Table of contents for A victor, not a butcher : Ulysses S. Grant's overlooked military genius / Edward H. Bonekemper, III.


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Introduction
Preface: THE GREATEST CIVIL WAR GENERAL
Chapter One: LIVING A TROUBLED LIFE
Chapter Two: 1861: SEEKING A CHANCE TO FIGHT
Chapter Three: WINTER 1862: CAPTURING FORTS HENRY AND DONELSON
Chapter Four: SPRING 1862: SALVAGING A VICTORY AT SHILOH
Chapter Five: 1862-3: SURVIVING FRUSTRATION UPON FRUSTRATION
Chapter Six: MAY-JULY 1863: VANQUISHING VICKSBURG
Chapter Seven: AUTUMN 1863: SAVING CHATTANOOGA
Chapter Eight: EARLY 1864: PLANNING A NATIONAL CAMPAIGN
Chapter Nine: SUMMER 1864: ATTACKING LEE'S ARMY
Chapter Ten: LATE 1864: TIGHTENING THE NOOSE
Chapter Eleven: EARLY 1865: WINNING THE WAR
Chapter Twelve: OVERVIEW
Appendix I: HISTORIANS' TREATMENT OF ULYSSES S. GRANT
Appendix II: CASUALTIES IN GRANT'S BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS
Appendix III: The Critical Election of 1864: How Close Was It?
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Notes
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Grant, Ulysses S, (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885 Military leadership, United States History Civil War, 1861-1865 Campaigns, Generals United States Biography, United States, Army Biography