"Encyclopedia of the Battle of Franklin: A Comprehensive Guide to the Conflict that Changed the Civil War"
By Lochlainn Seabrook - 920 pages - Illustrated
This Civil War Sesquicentennial Edition, the first and only encyclopedia ever written that is devoted solely to a single Civil War battle, also includes official battle reports, command structure charts, genealogical information, an entry index, a 1,000 book bibliography, and 19th-Century tributes to Confederate officers who perished at the Battle of Franklin.
In addition, Colonel Seabrook generously provides material on the battles that immediately preceded it (Columbia and Spring Hill) as well as those that followed it (Nashville and Franklin III), covering nearly every war related historical site on the popular "Antebellum Trail" that today runs through Middle Tennessee.
This handy detailed compendium is destined to become a classic in its field.
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