2 edition of Cincinnati during the Civil War found in the catalog.
Cincinnati during the Civil War
Louis Leonard Tucker
1962 by Ohio State University Press for the Ohio Historical Society in [Columbus] .
Written in English
Bibliography included in notes, p. 38-42
|Series||Ohio. Civil War Centennial Commission. Publications -- no.9, Publications (Ohio Civil War Centennial Commission) -- no. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
In Julythe Union Army instituted martial law in Cincinnati due to the imminent danger posed by the Confederate Morgan's Raiders. Lane Seminary is known primarily for the "debates" held there in that influenced the nation's thinking about slavery. In the camps of coastal North Carolina, for instance, recruiters from the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron displayed posters promising good pay and other amenities and urging volunteers to "Come forward and serve your Country. Not surprisingly, the coastal states contributed the largest numbers of men: New York and Pennsylvania roughly 1, each, and Massachusetts and New Jersey more than each. Blue Acorn Press.
Seriously wounded the following year, he was discharged and pensioned after a long recuperation. There have been many incidents of race-based violence before and after the Civil War with the most notable and most recent one being the Cincinnati Riots. Army during the Civil War. The fort was greatly expanded in — Franklin Case. Historian Peter Luebke provides in this reprint a index and scholarly introduction.
Similar activities were occuring in neighboring Coshocton and Knox counties. Licking County Library. This easily accessible earthwork is owned by Vista Pointe Apartments in Wilder, Kentucky ; residential construction has destroyed much of the original site. This beachhead eventually became the home port of the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, with repair and supply facilities that employed nearly a thousand contrabands. Benjamin Franklin Coates, the author brings to life and chronicles the day-to-day events of the movement of this Southern Ohio regiment.
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As many as 12, occupied the camp at any one time. Terms of sale for The Civil War Book Shop 30 day return guarantee, with full refund including shipping costs for up to 30 days after delivery if an item arrives misdescribed or damaged.
John Robert Bond, for instance, a mariner of mixed African and Irish descent from Liverpool, England, enlisted during "to help free the slaves," as his descendants recall. The book was the best-selling novel of the 19th century and the second best-selling book of the century after the Bible and is credited with helping to fuel the abolitionist cause in the United States prior to the American Civil War.
The work must also beware currently popular understandings of the black soldiers' experience.
Among the more prominent regiments raised in Cincinnati was the 9th Ohio Infantrythe first almost all-German unit to enter the Union Army. Lee, whose identity is still unknown. The Cincinnati region was a possible target for the Confederate Army due to its Ohio River location and proximity to slave states such as Kentucky and Virginiafrom which invasions could be launched.
Published here for the first time, the Civil War combat memoir of Col.
Alfred Emory Lee, an aspiring attorney recently graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University, resolved to do his part to restore the Union. Lee's Civil War. Today, only the road leading up to the fort remains.
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It also explores a number of elements that Cincinnati during the Civil War book far have been neglected, such as desertion, discipline, problems with officers, shooting of prisoners, and wanton destruction.
Smallpox especially hit one camp after another, and the men stood in terror of that scourge. A year later, they established a Soldiers' Home. He lives in Hopewell Junction, New Cincinnati during the Civil War book. It seeded many other congregations in the city, across the state, and throughout the Midwest.
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