Named a Top Ten Civil War Book of 2022. How Fort Negley, Nashville, and Middle Tennessee became a massive, fortified logistics hub for the conquest of the Confederacy. “Nothing like the magnitude of this astounding collection … has ever been published before in a single volume.”
Details the harrowing ten-day, 100-mile retreat following the Battle of Nashville in mid-December 1864—continuous combat over rugged terrain in horrendous winter weather. Lots of maps. Also available as an e-book.
Federal gunboats, including ironclads, clashing with the fixed fortifications and the field artillery of the Confederate cavalry on the two main waterways into the Western Theater of the Civil War.
A history of Nashville during the Civil War culminating in the gigantic 1864 battle, along with an illustrated guide to the two dozen existing sites and attractions.
From pioneers to Civil War generals to stars of country music, an illustrated guide of cemeteries and maps to the who’s who buried in Nashville.
Reference for all American patriots, from the Constitution to listings of Presidents and states and national attractions, plus a rundown of sports champions of the past century.
About the Author
Mark Zimmerman is a retired newspaperman residing in Florida. He is currently working on a historical fiction thriller about the atomic bomb.