In April 1864, the Union garrison at Fort Pillow, a Confederate-built earthen fortification and a Union-built inner redoubt, overlooking the Mississippi River about forty river
Union forces under Maj. Gen. John G. Parke advanced on Dandridge, Tennessee, near the East Tennessee & Virginia Railroad, on January 14, forcing Lt. Gen.
Cumberland Hospital 1864 Nashville Tenn.. December 25th Dear Father And Mother I thought being as this was cristmas I would write you A fiew lines
Cumberland Hospital Nashville Tenn Dec.21, 1864 Dear Father and Mother I thought I would write a fiew lines to let you know that I am
Richmond Daily Dispatch Wednesday, December 21, 1864 From Hood’s Army We are again, and are likely to be for a week to come, dependent upon
Henry K. Moss was about 19 years old when he enlisted January 7, 1862 at Camp Trousdale, as a private in Company A, 45th Tennessee