- Title Pages
- 1 Has It Come So Soon As This?
- 2 I Will Gladly Give My Life for a Victory
- 3 The Wolf Is Come
- 4 The Only Man in the Army That Was Whipped
- 5 Charge ’em! Damn ’em, Charge, Charge, Charge!
- 6 We Are Men and Braves
- 7 No Feeling of Mercy or Kindness
- 8 Hold Out Till Help Arrived or Until All Dead
- 9 Texas Must Take Her Chances
- 10 All New England Men and of the Best Material
- 11 Cannot You Do Something to Operate Against Them on Your Side of the River!
- 12 Courage and Desperation Rarely Equaled
- 13 Much Unmerited Loss and Suffering
- 14 Drive Him Routed from Our Soil
- 15 More Remarkable than Thermopylae
- 16 Our Troops Should Occupy and Hold at Least a Portion of Texas
- 17 The Land of Coyotes, Tarantulas, Fandangos, Horn-Toads, and Jack-Rabbits
- 18 No Nobler Death
- 19 We Must Fight Them and Whip Them
- 20 I Am Going to Fight Banks If He Has a Million of Men!
- 21 A Brisk and Brilliant Six Weeks’ Campaign
- 22 Destroy Property and Recruit Men
- 23 Let Come What Will, We’ll Fight the Yankees Alone
No Nobler Death
No Nobler Death
The Indian Territory, July 1863–February 1865
- (p.314) 18 No Nobler Death
- Theater of a Separate War
Thomas W. Cutrer
- University of North Carolina Press
Federal forces attempted to reverse early Confederate diplomatic and military successes in the Indian Territory, recruiting their own Native American forces and pushing south out of Kansas. Union troops and their Native American allies were able to reoccupy most of the Indian Territory, but not, as they had hoped, to invade Texas from the north. Intertribal warfare was particularly fierce, and the families of both sides suffered tremendously.
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