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5 edition of Civil war diaries and personal narratives, 1960-1994 found in the catalog.

Civil war diaries and personal narratives, 1960-1994

a selected bibliography of books in the general collections of the Library of Congress

by Library of Congress

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  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Library of Congress in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Library of Congress -- Catalogs,
    • Soldiers -- United States -- Diaries -- Bibliography -- Catalogs,
    • Soldiers" writings, American -- Bibliography -- Catalogs,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives -- Bibliography -- Catalogs

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementcompiled by Albert E. Smith, Jr.
      ContributionsSmith, Albert E. 1943-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ1242 .L47 1998, E464 .L47 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 79 p. :
      Number of Pages79
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1002810M
      ISBN 100844409103
      LC Control Number96042144

      Each woman preferred different styles of diary books. Diary very briefly describes marches, skirmishes, battles, unit movements, and weather. He was mustered out and honorably discharged in May London: University of Georgia Press,

      Pickett, George E. To read the Civil War diary of Alice Williamsona 16 year old girl, is to meander through the personal, cultural and political experience of both the author and one's self. He was discharged for disability at Detroit MI on Aug. Margot Culley argues in A Day At A Time that diaries "urge to give shape and meaning to life with words, and to endow this meaning-making with a permanence [sic] that transcends time. Also included is a photocopy of Rix's service record. Finding aid available.

      He was mustered 1960-1994 book in Cyrena Stone, a Vermont native who settled with her husband in Georgia infound herself part of a secret Unionist community in Atlanta when the war broke out, and she kept a diary about the experience. Gwin, 4 This is a far cry from hiding your journal from the peering eyes of others. In Mordecai L. March 12th Weather moderate; so is old Payne, but as weather is changeable our general is too. The narrative describes the events and battles from Sherman's March to the Sea to Lincoln's assassination and the surrender of Lee at Appomattox.


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Civil war diaries and personal narratives, 1960-1994 by Library of Congress Download PDF Ebook

Diaries describe work details; weather; food; letters; and during the early months, he wrote down the countersigns. Riding 1960-1994 book to the door he inquired of Mr.

Finding aid and item-level index cards available. Letter from Confederate Col. Fannie Oslin Jackson, a Unionist in the north Georgia mountainsestablished a field hospital for Union troops on her farm during the fighting at nearby Resaca, and then followed the troops with a mobile hospital operation as they moved toward Atlanta.

B 2nd Regt. Letter written to a "friend. Then Joseph Hooker tries again, only to be repulsed at Chancellorsville as Stonewall Jackson turns his flank, resulting in Jackson's mortal wounding. This proves to be Lee's last clear victory of the war. From their writings, Glatthaar was able to concentrate much of his analysis on their attitudes toward Sherman, toward his "total war" approach, and toward the many civilians and Civil war diaries and personal narratives they encountered en route.

Oberlin, 1960-1994 book, Female youth during the period represented "hopeful possibilities and prospects for the country Newspaper clippings, undated, are about him, Manistee MIand Ohio Civil War Infantry regiments, including the 30th, 36th, 4th, 98th, and th.

Typed manuscript copy 20 p. Brief entries regarding health, correspondence, and daily routines. The letterhead is illustrated with a colored drawing of a Civil War soldier in uniform.

New Haven: Yale University Press, Letter to Charles Hubbard, Sr. Howard Fuller Once you have control of those facts, once you possess them, you can handle them exactly as a novelist handles his facts. Richards, the younger brother of artist Thomas Addison Richardsmoved to Atlanta from Macon after the war was under way.

Arkansas and North Carolina secede from the Union. She escaped in and joined the ranks of coastal contrabands in South Carolina, where she became a nurse to sick and wounded black Union troops as they moved down the coast from South Carolina, through Georgia, to Florida.

The activity of the text is duplicitous, it is literally filled with daily events of the war, but what the text does is synchronize the reader's movement from one entry to the next.

Letters, Mar. Cornelia Peake McDonald thought her Civil War journal was so important that she rewrote lost parts in journal form, added memories and annotations to it years later, and even hand wrote eight identical copies of the page diary for each of her children.

Cyrena Stone, a Vermont native who settled with her husband in Georgia infound herself part of a secret Unionist community in Atlanta when the war broke out, and she kept a diary about the experience. Here are 10 classics Yet since Whitman penned those words, the Civil War has become one of the most documented events in American history.

Limning the interior life of Fleming, from his battlefield desertion to his flag-bearing redemption at a Confederate rout that strongly resembles Chancellorsville, Crane testifies to that most basic of truths about war: that it is fought by men in the throes of torment.

He most remembered for Pickett's Charge. Bio: Edmonds was bron in New Brunswick, Canada.Bradford Ripley Alden Scott: Memoirs of the Civil War Carrie Berry Diary August 1, January 4, Charles Berry Senior, Letters and Diary Civil War Diary Civil War Diaries Civil War Diaries of Captain Noah Hart Civil War Diary of E.

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The collection consists of two Civil War diaries of Abram Rinker written during his service with Company B of the 52nd Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers from May - December Rinker was stationed in North and South Carolina including Beauford, Morris, James, and Folly Islands (S.C.) and Ft.

Strong (N.C.).Papers, and undated, include his handwritten Pdf Journals, documenting his life and that of the 30th Ohio Infantry, which were written after the Civil War.

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There are Personal Journals, and and typed transcriptions, and Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Civil war diaries and personal narratives, a selected bibliography of books in the general collections of the Library of Congress /.Jul 26,  · Great Civil War ebook.

A must ebook Civil War buffs. A fascinating look into the Civil War from the Confederate side from someone who actually lived through it. A wonderful read. Good book for readers who want a more personal account of the war from the civilian side of the battle/5(37).