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Reports dated June 1-Aug. 27, 1862, and signed by P.H. Sheridan as commander of the 2d Michigan Cavalry and of the 2d Brigade, Cavalry Division, Army of the Mississippi.
|Contributions||Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888.|
|LC Classifications||E473.56 .R4|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||68050147|
My only point of reference for Coffeeville is the section (Chapter V "Race for the Yalobusha") contained in the first volume of Ed Bearss's classic Vicksburg Campaign trilogy, and Don Sides's The Essential Guide to the Battle of Coffeeville, Mississippi: December 5, (Author, ) is the first book length treatment of the engagement. There seems to be broadstroke agreement . The Battle of Fredericksburg was fought December 11–15, , in and around Fredericksburg, Virginia, in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil combat, between the Union Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside and the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia under General Robert E. Lee, was part of the Union Army's futile frontal attacks on December 13 against Location: Spotsylvania County and . Chapter XXII - Operations in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Mississippi, North Alabama, and Southwest Virginia. Mar 4- Part I -- Reports Part II -- Correspondence, etc. Volume XI - in Three Parts. (Vol. 11, Chap. 23) Chapter XXIII - The Peninsular Campaign, Virginia. Mar Sep. 2, Part I -- Reports, Mar Jun [table striped="true" responsive="true"]"The matter of publishing the official records of the Civil War seems to have been considered by Congress as early as (Stat. L. v. 13, p. )." Other acts followed from time to time, and the work was carried on in a more or less desultory fashion until Decem , when Captain Robert N. Scott, later.
Scale ca. , LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), From Report of the Secretary of the Navy, with an appendix, containing reports from officers. December, (Washington, Government Printing Office, ). fol. p. Map of the attack of the Yazoo Pass Expedition on Confederate Fort Pemberton, near Greenwood, Mississippi, March-April, Map illustrates "Addition report of. Author of Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army, Personal memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, Record of Engagements with hostile Indians within the military division of the Missouri, from to , Lt. Gen. P.H. Sheridan, commanding, Philip Henry Sheridan papers, Indian fighting in the fifties in Oregon and Washington Territories, Civil War Memoirs, Reports of operations. Honorable Reports: Battles, Campaigns, and Skirmishes Civil War Records and Research. Fall , Vol. 27, No. 3. By Michael P. Musick From the moment the first mortar shell arched into the early morning darkness and exploded over Fort Sumter, popular attention to the sectional struggle in America has been riveted on particular military clashes. The Peninsula campaign (also known as the Peninsular campaign) of the American Civil War was a major Union operation launched in southeastern Virginia from March through July , the first large-scale offensive in the Eastern operation, commanded by Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, was an amphibious turning movement against the Confederate States Army in Northern Virginia, Location: Virginia Peninsula, between the York .
war of the rebellion: official records of the union and confederate navies This listing is for a near set of original first edition US Government issue official records of the Civil War. Below you will find a description of their origin as found on Wikipedia but there are numerous sources available online if you would wish to research Rating: % positive. An account book and personal journal which may have been that of John M. Anderson, a planter who was engaged in making salt for the Confederate government in Texas during the Civil War. The bulk of the diary describes movements around Oxford and Northern Mississippi in Location: Small Manuscripts (4 folders).Author: Lauren Rogers. The book then covers all of the major military operations, including the campaign for and siege of Vicksburg, and battles at Iuka and Corinth, Meridian, Brice’s Crossroads, and Tupelo. The colorful cast of characters includes such household names as Sherman, Grant, Pemberton, and Forrest, as well as a host of other commanders and soldiers. Throughout the Peninsula Campaign, McClellan failed to achieve unity of command. His difficulties in establishing such a rela-tionship with Goldsborough can be partially explained by the under-developed stage of joint operations at the time. Nonetheless, McClellan can be faulted for failing to establish unity of effort through the personalCited by: 3.