4 edition of The Civil War letters (1862-1865) of Private Henry Kauffman found in the catalog.
The Civil War letters (1862-1865) of Private Henry Kauffman
|Statement||edited by David McCordick.|
|LC Classifications||E525.5 110th .K38 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||91034380|
The American Civil War (also known by other names) was a civil war in the United States from to , fought between northern states loyal to the Union and southern states that had seceded from the Union to form the Confederate States of America. The civil war began primarily as a result of the long-standing controversy over the enslavement of black people. Whether writing about combat, illness, encampments, or homesickness, Callaway makes even the everyday aspects of soldiering interesting. This large collection, seventy-four letters in all, is a valuable historical reference that provides new insights into life behind the front lines of the Civil War.
The Aldersons’ introduction and notes are augmented by a foreword by Civil War historian Kathryn Shively Meier, and the book includes photographs, maps, and illustrations related to Guy Taylor’s life and letters. Kevin and Patsy Alderson live in rural LaFarge, Wisconsin, within fifteen miles of the Taylors’ former farmstead. Kevin taught. Letters were an important aspect of the Civil War. They bring us a history that is personal, sometimes even private, yet always revealing. We are able to learn much about the feelings of a person heading into battle, their feelings for a loved one; thoughts on mortality and God.
A collection of Short Stories, books, essays, speeches, letters, and poems that concern themselves with the American Civil War ( - ). This is a broad library containing novels like The Red Badge of Courage and Uncle Tom's Cabin, civil war stories by Ambrose Pierce, ppems from Julia Ward Howe and Emily Dickison, and historical documents including the Emancipation Proclamation, and. scarce book THE LETTERS OF JOHN S. MOSBY 1st edition, limited to w/ dj. $ $ shipping. Watch. LIFE OF GENERAL WILLIAM T SHERMAN CIVIL WAR AUTOBIOGRAPHY BOOK BATTLES+ V1. Civil War Books- Memoirs of a Jewish Confederate Veteran , Fantastic! $ 6d 14h.
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Death, Disease, and Life at War: The Civil War Letters of Surgeon James D. Benton, th and 98th New York Infantry Regiments, Christopher Loperfido out of 5 stars /5(24). "The Civil War Love Letter Quilt" is a history book, quilting guide, and touching tale of the love shared by Civil War soldiers, their sweethearts and families.
In the same innovative approach as other books of the popular letter and diary quilt-book series by Rosemary Youngs, this new guide showcases different paper pieced block patterns /5(55).
[The Civil War Letters of General Robert McAllister] will have to be consulted by all students of the Eastern campaigns. Harry Williams) About the Author. James I.
Robertson, Jr., is the author of twelve books, including The Stonewall Brigade and the award-winning Stonewall Jackson: The Man, the Soldier, the Legend/5(4). The Civil War Letters Collection was created with the CONTENTdm software's innovative new program, JPEGwhich enables materials to be displayed in a higher quality, more usable online format.
This new software includes pan and zoom capabilities which allows the user to move in and out of the image and move across the image to display the. His letters are a revealing and often moving account of a young man's growth in a time of war. (Magill Book Reviews) Russell Duncan's outstanding edition of Shaw's letters is a model for this sort of work Sustained excellence.
(Civil War Book Review) Duncan shows the human side of war as it is rarely seen an engaging by: 6. Letters Home From The Civil War. This section is dedicated to the words of those brave men and women who participated in the American Civil War and shared their experiences with friends and loved ones through the written word.
All letters archived at this site are. They are also combined in a book called My Dear Molly. The letters discuss the war, including activities in Missouri, battles, Love’s life as a soldier, and his time in Confederate prisons, in addition to detailing the love story of James and Molly.
Spanning the entire Civil War period, the letters give a full account of both the ongoing. And Civil War soldiers’ letters were not censored by the military (with prisoner-of-war mail being an exception).
If you have family, friends, or a significant other who are not Civil War enthusiasts, this book also is especially for them. Total War was an important Union tactic used in the Civil War. This form of fighting was a new way of war that appeared during the Civil War. Instead of just destroying the enemy, the soldiers who practiced total war destroyed houses, crops, and sometimes even full cities.
It demoralized and undermined the civilian’s base of war efforts. If, like me, you received a necktie with reindeer on it from Santa instead of a good Civil War book under the Christmas tree, then you might try selecting one for yourself from my own list of the top 12 Civil War books, which I offer here in the spirit of the season and, even more appropriately, as the th anniversary of the war is about to begin.
Far more books have been written about the Civil War than about any other event in American history, and Lincoln’s stack of books towers over that of any other American figure.
Any recommended reading list therefore has to be highly selective and at least somewhat arbitrary. Putting together such a list is, of course, a nearly impossible task, given the stacks and stacks of excellent books on the Civil War that have been published since Historians like to say t books, give or take a few thousand, have been written about the war, but I'd wager that estimate is way too low.
Other Sources: Duke University’s David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library. This is the guide to Civil War Resources in Duke's David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library contains a large collection of diaries and letters which are available to read at the library.
This book is a collection of letters between soldier-husband and homefront-wife from The remarkable quality about this collection is the interaction between Grant relating his military experiences and Malinda keeping him informed about their children, the farm, and friends and relatives in their community/5(5).
Writing from the field of the greatest battle ever fought on American soil, in this rare letter from Gettysburg, Private Strouss of the 57th Pennsylvania Infantry tells his mother that he is alive, unharmed, and although unsure, on July 4th, who has won, he hopes that “this Battle will end the war” so that he may return home.
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The first scholarly collection of the letters, Blue-Eyed Child of Fortune: The Civil War Letters of Colonel Robert Gould Shaw (), was edited by Russell Duncan. The book includes most of Shaw's letters and Duncan's brief biography of the officer, described as the best of those then current about him.
A middle-class New England Protestant, Twichell served for three years in a regiment manned mostly by poor Irish American Catholics. This selection of Twichell's letters to his Connecticut family will rank him alongside the Civil War's most literate and insightful firsthand chroniclers of.
Many are written from Louisiana, where the rd New York served in various capacities from December to July In addition to the Civil War letters the collection includes other family papers, most notably a group of 22 letters written by John Masterson's .One of Civil War Magazine's best Civil War books.
"Superb war letters Old 'Pap' Williams possessed an unconscious literary flair that gives simple style and force to his letters Milo Quaife has added annotation that will enlighten the casual reader and satisfy the scholar."-New York Times Book Review.
";Civil War scholars are always grateful for a volume of letters written by.The year-old retired pediatrician compiled his ancestor's letters into a book, "The Civil War in a Barrel: The War as Viewed and Lived by the Common Union Soldier.".