GENERAL GORDON GRANGER: The Savior of Chickamauga and the Man Behind "Juneteenth"
Granger's first fame came at Chickamauga, where the Rebel Army of Tennessee came within a hair's breadth of destroying the Union Army of the Cumberland. Without order, Granger marched his Reserve Corps to the scene of the hottest action. Conner sheds a new light on a colorful commander who fought through the war in the West from its first major battles to its last. Photos.
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