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Onward Southern Soldiers : Religion and the Army of Tennessee in the Civil War,9781609493745

Onward Southern Soldiers : Religion and the Army of Tennessee in the Civil War

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9781609493745

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1609493745
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/18/2011
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History Pr
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The Civil War was trying, bloody, and hard-fought combat for both sides. What was it, then, that sustained soldiers low on supplies and morale? For the Army of Tennessee, it was religion. Onward Southern Soldiers: Religion and the Army of Tennessee in the Civil War explores the significant impact of religion on every rank, from generals to chaplains to common soldiers. It took faith to endure overwhelming hardship. Religion unified troops, informing both why and how they fought, and providing the rationale for enduring great hardship for the Confederate cause. Using primary source material such as diaries, letters, journals and sermons of the Army of Tennessee, Traci Nichols-Belt, along with Gordon T. Belt, present the first-ever history of the vital role of the Army's religious practices.


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