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Brice's Crossroads
Civil War Encyclopedia >> Battles
June 2, 1864 Ordered to pursue and destroy General Nathan Bedford Forrest, General John Sturgis leaves Memphis with a force of 8,100 men Tennessee
  Brice's Crossroads
June 10, 1864 Battle of Brice's Crossroads [US]
Battle of Tishomingo Creek [CS]
Mississippi
  Nathan Bedford Forrest
  Brice's Crossroads
June 11, 1864 Following the battle of Brice's Crossroads, Forrest's men pursue the federal retreat and take hundreds of prisoners
  Brice's Crossroads
June 15, 1864 General Sherman, learning of the defeat at Brice's Crossroads, writes Edwin Stanton "But Forrest is the very devil, ...There never will be peace in Tennessee till Forrest is dead."
  Nathan Bedford Forrest
  Brice's Crossroads
  William Tecumseh Sherman




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