4 edition of Fourteen Hundred and Ninety One Days in Confederate Army found in the catalog.
Fourteen Hundred and Ninety One Days in Confederate Army
Jacob D. Cox
by Broadfoot Publishing Company
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard M. McMurry (Designer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||274|
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Compiled records showing service of military units in Confederate organizations [microform] Item Preview Militia One Hundred and Eighty-eighth Militia One Hundred and Eighty-ninth Militia One Hundred and Ninetieth Militia One Hundred and Ninety-eighth Militia Averett's Battalion, Reserves Burks' Regiment, Local Defense Cohoon's Battalion. The backs of these issues are blank, but they could be stamped or inscribed: Inscriptions: “Six Months after the Ratification of a Treaty of peace between the Confederate States and the United States The Confederate States of America will pay One Hundred Dollars to bearer/ Richmond, Va. September 2nd, / Fundable in Confederate States Stock bearing Eight per Cent Interest/ Receivable in.
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Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days in the Confederate Army: A Journal Kept by W.W. Heartsill for Four Years, One Month, and One Day. Or, Camp Life, Day by Day, of the W.P. Lane Rangers from Apto FOURTEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-ONE DAYS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY -Manuscript Edition.
Wilmington: Broadfoot Publishing Company, pages, 8 1/2 x Copy # of copies printed, and copies offered for sale by the publisher. Civil War enthusiasts, especially rare book collectors, know that William Williston Heartsill's Fourteen Hundred And Ninety-One Days In The Confederate Army is among the rarest and most valuable reminiscences of the era.
This is true because of Heartsill's accuracy and insight and also because of the way the book was presented. Heartsill was born in Louisville, Tennessee, inand later.
William Marshall. Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days, in the Confederate Army [Marshall, Texas: W. Hearstill, ]. FOURTEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-ONE DAYS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY -Manuscript Edition.
by William W. Heartsill. Wilmington: Broadfoot Publishing Company, pages, 8 1/2 x Probably the most unique book in Confederate history. This day-by-day account of a Texas private was originally hand-printed by its author from his war diary with.
Fourteen hundred and 91 days in the Confederate Army: A journal kept by W.W. Heartsill, or Camp life, day by day of the W.P. Lane Rangers from Ap to it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published — 2 editions5/5(1). Heartsill, William W. Fourteen Hundred and Ninety One Days in the Confederate Army: or, Camp Life, Day by Day, of the W.P.
Lane Rangers from Ap to First published in the reprint was edited by Bell I. Wiley. Jackson Tennessee, McCowat- Mercer Press, Click here for a fairly comprehensive bibliography on Smith County, Texas, during the Civil War.
It includes citations to journal articles and books, and links to online resources. The first section deals with the Civil War in general, followed by sections on the secession crisis, Camp Ford POW camp, the ordnance works in Tyler, and units raised in Smith County, including letters from Smith Author: Sarah Norrell.
So have the three surviving issues of one of the Camp Ford handwritten newspapers: Includes essay "Prison City, Camp Ford: Largest Confederate prisoner-of-war camp in the Trans-Mississippi," by James Smallwood.
Texas, Fourteen Hundred and Ninety-One Days in the Confederate Army by Heartsill, W. Call Number: EW18 H43 Wiley also edited fifteen other works including W.W. Heartsill's Fourteen Hundred and Ninety-One Days in the Confederate Army and Gilbert Moxley Sorrel's Recollections of a Confederate Staff Officer.
Known as a pioneer of the social history of the American soldier, Bell Wiley's work is notable for his analysis of the "plain people" and the.
William Williston Heartsill journal,MSWoodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University. Acquisition Information. Gift of Mr. John Wright, Alternate Form Available.
Manuscript was later published by the author under the title "Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days in the Confederate Army". Return to the Table of Contents. Atlanta (1st Edition) Last Chance for the Confederacy (Great Campaigns of the Civil War) by Richard M.
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Lane Rangers from April Ig, i86i, to (; reprint, ed. by Bell I. In the affair at Charlotte inreferred to in a preceding number, when one hundred and fifty militia, under Colonel Davie, gave the whole British army under Cornwallis such a warm reception, most efficient aid was rendered by Major Joseph Graham, who commanded a small company of.
New Confederate Army, Eldorado, Texas. 3K likes. To build a political force of southern people and fight our battles in the court or arenas of public opinion/5(42). The Confederate army early found that volunteers alone were insufficient, and the first conscription law was passed in Apr., By a later act (Feb., ), white men within the ages of 17 and 50 were drafted into military service.
Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days in the Confederate Army (Marshall, Texas: ) (VAULT ): W.W. Heartsill hand-printed one hundred copies of this volume, which document daily life in his regiment, the Second Texas Cavalry.
The book includes pasted-in albumen photographs of sixty-one members of his unit. Fewer than twenty copies survive : Kate Matheny.On the 12th of June,the One Hundred and Ninety-eighth was paid off, and the men discharged.
For the brief period of time they served there were few regiments that saw more hard service and severe fighting than it did, and their flag was unsullied by their breaking in the presence of the enemy.The entire army, with the exception of one corps, under General Hooker, followed, and by the evening of the 12th was well established on the south side.1 As the fog lifted on the morning of the 13th, the Confederates beheld the Army of the Potomac drawn up in most imposing array, fully one hundred thousand strong, stretching from above.