confronts his demons, counts his gains and losses, and contends with the Civil War's inextricable hold on his life.< Less
Chickamauga Dreaming: A Novel on the Civil War's Enduring Impact By William Mathis
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The crucial battles at Chickamauga and Chattanooga in 1863 foreshadowed the Confederacy's surrender, and they left the Weston family divided, diminished, scattered, and emotionally scarred for more... More > than a century. Well-hidden secrets and stunning misperceptions play major roles as the Civil War’s aftershocks rumble through five generations, finally reaching Ronayne and his son, Rob. When Rob refuses to emulate his father's fanatical and theatrical devotion to the family's wartime heritage, decades of conflict follow. The Civil Rights Movement’s sweep through the South complicates the relationship. Rob's sympathy for black aspirations jolts his father and fractures the family just as secession had 100 years earlier. Rob runs far away from his father and the South, but after a long and harrowing personal odyssey he is drawn back to his Chickamauga Battlefield roots. There he confronts his demons, counts his gains and losses, and contends with the Civil War's inextricable hold on his life.< Less
Chickamauga Dreaming: A Novel on the Civil War's Enduring Impact (Illustrated Version) By William Mathis
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With 122 images, 12 video links and 200 hyperlinks, the illustrated version of Chickamauga Dreaming expands the experience of a story that connects the Civil War with the modern day. The crucial... More > battles at Chickamauga and Chattanooga in 1863 foreshadowed the Confederacy's surrender, and they left the Weston family divided, diminished, scattered, and emotionally scarred for more than a century. Well-hidden secrets and stunning misperceptions play major roles as the Civil War’s aftershocks rumble through five generations, finally reaching Ronayne and his son, Rob. When Rob refuses to emulate his father's fanatical and theatrical devotion to the family's wartime heritage, decades of conflict follow. Rob runs far away from his father and the South, but after a long and harrowing personal odyssey he is drawn back to his Chickamauga Battlefield roots. There he confronts his demons, counts his gains and losses, and contends with the Civil War's inextricable hold on his life.< Less
Five Points in the Record of North Carolina in The Great War of 1861-5 By Walter Clark, editor
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Collection of eight articles about North Carolina in the Civil War, which purport to support the North Carolina Boast, "First at Bethel, Fartherest at Gettysburg and Chickamauga, and Last at... More > Appomattox." A good deal of this book is a diatribe against Virginia. Some of it holds up under scrutiny, some will not.< Less
The Mistakes of Grant By William S. Rosecrans
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William Starke Rosecrans answers criticism of his action in the Chickamauga/Chattanooga campaign in the fall of 1863 in this tract, placing blame on others and defending his own record. This... More > booklet, despite the title, never mentions Grant. American Civil War. Fully index and illustrations added to the original text.< Less
History of Alabama, First Edition By Rory McCann
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Complete history of Alabama, including: Alabama Cooperative Extension System Cherokee trail of tears Chickamauga Wars History of Alabama History of Mobile, Alabama History of the Alabama Cooperative... More > Extension System Old Mobile Site Rosa Parks Trail of Tears Tuskegee Airmen< Less
A Man Named Revenge By Lyle Closs
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After the Civil War Battle of Chickamauga Creek, Harold Cleaver has no choice but to run west across the Great Plains. He comes across a slaughtered wagon train, and is drawn into an ongoing fight... More > between dispossessed Arapaho indians, scared settlers and gun-happy outlaws. Only his new-found skills with a handgun stand between him and death.< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the Georgia 2nd Infantry Regiment By John Rigdon
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The GA Second Infantry Regiment was organized at Brunswick, GA in June, 1861. Its companies were raised in Banks, Jackson, Muscogee, Burke, Bibb, Marion and Stewart counties and placed under the... More > command of Col. Paul Jones Semmes. In April, 1862, the regiment had a force of 607 men. It fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from the Seven Days battles to Cold Harbor, except when it was detached with Longsrteet at Suffolk, Chickamauga, and Knoxville. It was later engaged in the Petersburg Siege south of the James River and various engagements around Appomattox. < Less
The Memoirs of Captain Phares Waldo Shearer By Laura Wayland-Smith Hatch
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The Civil War Memoirs of Confederate Army Captain Phares Waldo Shearer, written in September 1906. Also includes a letter written to his wife and daughter during the war and letters written to his... More > nephew in the early 1900s. Describes his service with the 45th Mississippi Regiment and battles at Mumfordsville, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, and Atlanta< Less
The Memoirs of Captain Phares Waldo Shearer By Laura Wayland-Smith Hatch
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The Civil War Memoirs of Confederate Army Captain Phares Waldo Shearer, written in September 1906. Also includes a letter written to his wife and daughter during the war and letters written to his... More > nephew in the early 1900s. Describes his service with the 45th Mississippi Regiment and battles at Mumfordsville, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, and Atlanta< Less

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