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East Tennessee Unionism

The military significance of east Tennessee Unionism was evident in the way Longstreet’s Confederate forces were treated before the gates of Knoxville. They received little help from the people of the mountain region. In 1864, Lincoln remembered. “The political significance … Continue reading

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