Brown. Like other slave-holding border states, Tennessee initially elected not to join the newly formed Confederates States of America. However, with the attack on Fort Sumter and the call for troops to put down the rebellion, the state voted to secede from the Union and soon joined the Confederacy.
Filled with many never-before-published photographs, this photo-history examines the nearly 187,000 Tennesseans who served the Confederate cause in 110 regiments and 33 battalions during the Civil War. 128 pages, 209 B&W photographs, 6½"x 9¼", softcover.