President Jefferson Davis holds meetings with the top officers in the Army of Tennessee to try resolving the deep dissension among them.
Tensions reach a boiling point among the Confederate Army of Tennessee commanders. This leads to a command change, a call for Richmond to help, and even a death threat.
Confederates learn the extent of their victory at Chickamauga but squander precious time while the Federals escape into Chattanooga.
As the Armies of Tennessee and the Cumberland remain relatively stationary in Middle Tennessee, smaller forces clash in an engagement at nearby Spring Hill.
Federals catch up to Nathan Bedford Forrest’s Confederate raiders in western Tennessee, but Forrest finds a way to avoid their trap.
Nathan Bedford Forrest receives orders to wreak havoc on Ulysses S. Grant’s Federal supply lines in western Tennessee.