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John Bell Hood was a prominent Confederate general who was known for his battlefield bravery during the American Civil War. During 1864, Hood's army attempted to stop Ohioan and Union General William T. Sherman's capture of Atlanta, Georgia.
- Army of Tennessee
- Army of the Cumberland
- Atlanta Campaign
- Battle of Antietam
- Battle of Atlanta
- Battle of Bull Run II
- Battle of Chickamauga
- Battle of Fort Sumter
- Battle of Franklin
- Battle of Gettysburg
- Battle of Nashville
- Battle of Spring Hill
- Franklin-Nashville Campaign
- James Longstreet
- Jefferson Davis
- Joseph E. Johnston
- Message from Jefferson Davis to Hood, Hardee, and Stewart Regarding Hood's Appointment as Commander of the Army of Tennessee
- Message from John Bell Hood Announcing His Relief from Command of the Army of Tennessee
- Message from John Bell Hood Confirming He Had Assumed Command of the Department and Army of Tennessee
- Message from John Bell Hood Regarding His Appointment as Commander of the Army of Tennessee
- Message from Joseph E. Johnston Reacting to Orders to Transfer Command of the Army of Tennessee to John Bell Hood
- Message Relieving Joseph E. Johnston from Command of the Army of Tennessee
- Message to Jefferson Davis from Hood, Hardee, and Stewart Regarding Hood's Appointment as Commander of Army of Tennessee
- Robert E. Lee
- Seven Days Battles
- Special Field Orders No. __ (Headquarters, Military Division of the West, CSA)
- Special Orders, No. 5 (Department of Tennessee and Georgia, CSA)
- William S. Rosecrans
- William T. Sherman
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