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Memphis City Tour with Optional Graceland Admission
"Starting from your downtown Memphis hotel your friendly fun professional guide will take you on narrated sightseeing tour by mini-coach. Cruise down Beale Street and Cotton Row and travel along the Mississippi River and through Victorian Village where you’ll see homes built in the 1800s. See statues of Elvis Presley and BB King and pass the National Civil Rights Museum located in the Lorraine Hotel
From $24.00
 
Graceland Tour Including Automobile Museum and Sincerely Elvis Museum
"Meet at Graceland or be picked up from your Memphis hotel and embark on your tour of the Graceland Mansion the former home of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. On your audio-guided tour experience life like Elvis did as you explore where he lived relaxed and spent time with friends and family. Tour his living room bedroom dining room kitchen and pool room
From $53.00
 
Coastal Eco Tour - Private Boat Charter
"You'll experience the lesser-traveled waterways of Coastal Alabama as we explore the Intracoastal Waterway Oyster Bay Bon Secour Bay and the Bon Secour River watching for a variety of wildlife including Dolphins Bald Eagle Osprey Heron
From $439.00

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WHITTLESEY’S BRIGADE

Charles Whittlesey was an 1831 graduate of West Point. He resigned from the army after the Black Hawk War in 1832. After a stint as a lawyer and a journalist, Whittlesey became a geologist known for...
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MCDOWELL’S BRIGADE

John A. McDowell was the younger brother of Irwin McDowell, the Federal general who was in command at the Battle of the First Bull Run/Manassas. John was not a graduate of West Point like his brother,...
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SIEGE GUNS AND GRANT’S “LAST LINE”

Grant had brought along a battery of 24 pound siege guns to use later at Corinth, if needed. The guns – Battery B 2nd Illinois Light Artillery were situated just above Pittsburgh Landing as the battle...
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REGIMENTS NOT BRIGADED AT SHILOH

Three regiments made it to the Army of the Tennessee too late to be included in a brigade. All three saw plenty of action as they were inserted into the points of greatest need. Alexander Chambers - a...
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THAYER’S BRIGADE

John M. Thayer, a native of Massachusetts, had moved to Nebraska before the war becoming a farmer near Omaha. He was active in both GOP circles and the local militia and became the colonel of the 1st...
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SMITH’S BRIGADE

Now we come to the three brigades of Lew Wallace’s division. Wallace’s wartime career would suffer a grievous blow on 6 April. His men were stationed at Crump’s Landing on the opposite side of the...
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66TH ILLINOIS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENT

This regiment was known as the 14th Missouri Volunteers here at Shiloh. They were a multistate specialized regiment of sharpshooters originally raised as Birgie's Western Sharpshooters - in the Army...
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MCARTHUR'S BRIGADE

Brigadier general John McArthur was an emigrant from Scotland in his early 20's coming to Chicago where he eventually set up an iron works before the war. At the outbreak of the war, McArthur became...
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WILLIAMS' BRIGADE

Nelson Williams had attended West Point for a year in 1839 before flunking out the following year. He worked for awhile in New York before moving to Iowa in 1855. With the onset of war, Williams...
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LAUMAN'S BRIGADE

Jacob Lauman helped to recruit the 7th Iowa at the onset of the war becoming the regiment's colonel. He led the regiment at Belmont where he was severely wounded in the left thigh. At Fort Donelson,...
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TUTTLE'S BRIGADE

Colonel James Tuttle's brigade was comprised of four Iowan regiments - he had been in part responsible for raising the 2nd Iowa. As a part of W.H.L. Wallace's division on the morning of 6 April, the...
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SWEENY'S BRIGADE

The brigade of Thomas W. Sweeny was one of the largest on the fields of Shiloh - six regiments, five from Illinois. With the onset of the fighting, W.H.L. Wallace's division came forward from their...
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STUART'S BRIGADE

Colonel David Stuart sought redemption for his tattered reputation on the battlefields of the Civil War. A graduate of Amherst, he had practiced law in Detroit and had served one term in the U.S....
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VEATCH’S BRIGADE

James C. Veatch had been a lawyer and State legislator in Indiana prior to the war. With the onset, he was given command of the 25th Indiana Infantry which he led into battle at Fort Donelson....
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"shiloh national military park"
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mrclay2000

"Where a Misguided Nation Awoke to its Error"
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mtncorg

"SHILOH - PEACE WHERE ONCE THERE WAS ANYTHING BUT"
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"Another somber moment"
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Ewingjr98

"Shiloh Battlefield"
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