Civil War Podcast, Episode 219

CORINTH (Part the Second)

In which one of us continues to set the stage for the Battle of Corinth (Mississippi), which took place on October 3 & 4, 1862.

Our book recommendation for this episode is “Banners to the Breeze: The Kentucky Campaign, Corinth, and Stones River” by Earl J. Hess.

2 thoughts on “Civil War Podcast, Episode 219

  1. afcicecow06128300

    G/day Rich & Tracy hope you are both welI, have a question for you and its about the construction of a Fort Negley Nashville what do you know about it ? All I know is that 2771 African Americans men women & children work on it and that between 600 – 800 laborers died during construction :(( and I was informed that the union army surrounded a church and forced the African American congregation to work on the Fort. could you expand on it for me , any information would be appreciated Cheers Andrew Clarke

  2. Rich & Tracy Y Post author

    Not sure we’ve run across anything about it, Andrew. We’ll check on it and get back to you.

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