4 edition of Confederate high command & related topics found in the catalog.
Confederate high command & related topics
Deep Delta Civil War Symposium (2nd 1988 Southeastern Louisiana University)
|Other titles||Confederate high command and related topics.|
|Statement||edited by Roman J. Heleniak and Lawrence L. Hewitt.|
|Contributions||Williams, T. Harry 1909-, Heleniak, Roman., Hewitt, Lawrence L.|
|LC Classifications||E468 .D4 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|ISBN 10||0942597176, 0942597230|
|LC Control Number||90037958|
The list of American Civil War (Civil War) generals has been divided into five articles: an introduction on this page, a list of Union Army generals, a list of Union brevet generals, a list of Confederate Army generals and a list of prominent acting Confederate States Army generals, which includes officers appointed to duty by E. Kirby Smith, officers whose appointments were never confirmed or. A masterful, single-volume history of the Civil War's greatest campaign. Drawing on original source material, from soldiers' letters to official military records of the war, Stephen W. Sears's Gettysburg is a remarkable and dramatic account of the legendary campaign. He takes particular care in his study of the battle's leaders and offers detailed analyses of their strateg/5().
Gary W. Gallagher, the John L. Nau III Professor of History at the University of Virginia, is the author or editor of many books in the field of Civil War history, including The Confederate War; Causes Won, Lost, and Forgotten: How Hollywood and Popular Art Shape /5(1). The author of this small but excellent book employs a line from "The Bonnie Blue Flag," the Confederate fighting song, as the foil to his theme. The song asserted that "we are a band of brothers," but the bulk of the present work convincingly suggests the need for a marked revision of that assertion.
In this Book. Additional Information. Confederate Generals in the Trans-Mississippi Thomas Green, and Joseph Orville Shelby—providing an enlightening new perspective on the Confederate high command. Although the Trans-Mississippi has long been considered a dumping ground for failed generals from other regions, the essays presented here. The Confederate high command had assembled 28 guns to support Jones in what would be the last major clash of the day. More guns would be added to the Confederate defense. Captain David McIntosh, who commanded the first of Hill’s units to arrive on the field, quickly unlimbered three guns from his battery along the Harpers Ferry Road.
Allocation to subcommittees of budget totals from the concurrent resolution for fiscal year 1987
U.Y.L. of N.A., Fifth Congress, Cleveland, Ohio, 1937
importance of recognizing the personality and operations of the Holy Spirit.
Experiments arranged for students in general chemistry
characterisation and analysis of polymers by pyrolysis gas chromatography.
Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis Today and Tomorrow Series)
Against the odds.
The Cross Deluxe Personal Journal
Americas competitive edge
International and Israeli art
Australia Lonely Planet
Linguistic diffusion in Arnhem Land
Sarah A. Dedrick.
The Confederate High Command, & Related Topics: Themes in Honor of T. Harry Williams [The Deep Delta Civil War Symposium, Roman J. Heleniak, Lawrence L. Hewitt] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Confederate High Command, & Related Topics: Themes in Honor of T. Harry WilliamsAuthor: The Deep Delta Civil War Symposium. The Confederate High Command and Related Topics: The Deep Delta Civil War Symposium [Deep Delta Civil War Symposium Southeastern Louisiana university, Lawrence L.
Hewitt, Roman J. Heleniak, T. Harry Williams] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Get this from a library. The Confederate high command & related topics: the Deep Delta Civil War Symposium: themes in honor of T.
Harry Williams. The Confederate High Command Deep Delta Civil War Symposium. The Confederate High Command & Related Topics – The Deep Delta Civil War Symposium: Themes in Honor of T.
Harry Williams. edited by Roman J Heleniak and Lawrence L HewittSeller Rating: % positive. An interesting and well-researched book on the personalities and people behind Confederate strategy (and often the lack thereof) during the Civil War.
My biggest complaint is the general dismissal of James Longstreet as being primarily interested in his own self-promotion and desire to obtain an independent s: 7.
The Confederate High Command & Related Topics: The Deep Delta Civil War Symposium: Themes in Honor of T. Harry Williams Starting at $ A Confederate high command & related topics book named-- Desperate.
