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CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. page Constitutional Rights to Secede, including the Origin of the Negro Traffic................................................ ii CHAPTER II. Organization of the Third and Eighth Kentucky; Their Movement up to and Including the Battle of Fort Donalson and Shiloh............................................... 19 CHAPTER III. Organization of the Seventh Kentucky; Their Movement up to and Including the Battle of Shiloh........................ 27 CHAPTER IV. Operations About Corinth; Movement Back to Tupelo and on to Vicksburg ............................................ 33 CHAPTER V. Movement South Under John C. Breckinridge; Battle of Baton Rouge, and Occupancy of Port Hudson................... 36 CHAPTER VI. Movement in the North Mississippi under Van Dorn. Price and Van Dorn Unite Their Commands and Make an Unsuccessful Attack on the Federals under Rosecrans at Corinth......... 47 CHAPTER VII. Movement in Front of Grant; Holly Springs, Grenada and Tallahatchie, Back to Vicksburg; Big Black and to the Battle of Baker's Creek......................................... 54 CHAPTER VIII. Mistakes of Pemberton. General Joseph E. Johnston, at Jackson, Moved to Big Black in Rear of Grant; Fell Back to Jackson, Where There Was Some Fighting; Moved Back to Meridian; Moved to Canton, Where They Remained During the Winter. Organization of the Twelfth Kentucky, and the Battle of Okolona .............................................. 64 CHAPTER IX. Kentuckians Mounted and Put Under Forrest; Moved North Through Tennessee; Captured Union City and Attacked Pa-ducah. Command Visited Their Homes First Time in Three Years or Since the War Commenced....................... 74 CHAPTER X. Brice's Cross-Roads, the Most Brilliant Victory of the War; It Has No Parallel....................................... 87