Civil War In Tennessee: Battles & Leaders
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September 4, 2012
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Upper East Tennessee was one of the largest producers of wheat for the Confederacy, a key railroad ran from Bristol to Chattanooga, copper, and rich deposits of saltpeter and lead lay in East Tennessee. Four critical railroad lines also joined in Chattanooga. Middle Tennessee was one of the richest areas in producing corn, hogs, cattle, mules, and horses in the entire Confederacy...
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Nashville was one of the largest cities and the leading war production center in the West. The Western Highland area was full of navigable waterways and became known as the “Great Western Iron Belt.” This made Tennessee a major target for the Union to capture.
First Fort Henry and Fort Donelson fell to the Federals, freeing up Middle Tennessee and putting the Union at the doorsteps of Nashville...
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