This Book Is A Thorough Study Of All Known Guerrilla Operations In Civil War Missouri Between January And August It Explores Different Tactics Each Side Attempted During This Time Period To Gain Advantage Over Each Other With Regional Differences As Influenced By The Differing Personalities Of Local Commanders The Author Utilizes Both Well Known And Obscure Sources Including Military And Government Records, Private Accounts, County And Other Local Histories, Period And Later Newspapers, And Secondary Sources Published After The War To Identify Which Southern Partisan Leaders And Groups Operated In Which Areas Of Missouri, And Describe How They Operated And How Their Kinds Of Warfare Evolved This Work Presents The Actions Of Southern Guerrilla Forces And Confederate Behind Union Lines Recruiters Chronologically By Region So That Readers May See The Relationship Of Seemingly Isolated Events To Other Events Over A Period Of Time In A Given Area The Book Also Studies The Counteractions Of An Array Of Different Types Of Union Troops Fighting Guerrillas In Missouri To Show How Differences In Training, Leadership And Experience Affected Behaviors And Actions In The Field
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- Guerrilla Warfare in Civil War Missouri, Volume III, January-August 1864
- Bruce Nichols
- 15 May 2018 Bruce Nichols