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The Confederacy's last hurrah : Spring Hill, Franklin, and Nashville / Wiley Sword.

Sword, Wiley. (Author).
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Waterloo-Grant Twp PL - Waterloo 973.7 SWO (Text) 30090000739982 Non-Fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 0700606505
  • ISBN: 9780700606504
  • Physical Description: xii, 499 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Lawrence, KS : University Press of Kansas, ©1992.

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General Note:
Originally published: Embrace an angry wind. 1st ed. New York : HarperCollins Publishers, ©1992.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 485-492) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
A sharp wind is blowing -- A cupid on crutches -- Dark moon rising -- The president's watchdog -- Too much lion, not enough fox -- Affairs of the heart -- Courage versus common sense -- Words of wisdom -- Who will dance to Hood's music? -- Old slow trot -- In the best of spirits and full of hope -- Playing both ends against the middle -- The Spring Hill races -- Listening for the sound of guns -- A hand stronger than armies -- Do you think the Lord will be with us today? One whose temper is less fortunately governed -- Tell them to fight -- fight like hell! -- The pandemonium of hell turned loose -- Glorified suicide at the cotton gin -- Where is the glory? -- There is no hell left in them -- don't you hear them praying -- The thunder drum of war -- Forcing the enemy to take the initiative -- Gabriel will be blowing his last horn -- The sunny South has caught a terrible cold -- Let there be no further delay -- Matters of some embarrassment -- Now, boys, is our time! -- I shall go no farther -- Mine eyes have seen the glory -- Where the grapes of wrath are stored -- Crying like his heart would break -- A retreat from the lion's mouth -- The cards were damn badly shuffled -- The darkest of all Decembers -- Epilogue: the twilight's last gleaming.
Subject: Confederate States of America.
Spring Hill, Battle of, Spring Hill, Maury County, Tenn., 1864.
Franklin, Battle of, Franklin, Tenn., 1864.

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