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. . . There were about five hundred “union men” collected together five miles from here to attack some troops they heard were going to Jimtown, or Cumber- land Gap. . .

Diary of Myra Adelaide Inman.

1863

Tullahoma Campaign ends

Tullahoma Campaign (also Middle Tennessee Campaign): the Union’s Army of the Cumberland, based in the area of Murfreesboro, Tennessee maneuvers the Confederate Army of Tennessee out of its positions just to the south, near Shelbyville and Wartrace, driving the Southern troops out of middle Tennessee completely and into a fortified garrison in Chattanooga. [http://mtsu32.mtsu.edu:11758/intro_main.html]

Use the TN Civil War GIS Map with this site.


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