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Grant's River Campaign: Fort Henry to Shiloh

Jack H. Lepa

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ISBN 10: 0786474777 / ISBN 13: 9780786474776
Published by McFarland, 2013
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Title: Grant's River Campaign: Fort Henry to Shiloh

Publisher: McFarland

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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In Tennessee in the early months of 1862, Ulysses S. Grant captured forts Henry and Donelson and opened the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers to military and commercial shipping. In April the first of many terrible battles of the Civil War was fought near Pittsburg Landing on the Tennessee River around a decrepit meeting-house known as Shiloh. This costly victory established Federal control over much of central Tennessee. These early Union victories gave the Federals control of two of the major rivers in the region--the highways of the period--opening large areas of the Confederacy to Federal invasion. Other important results were the end of the Confederate threat to control Kentucky and possibly close off the Ohio River. These victories also were a major factor in forcing the abandonment of a key Confederate fort on the Mississippi River at Columbus, Kentucky. This book describes not only the actual fighting that took place but how important political and economic factors influenced the overall military strategy in the region.

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Jack H. Lepa is the author of several books on Civil War history. His articles have been published in Biblio and Renaissance magazines. He lives in Las Vegas.

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