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After the war, Sheridan ruthlessly suppressed the raiding Plains Indians much as he had the Confederates, by killing warriors and burning villages, but he also defended reservation Indians from corrupt agents and contractors. Sheridan, an enthusiastic hunter and conservationist, later ordered the US cavalry to occupy and operate Yellowstone National Park to safeguard it from commercial exploitation.
Chapter 1 Rise from Obscurity 1
Chapter 2 Stones River 21
Chapter 3 Defeat and Victory at Chatanooga 39
Chapter 4 Sheridan's Cavalry Corps 57
Chapter 5 Killing Jeb Stuart 73
Chapter 6 The Shenandoah Valley 93
Chapter 7 Triumph at Winchester 107
Chapter 8 Burning the Valley 121
Chapter 9 Miracle at Cedar Creek 139
Chapter 10 The End of Jubal Early's Army 161
Chapter 11 Waterloo for the Confederacy 169
Chapter 12 The Race to Appomattox 187
Chapter 13 Ruler of the Southwest 209
Chapter 14 Winter War on the Southern Plains 229
Chapter 15 Lieutenant General Sheridan 249
Chapter 16 Final Conquest of the Plains Indians 263
Chapter 17 The Conservationist General 285
Posted October 8, 2012
This is a superb book especially post-Civil War activities of Sheridan. He was part of an unbeatable trio which included Sherman and Grant. Probably best book about Sheridan written.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 13, 2012
Wasnt it "Stonwall" Jackson that was Lees 'Terrible Swift Sword"??? Why is this book rebranding Generals to sell it self. Title alone aludes to revisionism. Not read it yet, but will update on completion.
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