Category Archives: Campaign Studies

Battle of Franklin – 146th Anniversary

Today is the 146th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin. After the fall of Atlanta, on September 2, 1864, CSA Lieutenant General John Bell Hood pushed his Army of Tennessee northwest into Alabama. His plans were to push into southern … Continue reading

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The Maryland Campaign – Edited by Thomas G. Clemens

After 100 plus years, the first full length analysis of Ezra Carman’s 1,800 page history of the Maryland Campaign will be released. Published by my friends at Savas Beatie, LLC, it will inevitably become the most authoritative work on the … Continue reading

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The Battle of Franklin – John Bell Hood’s 1864 Franklin-Nashville Campaign

This is part two of a three part series on John Bell Hood’s Franklin-Nashville Campaign.  Part one can be accessed by clicking HERE. Click HERE for animated maps of the Affair at Spring Hill and the Battle of Franklin – … Continue reading

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From Atlanta to Spring Hill – John Bell Hood’s 1864 Franklin-Nashville Campaign

This is part one of a three part series on John Bell Hood’s Franklin-Nashville Campaign.  Part one can be accessed by clicking HERE. Click HERE for animated maps of the affair at Spring Hill and the Battle of Franklin – … Continue reading

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