By Larry J. Daniel
Winner of the 1984 Mrs. Simon Baruch college Award from the United Daughters of the Confederacy
Winner of the 1984 Fletcher Pratt Award from the Civil warfare Roundtable of latest York
This enlarged version of Cannoneers in Gray presents new element about the actions of artillery devices working in key campaigns of the western theater of the Civil War—at Stones River, Missionary Ridge, Kennesaw Mountain, Shiloh, Peachtree Creek. Larry Daniel strains the four-year historical past of the artillery department of the military of Tennessee from its association via its loss of life on the war's finish. He exhibits that Civil struggle cannons have been of little final result whilst used as offensive guns yet may be powerful in defense. Daniel comprises 5 new maps of campaigns and battles vital to his dialogue of bigger matters, akin to command and process at the western front.