Who led the Union Army in the Battle of Shiloh?
Battle of Shiloh:
In early April 1862, Union and Confederate forces clashed in southwest Tennessee, near a church meetinghouse named Shiloh. Fighting took place over two days as massive armies clashed in open fields and wooden areas near the Tennessee River.
Answer and Explanation:
Ulysses S. Grant led the Union Army in the Battle of Shiloh. Grant, who was born in Ohio, attended West Point, and served during the Mexican American...
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from History 106: The Civil War and ReconstructionChapter 4 / Lesson 8