2 edition of Sherman"s forgotten campaign found in the catalog.
Sherman"s forgotten campaign
Margie Riddle Bearss
|Statement||by Margie Riddle Bearss.|
|LC Classifications||E476.14 .B43 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||86081899|
A vivid account of the campaign that helped decide the outcome of the Civil War. Evans provides a comprehensive study of the role of the cavalry in Sherman's coordinated assault on Atlanta in , involving three federal armies that swept in from the west through Alabama and Georgia. Those armies left a horrible wake of damage in their path, and they suffered horribly as well. This interesting tidbit is often forgotten by the contemporary military historians and the author Mr Cooper does a good job of explaining the 'behind the scenes' elements of a military campaign. The book is easy to read and mi more. flag Like see We Brits up-gunned 1 in 4 Shermans with the formidable pounder gun - giving us the 4/5(71).
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Had to pick this up when I saw it at the Vicksburg battlefield visitor center. It is a blow-by-blow account of the campaign and is a bit slow to read because of some of the detail.
The prelude has some interesting insight into why Sherman may have acted as he did during the campaign but the book as a whole lacks much in depth analysis/5(4). Sherman's forgotten campaign by Margie Riddle Bearss,Gateway Press, Book orders to A.P.
Andrews edition, in EnglishPages: Sherman's forgotten campaign: the Meridian expedition. [Margie Riddle Bearss] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
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Slocum. by Brian C. Melton, University of Missouri Press,pages, $ Many of the soldiers who fought at Gettysburg defined the rest of their lives by how they had comported themselves on that killing field during those three fateful days in July Buy Sherman's forgotten campaign: the Meridian expedition by Margie Riddle Bearss online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. Only one book-length study exists. Marjorie Bearss’s Shermans Forgotten Campaign, published inprovides a blow-by-blow account of the march; however, it does not offer readers any overall analysis.
the work is helpful to those who study battlefield tactics and marching orders, but its pages do not provide insight into the long-term. Sherman's March to the Sea (also known as the Savannah Campaign or simply Sherman's March) was a military campaign of the American Civil War conducted through Georgia from November 15 until Decemby Maj.
Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman of the Union campaign began with Sherman's troops leaving the captured city of Atlanta on November 15 and ended with the.
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An excellent read for anyone who takes drugs, likes drugs, and. American Civil War - American Civil War - Sherman’s Georgia campaigns and total war: Meanwhile, Sherman was pushing off toward Atlanta from Dalton, Georgia, on May 7,withmen against Johnston’s 55, This masterly campaign comprised a series of cat-and-mouse moves by the rival commanders.
Nine successive defensive positions were taken up by Johnston. Other articles where Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign is discussed: George N.
Barnard: In he published Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign, which is considered one of the most important photographic books from the period. Barnard later worked as a photographer in numerous locations—including Chicago, where he set up a studio that was subsequently destroyed in the fire.
An excellent, minutely detailed military study of the campaign has already been written (Margie Bearss' Sherman's Forgotten Campaign: The Meridian Expedition, OP, Gateway Press), but Buckley Foster's new book Sherman's Mississippi Campaign is the first modern attempt at an in-depth analysis of the campaign.
Foster marks the Meridian. This book about Sherman's November April from Atlanta to Chapel Hill is an in-depth history full of eyewitness diary accounts from soldiers on both sides as well as Southern citizens from the towns visited by Sherman's army. I recommend this book because it is an uncensored account of Sherman's /5(65).
Located in the eastern part of the state, the town was the junction of the Mobile and Ohio and the Jackson and Selma Railroads and a logistical center for the Confederates. In February, it became a focal point of a relatively forgotten campaign led by Maj. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman.
The most accurate information we found was in the book Sherman’s Forgotten Campaign: The Meridian Expedition by Margie Riddle Bearss. This book gives an excellent account of the entire Meridian Expedition.
Most of Mrs. Bearss’ information came from the War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. The entire. General William Tecumseh Sherman summary: William Tecumseh Sherman began his Civil War career as a Colonel of the 13th U.S. Infantry Regiment and ended his career as the commanding general of the United States Army.
He is best known for his actions in the Civil War, where his performance was mixed. Still, his “March to the Sea” in was a success in its goal to cripple the Confederate.
[S# 72] MAY 1-SEPTEMBER 8, –The Atlanta (Georgia) Campaign. 1.–U.S. Army, commanding Military Division of the Mississippi Official Records (War of the Rebellion)– SERIES I–VOLUME XXXVIII/5 [S# 76] UNION CORRESPONDENCE, ORDERS, AND RETURNS RELATING TO OPERATIONS IN THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN, FROM JULY 1,TO SEPTEMBER 8, –#4.
This reference book is one of those reads where the reader will have to come to their own conclusion on the information presented to them by the author.
"Jungle Armour, British and Indian Shermans in the Far East" touches on a little known and somewhat forgotten part of World War II and the Shermans.
This book tells the story of both Sherman's Atlanta Campaign and his March to the Sea, through the mechanism of looking at what remains today (monuments, buildings, trenches, etc.) at sites associated with those events. This edition contains 75 color photos and lithographs, as well as a number of black and white engravings.
show more. Get this from a library. Photographic views of Sherman's campaign. [George N Barnard; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University.
Libraries)] -- These pictures provide us with the most detailed visual source we have on the actual settings and terrain of Sherman's campaign, in many cases recording the bridges and battlements and the extent of.
READ the book “The women will Howl” (Mary Deborah Petite) which documents this kidnapping. The comment “The women will Howl” was a cruel and insensitive remark made by Sherman. His troops also burned down hundreds of homes, churches, businesses, schools, and stole silver, jewelry and anything of value.George Sharland was a simple private who marched from Atlanta to the sea with General William Tecumseh Sherman.
He penned this soldier's version of events shortly after they occurred, which gives them an immediacy. Written primarily for his fellows-in-arms, the book carries a wider appeal due to.The Sherman's Lagoon book series by Jim Toomey includes books Sherman's Lagoon: Ate That, What's Next?, Poodle: The Other White Meat, The Illustrated Guide To Shark Etiquette: The Third Sherman's Lagoon Collection, and several more.
See the complete Sherman's Lagoon series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.