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I Survived The Battle Of Gettysburg 1863 I Survived 7

Author: Lauren Tarshis
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545532256
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The bloodiest battle in American history is under way . . . It's 1863, and Thomas and his little sister, Birdie, have fled the farm where they were born and raised as slaves. Following the North Star, looking for freedom, they soon cross paths with a Union soldier. Everything changes: Corporal Henry Green brings Thomas and Birdie back to his regiment, and suddenly it feels like they've found a new home. Best of all, they don't have to find their way north alone-they're marching with the army. But then orders come through: The men are called to battle in Pennsylvania. Thomas has made it so far . . . but does he have what it takes to survive Gettysburg?

I Survived The Battle Of Gettysburg 1863

Author: Lauren Tarshis
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
ISBN: 9780545459365
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Witnessing the harrowing events of the Civil War from the Pennsylvania sidelines, 11-year-old Henry endures the most grueling challenges of his life throughout a hot July week when he becomes inadvertently involved in the historic battle. Original.

Kids Home Library Volume I

Author: Lee Littlewood
Publisher: Creators Publishing
ISBN: 1942448554
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Lee Littlewood is a nationally syndicated columnist for Creators Syndicate. This is a collection of the very best of Kids’ Home Library from 2014.

Early Photography At Gettysburg

Author: William A. Frassanito
Publisher: Thomas Publications (PA)
ISBN:
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This book is the best and most complete study of Gettysburg photography. It is the long-awaited companion to Gettysburg: A Journey in Time. In the 20 years since Journey, Frassanito has uncovered many more never-before published photos of people and places significant to Gettysburg's early history as well as new information on commonly known photos, presented in a clear format. One of the greatest battlefields in the world was documented when the field still looked essentially as it did at the time of the battle. Frassanito focuses on the period between 1859 and 1869, a period that begins with the earliest outdoor photograph known to have been recorded in the town, through the photographic series which comprised the last substantial postwar coverage of the field itself before the memorial craze adorned the area with monuments and avenues. - Publisher.

A Strange And Blighted Land

Author: Gregory Ashton Coco
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ISBN:
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This volume covers the more dismal side of the Gettysburg campaign: burials of Union and Confederate corpses, removal of the 3,000 horses killed, care of the wounded, descriptions of field hospitals, disposition of POWs, cleanup of the battle ground, collection of weapons, early relic hunters, battlefield guides, and a tour of the grim and bloody fields as described by a host of early visitors.

Confederate Casualties At Gettysburg

Author: John W. Busey
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476624364
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This reference book provides information on 24,000 Confederate soldiers killed, wounded, captured or missing at the Battle of Gettysburg. Casualties are listed by state and unit, in many cases with specifics regarding wounds, circumstances of casualty, military service, genealogy and physical descriptions. Detailed casualty statistics are given in tables for each company, battalion and regiment, along with brief organizational information for many units. Appendices cover Confederate and Union hospitals that treated Southern wounded and Federal prisons where captured Confederates were interned after the battle. Original burial locations are provided for many Confederate dead, along with a record of disinterments in 1871 and burial locations in three of the larger cemeteries where remains were reinterred. A complete name index is included.

Photography And The American Civil War

Author: Jeff L. Rosenheim
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 0300191804
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Published to coincide with the 150th anniverary of the battle of Gettysburg, features both familiar and rarely seen Civil War images from such photographers as George Barnard, Mathew Brady, and Timothy O'Sullivan.

The 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry At Gettysburg

Author: Martin Bertera
Publisher: Morningside Bookshop
ISBN:
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The 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry was one of the first Michigan regiments to answer President Lincoln's call for troops in 1861. The regiment served from June 1861 through June 1864 with the focus primarily on the 4th Michigan role during their action at New Bridge, on May 24, 1862 just five miles outside the Confederate capital in Richmond Virginia. Under the command of Colonel Dwight A. Woodbury, the 4th Michigan would suffer casualties but not as severe as they would be in future battles such as, Gains Mill, Malvern Hill, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, and Wilderness.

We Were There At The Battle Of Gettysburg

Author: Alida Sims Malkus
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486782468
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Expert-approved, illustrated novel unfolds in a small Pennsylvania town, where Confederate and Union troops converge for a decisive confrontation. A dramatic series of adventures features cameos by Lee, Lincoln, and other historical figures.

Widows By The Thousand

Author: Theophilus Perry
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781557286215
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This collection of letters written between Theophilus and Harriet Perry during the Civil War provides an intimate, firsthand account of the effect of the war on one young couple. Perry was an officer with the 28th Texas Cavalry, a unit that campaigned in Arkansas and Louisiana as part of the division known as “Walker’s Greyhounds.” His letters describe his service in a highly literate style that is unusual for Confederate accounts. He documents a number of important events, including his experiences as a detached officer in Arkansas in the winter of 1862–63, the attempt to relieve the siege of Vicksburg, mutiny in his regiment, and the Red River campaign, just before he was killed in the battle of Pleasant Hill. Harriet’s writings allow the reader to witness the everyday life of an upper-class woman enduring home front deprivations, facing the hardships and fears of childbearing and childrearing alone, and coping with other challenges resulting from her husband’s absence.