Table of contents for To battle for God and the right : the Civil War letterbooks of Emerson Opdycke / edited by Glenn V. Longacre and John E. Haas ; foreword by Peter Cozzens.


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   Foreword by Peter Cozzens
   Acknowledgments xiii
   Editorial Method xvii


   Introduction
1. "To Battle for God, and the Right"
   AUGUST 31, 1861-FEBRUARY 13, 1862
2. "I Am Sick of Doing Nothing"
   FEBRUARY 15,1862-MARCH 31, 1862
3. "On Ground Made Red"
   APRIL 12,1862-APRIL 29, 1862
4. "Halleck Out Witted"
   MAY 12,1862-AUGUST 10, 1862
5. "I Am Proud of the Regt."
   DECEMBER 31,1862-FEBRUARY 10, 1863
6. "A Very Pretty, Wealthy, Secesh Place"
   FEBRUARY 14, 1863-JUNE 23, 1863
7. "The Roads Are Awful"
   JUNE 29,1863-SEPTEMBER 21, 1863
8. "They Can Kill Us, but Never Whip Us"
   SEPTEMBER 21,1863-SEPTEMBER 30, 1863



9. "Cruel War"
    OCTOBER 1,1863-OCTOBER 25,1863  105

10. "I Sacrificed My Personal Ambition"
    OCTOBER 28,1863-NOVEMBER 28, 1863  121
11. "I Am Sick of Being under Potomac Generals"
    NOVEMBER 29,1863-JANUARY 25,1864  138
12. "We Are in God's Hands"
    MARCH 31,1864-MAY 3,1864  159
13. "Under Fire"
    MAY 5,1864-JUNE 9,1864  169
14. "How Long Oh Lord How Long"
    JUNE 12, 1864-JULY 1,1864  183
15. "In Sight of Atlanta"
    JULY 4,1864-AUGUST 3,1864  192
16. "Such a Sea of Blood"
    AUGUST 6,1864-SEPTEMBER 7,1864  209
17. "An Important Captured City"
    SEPTEMBER 9,1864-SEPTEMBER 24,1864  222
18. "Hood Is Making Desperate Efforts"
    SEPTEMBER 26,1864-NOVEMBER 1,1864  229
19. "Fight Whenever and Whereever You Think Best"
    NOVEMBER 3,1864-DECEMBER 13, 1864  241
20. "Brilliant Victories"
    DECEMBER 17,1864-JANUARY 6,1865  259
21. "I Cannot Remain Away from You and the Boy Any Longer"
    JANUARY 8,1865-MARCH 28,1865  269
22. "Broken Limbs and Bleeding Hearts"
    MARCH 30, 1865-JUNE 14, 1865  282
23. "Homeward Bound"
    JUNE 17, 1865-AUGUST 29,1865  297


    Appendixes 307
    Bibliography 313
    Index 321


    Illustrations follow page 158