December 21, This day during the American Civil War

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December 21, 1862 – in Union City, Tennessee – On December 21, Brig. Gen. Nathan B. Forrest and his Confederate raiders left Trenton and headed north. They moved into Union City and captured it without any resistance. The Confederates plundered the town and captured some supplies. When Forrest had done everything that he planned on doing, the Confederates retired back to Dresden. This was part of Forrest’s West Tennessee Expedition

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