May 2011
North & South: The Official Magazine of the Civil War Society;May2011, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p46
The article explores defensive measures and the fortifications of Union forces at Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee during the U.S. Civil War. Topics discussed include the leadership of commander Ulysses S. Grant, the orders of departmental commander Henry W. Halleck, and telegram communications leading up to the Battle of Shiloh.


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