2 edition of Reminiscences of the Chattanooga campaign. found in the catalog.
Reminiscences of the Chattanooga campaign.
Isaac C. Doan
|Statement||By Sergeant Isaac C. Doan.|
|LC Classifications||E475.81 .D63|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||02010037|
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Reminiscences of the Chattanooga campaign. A paper read at the reunion of Company B, Fortieth Ohio volunteer infantry, at Xenia, O., Aug by Doan, Isaac CPages: Reminiscences of the Chattanooga campaign.
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Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. CHATTANOOGA CAMPAIGN Murfreesboro, as the “Chattanooga Campaign of ” The various engagements in that cam¬ paign, beginning with Hoover’s 1 and Liberty gaps 2 on J down to that of Missionary Contributor: Fitch, Michael Hendrick Date: Reminiscences of the chattanooga campaign.
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The Chattanooga campaign Contributor Names Fitch, Michael Hendrick, The books in this collection are in the public domain and are free to use and reuse. Reminiscences of the Chattanooga campaign. A paper read at the reunion of Company B, Fortieth Ohio. Reminiscences of the Civil War, by John Brown Gordon (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC) The Siege of Savannah in December,by Charles C.
Jones (HTML and TEI at UNC) A Sketch of the Battle of Franklin, Tenn., With Reminiscences of Camp Douglas. In this book,"Chickamauga and Chattanooga" John Bowers has written one of the best Civil War battle books I've ever read, easily comparable with the works of Steven Woodworth, William C.
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Much of Chattanooga’s modern history has centered on the importance of trains and the railroad industry. Justin Strickland’s book chronicles the development of Chattanooga’s historic terminal station through photos + stories. The Chattanooga Campaign Following the Battle of Stones River, the armies of Braxton Bragg and William Rosecrans sat 30 miles apart in central Tennessee for six months, idle except for cavalry raids on each other's supply lines.
CHAPTER II. A T last, on the 25th day of September,the Eleventh Corps was cut loose from the Army of the Potomac and dispatched, together with the Twelfth, both under the command of General Hooker, to the western field of operations.
General Rosecrans had maneuvered the rebel general, Bragg, out of Chattanooga, but suffered a grievous defeat on September 19th and 20th at.
The Chattanooga campaign was a series of maneuvers and battles in October and Novemberduring the American Civil ing the defeat of Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans's Union Army of the Cumberland at the Battle of Chickamauga in September, the Confederate Army of Tennessee under Gen.
Braxton Bragg besieged Rosecrans and his men by occupying key high terrain around Chattanooga. Page - July,rendered memorable through all time for the terrible struggle you so heroically maintained under discouraging disasters, and that saddest of all reflections, the loss of that exemplary soldier and popular leader, the lamented McPherson, your matchless courage turned defeat into a glorious victory.
Ezra Chapel and Jonesboro, added new lustre to a radiant record, the. The Fight for Chattanooga: Chickamauga to Missionary Ridge (Civil War) [Korn, Jerry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Fight for Chattanooga: Chickamauga to Missionary Ridge Reviews: A well-written and well-organized history of the battles for Chattanooga.
McDonough does not present anything in the way of revisionism but he does address all of the questions surrounding the campaign. McDonoughs book is mostly a traditional military history/5(5). The second book in a series of two books about Grant's leadership, it is a shame that my library system does not have the first book (Grant Moves South), so I read this as a standalone volume and found it worked out very well, and also helped to provide some personal information about Grant's travels and leadership in the period from to the end of the war that was immensely helpful/5(60).
A Single Grand Victory: The First Campaign and Battle of Manassas (The American Crisis Series, Book 7) A Sketch of the Battle of Franklin, Tenn., With Reminiscences of Camp Douglas. Reed, Samuel R. The Vicksburg Campaign, and the Battles about Chattanooga under the Command of General U.S.
Grant in —63; and Historical Review. Cinicinnati: R. Clarke, Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Tennessee of the Military Forces of the State, From toNashville: Reynold, Clark G. Civil War. reminiscences of the civil war by general john b. gordon of the confederate army with an introduction by general stephen d.
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A paper read at the reunion of Company B, Fortieth Ohio. Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray, tured. Was in the battles of Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, and all the battles back to Atlanta, also in the battles of Franklin and Nashville, Tenn., and many others of minor note.
LOUIS CLICK, Wolfe City, Texas-Born Apnear Center. Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray, R. HENDERSON, Comanche, Tex.-Born near Forsythe, Ga., and enlisted in the Confederate Army, May 5,at Oxford, Miss., as private in Company B.
The regiment was first known as Miller's Battalion and afterwards became the First Mississippi Cavalry, Armstrong's Brigade. The Battle of Chattanooga was launched on November 23 when Grant sent General Thomas (), who was dubbed the Rock of Chickamauga for standing his ground against the Confederates at the.
