History of the American Civil War Western Theater

The best books covering the Western Theater, traditionally considered to happen between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River.
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message 1: by P.J. (last edited Aug 29, 2016 06:31PM) (new)

P.J. Sullivan If the Western Theater stopped at the Mississippi River, what do you call "Bleeding Kansas," the Missouri-Kansas border warfare, the guerrilla warfare in Missouri?


message 2: by Toni (new)

Toni Stinson P.J. wrote: "If the Western Theater stopped at the Mississippi River, what do you call "Bleeding Kansas," the Missouri-Kansas border warfare, the guerrilla warfare in Missouri?"

The Trans-Mississippi. That is the distinction that Civil War historian make.

Eastern Theater: Atlantic to the Appalacians.
Western Theater: Appalacians to the Mississippi
Trains-Mississippi: Everything west of the Mississippi


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