Starting at $ See More. Related Books. Confederate Generals in the Western Theater, Volume 1: Classic Essays on America's Civil War. by Lawrence L Hewitt. Starting at $ Paperback The Confederate High Command and Related Topics: The Deep Delta Civil War Symposium by Deep Delta Civil War Symposium Southeastern Louisiana university, Lawrence L.
Hewitt, et al. | Oct 1, Members of the Confederate high command were well aware of the rampant slave catching, as historian David Smith has aptly demonstrated in his essay “Race and Retaliation” () and his subsequent book On the Edge of Freedom (). Maj. Gen.
The Battle of Gettysburg is one of the most well-documented battles of the Civil ing to recent estimates, there are o books written about this famous battle. Some of these books focus on specific events or people in the battle, such as Pickett’s Charge or the generals who led the soldiers on the field, while others are overviews of the entire three-day battle.
Get this from a library. Civil War high commands. [John H Eicher; David J Eicher] -- Drawing on a number of Union and Confederate government and military documents as well as more recent scholarship, Eicher (emeritus, chemistry, Miami U.
of Ohio) and Eicher (Civil War historian). In an age of dry books aimed for specialists, "Leaders of the Lost Cause" is a bit of a pleasant suprise and, unlike many books on the subject, does not fall for the old "moonlight and magnolias" worship of Confederate leaders. None of these leaders comes off unscathed and some come off Reviews: 8.
The Confederate commander’s service during the Atlanta Campaign, especially in the fighting at Resaca, Kennesaw Mountain and Peach Tree Creek, led briefly to his promotion to corps command.
At Nashville he once again ascended to corps command and, as at Vicksburg, found himself overseeing a defeated Confederate army’s withdrawal. Confederacy, name commonly given to the Confederate States of America (–65), the government established by the Southern states of the United States after their secession from the Union.
(For the events leading up to secession and for the military operations of the Confederacy in the conflict between North and South which followed, see Civil War.). The Confederate High Command After Manassas Historian Joseph Glatthaar talked about how the Jbattle at Manassas transformed the relationships between members of the high.
Samuel Cooper (J – December 3, ) was a career United States Army staff officer, serving during the Second Seminole War and the Mexican–American gh little-known today, Cooper was also the highest-ranking Confederate general during the American Civil the conflict, he remained in Virginia as a farmer.
Groom deftly recounts the oft-told story of the incompetence displayed by the Confederate high command as it planned and executed maneuvers prior to the morning of April 6,as well as its failings once the fighting actually commenced. Alexander Hamilton Stephens () served as vice president of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War ().
A career politician, he. Leaders of the Lost Cause: New Perspectives on the Confederate High Command. Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: Stackpole Books, ISBN Hewitt, Lawrence Lee and Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr. Confederate Generals in the Western Theater, Volume 2: Essays on America's Civil War.
Knoxville, Tennessee: University of Tennessee Press, Thereafter, when the Confederate high command realized there was a major threat farther to the right, Chalmers’s Mississippians and an Alabama brigade were taken out of line and redirected to the east, where they soon fought Col.
David Stuart’s Federal brigade in the ravines near the Tennessee River. A very brief, basic look at the Confederate war effort at the national level, through a look at the civilian leadership (the president and the secretaries of war and the navy) and how logistics was handled.
From the foward, it appears that the author intentionally kept the book very brief and could have went into more detail, but he doesn't explain why he did this/5(2). In the third volume of Confederate Generals in the Western Theater, editors Lawrence Hewitt and Arthur Bergeron bring together ten more never-before-published essays filled with new, penetrating.Background.
In Lt. Gen. James Longstreet was placed in command of the Confederate Department of Virginia and North Carolina. Longstreet was given four objectives: 1) to protect Richmond, 2) give support to Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia if and when needed, 3) forage and gather supplies for the Confederate armies, 4) to capture the Union garrison at Suffolk if possible.
The Great Partnership has the power to change how we think about Confederate strategic decision-making and the value of personal relationships among senior leaders responsible for organizational survival.
Those relationships in the Confederate high command were particularly critical for victory, especially the one that existed between the two.