A miscellaneous collection of books on the Civil War, approximately volumes, mostly 8 o, many first editions, some rebound, some ex-library, in various conditions, including: GENERAL STUDIES: POLLARD, Edward A.
Today in History–November 23–the Library of Congress features the Battle of Chattanooga, which commenced on this day in During this three-day Civil War battle, Union forces drove Confederate troops into Georgia, setting the stage for Union General William T.
Sherman’s triumphant march to the sea a year later. Learn more by visiting the Today in History section, then click the links. Reminiscences of the Chattanooga Campaign, a Paper Read at the Reunion of Company B, Fortieth Ohio Infantry, at Xenia, O., Augby Sergeant Isaac C.
Doan. Isaac C. Doan. NP Richmond, Indiana, Reminiscences of the Chattanooga Campaign. Isaac C. Doan. J.M. Coe's Printery. Richmond Ind. History of Jerome Township.
In the first-ever anthology on the subject, The Tennessee Campaign ofedited by Steven E. Woodworth and Charles D. Grear, fourteen prominent historians and emerging scholars examine the three-month operation, covering the battles of Allatoona, Spring Hill, and Franklin, as well as the decimation of Hood’s army at Nashville.
War in Kentucky | War in KentuckyFrom Shiloh to PerryvilleJames Lee McDonough A compelling new volume from the author of Shiloh In Hell before Night and Chattanooga A Death Grip on the Confederacy, this book explores the strategic importance of Kentucky for both sides in the Civil War and recounts the Confederacy's bold attempt to capture the Bluegrass State.
Includes Civil War Map and Illustrations Pack – battle plans, campaign maps and detailed analyses of actions spanning the entire period of hostilities.
“This is one of the finest accounts of a campaign penned by a Federal soldier A stellar work of Civil War history—a classic.—The Civil War in Books. Carter. Howell. A Cavalryman's Reminiscences of the Civil War.
New Orleans: American Printing. n.d. Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park Commission. The Campaign for Chattanooga. Historical Sketch Descriptive of the Model in Relief of the Region About Chattanooga.
and of the Battles Illustrated Thereon. Author: Jack H. Lepa. Title: The Battle of Lookout Mountain. After their disastrous defeat at the Battle of Chickamauga on September, the surviving troops of the Federal Army of the Cumberland, commanded by Major General William Starke Rosecrans, fled to what they believed to be the safety of the town of Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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Military Reminiscences of the Civil War V2 by Jacob Dolson Cox Part 4 out of the Eastern campaign, plainly intimated that Meade could not give the Army of the Potomac the necessary aggressive energy.
"Meade of these forces, see "Century War Book," vol. a. Buy the book. This is the most popular standard account of the Maryland Campaign of and the Battle of Antietam.
Easily affordable and well-written, Sears’ Landscape Turned Red is an excellent introduction to the topic. Sears does have a bit of a Northern bias and tends to simplify the controversies of the campaign such as Lee’s Lost Order, but if you haven’t read anything about the.
This book investigates Major General Daniel Harvey Hill's performance during the Chattanooga campaign, focusing specifically on the Battle of Chickamauga. Hill's early life and performance in the Army of Northern Virginia are evaluated for character development.
While Hill had proved. Index of Military Reminiscences of the Civil War V2; Next part (2) Steve Schulze, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team.
This file was produced from images generously made available by the CWRU Preservation Department Digital Library. MILITARY REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR BY JACOB DOLSON COX, A.M., LL.D. The 1st Arkansas Infantry (–) was a Confederate Army infantry regiment during the American Civil regiment was raised in April by Colonel Thompson B.
Flournoy. It moved first to Virginia, but transferred back to Tennessee and served the rest of the war in the western theater, seeing action in the Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia campaigns. Steamboats Wauhatchie, Missionary and Lookout, circanear where Broad Street terminates at the Tennessee River.
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Fitch, Michael Hendrick, The Chattanooga campaign, with especial reference to Wisconsin's participation therein, by Michael Hendrick Fitch.
[Madison] Wisconsin history commission, Flinn, Frank M. Campaigning with Banks in Louisiana, '63 and '64 and with Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley in '64 and '65, by Frank M. Flinn. War in Kentucky From Shiloh to Perryville James Lee McDonough. A compelling new volume from the author of Shiloh—In Hell before Night and Chattanooga—A Death Grip on the Confederacy, this book explores the strategic importance of Kentucky for both sides in the Civil War and recounts the Confederacy’s bold attempt to capture the Bluegrass State.
In a narrative rich with quotations from.With those orders a new campaign began: the Chattanooga Campaign. This book tracks how over the next three months Grant would orchestrate the movements of three Union Armies - The Army of the Cumberland, The Army of the Tennessee, and two Corps from the Army of the Potomac.REMINISCENCES OF THE ARMY.; The Twentieth Army Corps Its Campaigns From the Potomac to theTennessee, and from the Tennessee to the Potomac Chancellorsville Lookout .