7 edition of The last great Stoneman raid. found in the catalog.
Written in English
The author belonged to Company C, 12th Ohio cavalry.
|Statement||By Wm. Bushong ... Delivered at the regimental reunion held at Bellefontaine, 1910.|
|LC Classifications||E477.9 .B97|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||12019371|
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"Stoneman's Last Raid" is an account of General George Stoneman's raid that covered parts of Southwestern Virginia, Eastern Tennesse and Western North Carolina.
The majority of the raid happened in Northwestern North Carolina, close to my hometown of Winston-Salem, hence, the natural interest in /5(2). The last book concerning Stoneman's Raid was almost 50 years ago. Surely some new information has come up since then.
A lifelong Civil War buff, I have always been interested in Civil War events of the great state of North Carolina. Past sales jobs have allowed me to travel in Northwestern and Western NC, Southwestern VA, and Eastern TN /5(10). Based on exhaustive research in 34 repositories in 12 states and from more than books and newspapers, Hartley's book tells the complete story of Stoneman's raid for the first time.
From the Author: George Stoneman's Union cavalry raid did much for his tattered reputation, perhaps even helping the major general to the governorship. Stoneman's raid was a cavalry operation led by General George Stoneman that preceded the start of the Battle of Chancellorsville in the American Civil War.
3 Stoneman's Raid. 7 External links. General George Stoneman. In AprilMajor General Joseph Hooker put his army in motion to force Lee out of his Fredericksburg positions. He sent Location: Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
(pencil drawings). Title from front end paper. Includes select landowners. Label mounted on cover: Treasurer of the Confederate States in account with Wm.
Thomas Hardy, Capt. & Asst. Qr M., C.S.P.A. Statement of responsibility taken from front flyleaf. Inscription on p. 2 of back flyleaf: Head Quarters of Bvt.
Brig. Genl. Palmer. Book - in charge of Sergt. The Stoneman Gazette was a daily online newspaper throughout the th anniversary of Stoneman's Raid, a Civil War campaign spanning six Southern states in the spring of We continue to publish occasionally.
This blog includes well over stories, stacked like newspapers with the most recent editions on : Tom Layton. The last fortnight of Stoneman's Raid was essentially a manhunt for Jefferson Davis.
Yankees called him the “Prince of Traitors,” and rebels never exalted their president like they did their generals. The Confederacy and his administration were doomed from the start. But Davis turned out to be more of a sympathetic character than I : Tom Layton. The 12th Ohio Cavalry was a cavalry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War Service.
The 12th Ohio Cavalry was organized at Camp Taylor in Cleveland, Ohio, and mustered The Last Great Stoneman Raid (S.l.: s.n.), [author served in Company C]Branch: Cavalry. Prior to that, Hartley authored Stoneman's Raid,which was published by John F.
Blair, Publisher. The book won the Willie Parker Peace Prize from the N.C. Society of Chris J. Hartley is the author of several nonfiction books/5. National Tribune. The End of the War. A Raid Into Alabama in the Summer of - The Last Blood Shed in the War.
A.H. Thomson. October 20th, 12th Cavalry. The Last Great Stoneman Raid. Bushong. Delivered at the Regimental Reunion Held at Bellefontaine, EB97 Library of Congress.
"Stoneman's Great Raid; Details of the Great Raid into East Tennessee and Southwestern Virginia. STONEMAN, with the assistance of Gens. GILLEM and BURBRIDGE, has certainly established his authority and standing as the great raider.
Based on exhaustive research in 34 repositories in 12 states and from more than books and newspapers, Hartley's book tells the complete story of Stoneman's raid for the first time. About the Author: Chris J. Hartley has worked in marketing and communications for several large companies.
His latest book is The Lost Soldier (Stackpole Books, ). It follows the ordeal of a World War II draftee and his family from the home front to the Huertgen Forest. Prior to that, Hartley authored Stoneman's Raid,which was published by John F.
Blair, Publisher/5. The first title is a actually a short story, (seven pages), and is The Last Great Stoneman Raid,written by William H. Bushong, (), William who was born in Ohio, served during the Civil War, as a Corporal in Company C of the 12th Ohio Cavalry.
Following the Civil War, William married Josephine McDonald, () in Logan. Stoneman's Raid was one of the last cavalry raids of the war. This raid is the inspiration for The Band's "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" and background for a TV movie.
The author did not come to the raid via the book or the movie but grew up in the area of the raid. A self-confessed "history geek", this was the main event in local history.5/5(1). Always generating a great deal of interest among readers, cavalry raid studies comprise a large segment of the Civil War military literature, and Stoneman's Raid, ranks among the best of the genre.
Exhaustively researched, and with an all embracing treatment of the subject, the book is also beautifully presented in a fine cloth edition.
Stoneman's Raid,Pfafftown, NC. likes. In the spring ofFederal Maj. Gen. George Stoneman led a cavalry raid deep into the Confederacy. Welcome to the Facebook. Stoneman’s Raid was one of the last cavalry raids of the war.
This raid is the inspiration for The Band’s “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down” and background for a TV movie. The author did not come to the raid via the book or the movie but grew up in the area of the raid.
Born Augin Busti, New York, George Stoneman was an graduate of West Point. A roommate there of Thomas J. Jackson, the New Yorker had subsequently enjoyed little of “Stonewall’s” military success, starting with Stoneman’s much-criticized Chancel-lorsville raid.
Stoneman’s Raid: succeeds on several fronts. First, Hartley has thoroughly researched the people and events associated with the raid. He offers sketches of dozens of participants and displays the evidence of the depth of his research in.
Stoneman's Last Raid fellows ; no hope of exchange to keep them alive Ridiculous guard lines, of course In the month of March,there were 1, prisoners, of whom had been under medical treatment, and during that month only one had died.
During that quarter of the year there had been cases of sickness and three deaths. The Stonewall Riots were followed by several days of demonstrations in New York and was the impetus for the formation of the Gay Liberation .Stoneman’s North Carolina Raid AugustWith Len Riedel, from Winston-Salem, NC A BGES Weekend Warrior Program Itinerary Sunday, Aug PM.
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