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AuthorSheridan, Philip Henry
DescriptionSheridan's two autobiographical volumes explored life in the United States before, during and after the 'War of Rebellion.' Sheridan was born to immigrant Irish parents who moved with the westward...
DescriptionThis study described the character and culture the African-American people have created for themselves in the United States, first as slaves and then as a free people. It pointed to the many important...
DescriptionThis short text of four chapters plus an appendix seek to meet and answer the position, set up by Earl Russell, the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1861, that the recognition of the...
TitleRoster of the First Connecticut Heavy Artillery: historical sketch and present addresses of members
DescriptionCompilation of names and places of residence for United States Civil War members of the Connecticut Heavy Artillery, "1st Ct. V.H. Artillery", circa 1890. Work included a historical sketch of the...
DescriptionAn anti-war and anti-slavery sermon that condemned President James A. Polk for the hasty annexation of Texas territory between the Nueces and Rio Grande rivers and criticized the large cost in money...
TitleHistory made visible: A synchronic chart and statistical tables of United States history by George E. Croscup, B.A.
DescriptionThis book was an attempt by two authors to visually demonstrate in text and in a charted timeline, events, large and small, in U.S. political development and in the world during the prior four...
TitleThe present crisis and its issues: an address delivered before the literary societies of Washington and Lee University
DescriptionAfter an historic overview of power shifts and the demise of nations throughout history, the speaker points to the positioning of political parties in the U.S. during the post Civil War period of...
DescriptionReport to the U.S. Secretary of War on the operations by the union armies of the U.S. under the command of Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant from the time of his appointment in March, 1864 to the...
DescriptionThis book examined discrepancies in the testimony and historical writings by Generals Pleasanton, Butterfield and Doubleday in which General Meade (1815-1872) is accused of desiring a retreat on July...
TitleReview of the Judge Advocate General of the proceedings, findings, and sentence of a general court martial held in the city of Washington, for the trial of Major General Fitz John Porter of the United States Volunteers
DescriptionJoseph Holt, Judge Advocate General in a report to President Lincoln reviewed the court martial proceedings, findings and sentence in the trial of Major General Fitz John Porter charged with...