Scott, Samuel W.; Angel, Samuel P., b. 1840.
Collection: Regimental histories
Publisher: Philadelphia : P.W. Ziegler & Co
- The purpose of this history -- East Tennessee -- The Civil War, its causes, briefly told -- Excitement over fall of Fort Sumter -- Reasons for loyalty of East Tennessee -- Bitter feelings aroused between Unionists and secessionists -- Bridge burning -- Carter County rebellion -- Situation after the bridge-burning and rebellion -- Sentiments of affection and brotherhood among loyal people -- Carter's raid into East Tennessee -- General Burnside in East Tennessee -- March to Camp Nelson -- At Camp Nelson -- At Camp Gillem -- At Gallatin -- March across the mountains.
- Fight at Greeneville, Tennessee -- Further comments on the death of General Morgan -- Fight at Lick Creek -- Bull's Gap stampede -- After the stampede -- First Stoneman raid into Southwest Virginia -- Stoneman's second raid into Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia -- At Lenoirs and Sweetwater -- Personal sketch of each officer of the Regiment -- A brief outline of the numerous tragedies that occurred in Carter and Johnson counties during the Civil War -- The heroes and heroines of Carter and Johnson counties in the Civil War -- A sketch of Daniel Ellis' adventures as Union pilot.
- Electronic reproduction.
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