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No Better Place to Die by Peter Cozzens

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Civil War historian and author, Peter Cozzens details with great familiarity the events preceding the 1862 New Year’s Eve battle in Murfreesboro, TN. In the dead of winter, the Union Army of the Cumberland engaged the Confederate Army of Tennessee in an unforgiving wilderness as destructive as their artillery.

No better place to die captures the political climate and military strategies shaping one of the most significant campaigns of the era. Browse our complete Civil War Collection for other items dedicated to America’s struggle to uphold under the ideal that all men are created equal. Or visit the Stones River National Battlefield to see the setting and artillery shaping the outcome of one of the most significant battles of the era.

Product Details

  • Stones River NB memorializes Civil War culture, artillery, and military lifestyle
  • Published by University of Illinois Press; 978-0-252-06229-2
  • Civil War nonfiction publication approximately 9’’ x 6’’
  • Profits support the National Park Service

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