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South after Gettysburg

Hancock, Cornelia

South after Gettysburg

letters, 1863-1868.

by Hancock, Cornelia

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Published by T. Y. Crowell Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African Americans -- Education -- South Carolina,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Hospitals

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited by Henrietta Stratton Jaquette. Foreword by Bruce Catton. Drawings by Edward Shenton.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination288 p.
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13542861M
    LC Control Number56010899

    Feb 27,  · Ok, I admit that I am outside the mainstream on this one. Gettysburg, Vicksburg are seen as the “Turning point” the Confederate high tide was at the stone wall on July 3, I reject that. Did the South have the opportunity to win the war at an. Photo by smokejmt. Links to Individual Top 10 Gettysburg Book Lists. These Civil War bloggers released their Top 10 Civil War Books on the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg on their own blogs over the three day anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg from July ,

    Apr 04,  · Much of interest in the life of the monthly meetings themselves is incidentally portrayed as their educational ventures are recounted.T. K. B., Jr. South After Gettysburg. Letters of Cornelia Hancock from the Army of the Potomac Edited by Henrietta Stratton Jaquette. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, xiii+ pp. South After Gettysburg: Letters of Cornelia Hancock, by Cornelia Hancock. () We see that javascript is disabled or not supported by your browser - javascript is needed for important actions on the site.

    Covers parts of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, focusing on the Gettysburg area south through Sharpsburg and Frederick City, Md., and ending around Harpers Ferry, Va. [now dr-peshev.com]. At the end of June , Union and Confederate troops were moving towards Gettysburg, Pa. The conflict at Gettysburg was fought July with Confederate troops retreating south after that time. Sneden . Many historical accounts have been written documenting the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War. In "If the South Won Gettysburg" author Mark Nesbitt makes a dramatic hypothetical examination of precisely that theory: What if the South won at Gettysburg as a result of a change in the South's battle tactics? What would have been the fate of this great nation?4/5(1).


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Jun 30,  · South After Gettysburg: Letters of Cornelia Hancock, Paperback – October 15, by Cornelia Hancock (Author), Henrietta Stratton Jaquette (Editor), Edward Shenton (Illustrator) & out of 5 stars 1 customer review. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions 5/5(1).

Apr 03,  · South After Gettysburg: Letters of Cornelia Hancock from the Army of the Potomac, Preview this book she opened a school for African Americans in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.

In Philadelphia, she founded several charity organizations. She was a board member of the Children's Aid Society () and helped children. South after Gettysburg: letters of Cornelia Hancock, Cornelia Hancock, Henrietta Stratton Jaquette. Crowell Co., - United States - pages.

0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. South after Gettysburg: letters of Cornelia Hancock. Get this from a library. South after Gettysburg; letters of Cornelia Hancock. [Cornelia Hancock; Henrietta Stratton Jaquette] -- A collection of wartime letters by Cornelia Handcock who was a celebrated volunteer nurse, who served the injured and infirmed of the Union Army during the American Civil War.

The second part is her. The Confederate Army of Northern Virginia began its Retreat from Gettysburg on July 4, Following General Robert E.

Lee's failure to defeat the Union Army at the Battle of Gettysburg (July 1–3, ), he ordered a retreat through Maryland and over the Potomac River to relative safety in dr-peshev.com Union Army of the Potomac, commanded by Maj.

Gen. George G. Meade, was unable to. These letters, written betweenby a girl in her twenties, were turned over to Henrietta Jaquette, granddaughter of a cousin, for safe keeping, and today are as fresh and lively as when they were received by her mother, sister, and other relatives.

In these days, when primary source material on the Civil War alone adds new facets to a many times told tale, Cornelia Hancock's letters. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.

The Maps of the Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns: An Atlas of the Battles and Movements in the Eastern Theater after Gettysburg, Including Rappahannock (Savas Beatie Military Atlas Series). Gen. Ulysses S. Grant led a day siege on Vicksburg that ended with the town's surrender on July 4, -- the day after the Battle of Gettysburg ended.

Perhaps less theatrically dramatic than Gettysburg, Vicksburg was equally, if not more, important to the dr-peshev.com: Tiffany Connors. Apr 29,  · Gettysburg: The battle and its aftermath What if Meade had pursued Lee more aggressively after Gettysburg.

is Michael Shaara’s “The Killer Angels,” the book. After the war, she opened a school for African Americans in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. In Philadelphia, she founded several charity organizations.

She was a board member of the Children's Aid Society () and helped children orphaned after the Johnstown dr-peshev.com: $ Jan 30,  · My first book was a children's book: The Little Drummer Boy.

It won an award and boosted my confidence. I had been collecting ghost stories of the Gettysburg area since I first arrived, so I decided to approach a local publisher to see if they'd be interested in a book about the Ghosts of Gettysburg. The first ghost book came out in Brand: Second Chance Publications.

Description not available. Evan on a sand-hill one may acquire a reputation for independence of character bordering on eccentricity by doing nothing more than going quietly one’s own way and letting one’s neighbor go his; and this was the reputation my family had acquired in the little village of Hancock’s Bridge, New Jersey, long before the Civil War broke out.

The south winning the Battle of Gettysburg is a popular premise for a point of divergence in American Civil War alternate histories. Here are some examples which either depict or make significant reference to an alternate Battle of Gettysburg (sometimes simply inserting fantasy or Location: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Jul 01,  · How the Battle of Gettysburg Turned the Tide of the Civil War a history professor at Oklahoma State University and the author of On A But Union troops still held the high ground south of.

The South in Defeat, Lee's Retreat From Gettysburg, After perhaps a minute or two, he suddenly straightened up to his full height, and turning to me with more animation and excitement of manner than I had ever seen in him before, for he was a man of wonderful equanimity, he said in a voice tremulous with emotion: 'I never saw.

South After Gettysburg Letters of Cornelia Hancock from the Army of the Potomac, Cornelia Hancock. Edited by Henrietta Stratton Jaquette.

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Early life Boyhood. James Longstreet was born on January 8, in Edgefield District, South Carolina, an area that is now part of North Augusta, Edgefield dr-peshev.com was the fifth child and third son of James Longstreet (), of Dutch descent, and Mary Ann Dent () of English descent, originally from New Jersey and Maryland respectively, who owned a cotton plantation close to Battles/wars: Mexican–American War, American.

Gettysburg by Sears is a military study of the Gettsyburg Campaign, beginning just after the Battle of Chancellorsville and ending with the retreat of the Army of Northern Virginia across the Potomac River in mid-July The strengths of the book - or maybe more accurately my prior weaknesses - come prior to the battle and after the battle/5.

Sep 26,  · Larry, I hope you enjoy the book. As my next several volumes on the period after Gettysburg and before Grant will show Meade, and Lee, as well as their troops and respective governments did a great deal in Virginia between August 1 and December 31, Aug 13,  · LOST TRIUMPH: LEE'S REAL PLAN AT GETTYSBURG AND WHY IT FAILED, by Tom Carhart, Ph.D.

Putnam Publishing Group. pages. $ M Y OWN OBSESSION with Civil War history began in when, at the.Sep 13,  · After Battle of Gettysburg, a grisly but noble enterprise to honor the fallen If the soldier was from the South, he was left in place, and his grave closed up again.

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