5 edition of The Sword of Antietam a Story of the Nation"s Crisis found in the catalog.
April 1, 2005
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
Disunion America’s Bloodiest Day. More Americans died on Sept. 17, , at the Battle of Antietam, than any other day in history. The series is not at all intended to be a "best" book list but rather a reasonably broad representation of the available literature of a given topic (as much as you can do in only 5 books!). For this reason, it will tend to avoid big subjects with massive coverage in the literature. I only did the Battle of Antietam because of the anniv.
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Battle of Antietam joins his other battle-field guides to Ball’s Bluff and First and Second Bull Run. He was a contributor to the Center’s publication The Story of the Non-commissioned Officer Corps; the author of Rhineland, a brochure in the Center’s series commemorating the fiftieth anniversary ofFile Size: 2MB. Buy a cheap copy of Before Antietam: The Battle for South book by John Michael Priest. Civil War buffs and scholars quickly recognize the dates of September , as the period marking the bloodiest battle of the entire campaign--Antietam. But Free shipping over $Cited by: 6.
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Price New from 4/5(16). The Sword of Antietam, a story of the nation's crisis () The Civil War Series Book #4 Two days after the battle of Antietam, Dick went with Colonel Winchester to Washington on official duty.
His nerves, shaken so severely by that awful battle, were not yet fully restored and he was glad of the little respite, and change of scene.4/5(16). Get this from a library. The sword of Antietam: a story of the nation's crisis. [Joseph A Altsheler]. The Sword of Antietam A Story of the Nation's Crisis book.
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AppletonPages: THE SWORD OF ANTIETAM. A STORY OF THE NATION'S CRISIS. By Joseph A. Altsheler. FOREWORD "The Sword of Antietam" tells a complete story, but it is one in the chain of Civil War romances, begun in "The Guns of Bull Run" and continued.
Full text of "The sword of Antietam:b a story of the nation's crisis" See other formats. Buy the book. This is the most popular standard account of the Maryland Campaign of and the Battle of Antietam.
Easily affordable and well-written, Sears’ Landscape Turned Red is an excellent introduction to the topic. Sears does have a bit of a Northern bias and tends to simplify the controversies of the campaign such as Lee’s Lost Order, but if you haven’t read anything about the. THE SWORD OF ANTIETAM A STORY OF THE NATION’S CRISIS By Joseph A.
Altsheler FOREWORD “The Sword of Antietam” tells a complete story, but it is one in the chain of Civil War romances, begun in “The Guns of Bull Run” and continued. The Sword of Antietam by Joseph A. Altsheler. Paperback $ Hardcover. $ Paperback. $ NOOK Book. Amy Foster is a story by Joseph Conrad written in A poor emigrant from Central Europe sailing from Hamburg to America is shipwrecked off the coast of England.
This allows us to preserve the book accurately and Pages: I personally liked this one The Gleam of Bayonets: Battle of Antietam and Robert E. Lee's Maryland Campaign, September by James V. Murfin. Antietam: The Soldiers Battle by John Michael Priest is one amazing book and one of the best books on Antietam as is To Antietam Creek: The Maryland Campaign of September by D.
Scott Hartwig. I enjoyed this author's other book, Before Antietam: The Battle of South Mountain, so much that I had to read this book as well and I was not disappointed.I found it hard to compare this book with Stephen Sear's book Landscape turned Red as I enjoyed that book just as much if not more.
The two authors present this battle in their own way and I would not say one book was better than the other /5(11). Antietam campaign (ăntē´təm), Sept.,of the Civil the second battle of Bull Run, Gen. Robert E. Lee crossed the Potomac to invade Maryland and Pennsylvania.
At Frederick, Md., he divided (Sept. 10) his army, sending Stonewall Jackson to capture the large Union garrison at Harpers Ferry and thus clear his communications through the Shenandoah valley. Read Chapter XIV.
Seeking Bragg of The Sword of Antietam by Joseph A. Altsheler. The text begins: They took Dick to the house of his relatives, the Careys, in Danville, and in a few days he learned the sequel of that sudden and terrible storm of death at Perryville.
Buell had gathered all his forces in the night, and in the morning had intended to attack again, but the Confederate army was. This is the most popular standard account of the Maryland Campaign of and the Battle of Antietam.
Easily affordable and well-written, Sears’ Landscape Turned Red is an excellent introduction to the topic. Sears does have a bit of a Northern bias and tends to simplify the controversies of the campaign such as Lee’s Lost Order, but if you haven’t read anything about the Battle of.Facts About The Battle Of Antietam (a.k.a.
Battle Of Sharpsburg) during the American Civil War. Battle Of Antietam Summary: The Battle of Antietam, a.k.a. Battle of Sharpsburg, resulted in not only the bloodiest day of the American Civil War, but the bloodiest single day in all of American primarily on Septembetween the town of Sharpsburg, Maryland, and Antietam.