James Longstreet’s service in the West is marred by quarrels with his commander, Braxton Bragg.

James Longstreet’s service in the West is marred by quarrels with his commander, Braxton Bragg. Detached from Bragg, Longstreet fails to recapture Knoxville, Tennessee, in November. He rejoins Robert E. Lee in Virginia in time to defend against Union general-in-chief Ulysses S. Grant’s spring offensive.

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