4 edition of The Battle of Shiloh found in the catalog.
|Statement||text by Larry J. Daniel ; maps by George Skoch ; additional text by Stacy D. Allen.|
|Series||Civil War series|
|Contributions||Allen, Stacy D.|
|LC Classifications||E473.54 .D35 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||98186662|
Buy a cheap copy of Shiloh (The Civil War Battle Series, book by James Reasoner. Here the series focuses on the Mississippi River. Prior to the war, Cory Brannon had gone west to seek his fortune and joins the crew of a 5/5(5). Shiloh: A Requiem - Skimming lightly, wheeling still, O Pride of the days in prime of the months Now trebled in great renown, When before the ark of our holy cause Fell Dagon down- Dagon foredoomed, who, armed and targed, Never his impious heart enlarged Beyond that hour; God walled his power, And there the last invader charged.
Shelby Foote's "Shiloh: A Novel" is a unique telling of the Battle of Shiloh in April during America's Civil War. Told from the perspective of six different soldiers from both north and south, the reader can glimpse into lives of Civil War soldiers heading into battle/5. This fictional re-creation of the battle of Shiloh in April is a stunning work of imaginative history, from Shelby Foote, beloved historian of the Civil War. Shiloh conveys not only the bloody choreography of Union and Confederate troops through the /5(60).
(The Battle of Shiloh is also known as the battle of Pittsburg Landing). The events of the book take place from Febru , to Ap , during the Civil War. (The dates are in the book at the beginning of each chapter). This book first published in is still the definitive book on the battle of Shiloh. Wiley Sword's book is a great addition to anyone interested in the American Civil War. Shiloh,until Antietam(AKA Sharpsburg) was the bloodiest battle during the Civil War. Mr Sword's book is a comprehensive study of that battle/5.
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Amazing history. This is an excellent book on the Battle of Shiloh. It is clear that the author did his research, and used facts in his writting. The book is not only educational, but is written well enough that it is an interesting read.
It took one hundred pages for the battle of Shiloh Cited by: Originally published in by the Government Printing Office (and revised and reprinted in and ), The Battle of Shiloh and the Organizations Engaged was the official park commission history of this important battle and remains a seminal work on the subject/5(3).
Shiloh was the first really monster battle of the Civil War. To be sure, other battles of substance had occurred earlier--from Wilson's Creek in the West to First Manassas in the East.
But none was as vicious, nasty, and deadly as Shiloh. This book, by O. Edward Cunningham, represents his doctoral dissertation. A Blaze of Glory takes the reader to the western theater of the war and the battle of Shiloh.
It is the first of a new Shaara trilogy. Jeff is the son of Michael Shaara, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning Killer Angels. Gordon's Good Reads last reviewed Shaara's The Final Storm, the World War II battle of Okinawa/5(). The battle of Shiloh, fought in April in the wilderness of south central Tennessee, marked a savage turning point in the Civil War.
In this masterful book, Larry Daniel re-creates the drama and the horror of the battle and discusses in authoritative detail the political and military policies that led to Shiloh, the personalities of those who formulated and executed /5.
Shiloh was one of the bloodiest battles of the entire war, with nea men killed, wounded, and missing. Edward Cunningham, a young Ph.D. candidate studying under the legendary T. Harry Williams at Louisiana State University, researched and wrote Shiloh and the Western Campaign of in Cited by: 4.
The Battle of Shiloh THE HORNETS' NEST In answer to Prentiss's early morning pleas for assistance, at A.M., William Wallace advanced two of his brigades from their camps located west of the landing to the edge of Duncan's farm on the Eastern Corinth road.
Experts Pick the Best Civil War Books on Shiloh (Pittsburg Landing) 1. Shiloh and the Western Campaign of by O. Edward Cunningham. 50 points (2 1 st place votes) Comments: 2. Shiloh, Bloody April. by Wiley Sword. 48 points (2 1 st place votes) Comments: 3. Shiloh, The Battle That Changed the.
Also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, the Battle of Shiloh took place from April 6 to April 7,and was one of the major early engagements of the American Civil War ().
The battle began when the Confederates launched a surprise attack on Union forces under General Ulysses S. Shiloh: A Novel is a historical novel about the American Civil War battle of that name, written in by Shelby Foote. It employs the first-person perspectives of several protagonists, Union and Confederate, to give a moment-by-moment depiction of the : Shelby Foote.
The Road to Shiloh: Early Battles in the West: The Civil War by Nevin, David; Time-Life Books and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The battle of Shiloh, fought in April in the wilderness of south central Tennessee, marked a savage turning point in the Civil War.
In this masterful book, Larry Daniel re-creates the drama and the horror of the battle and discusses in authoritative detail the political and military policies 4/5(3). Groom's book takes a new look at the battle of Shiloh fought in April the first big battle of the Civil War.
While primarily a military focus, Groom makes good use of diaries, letters and post-war memoirs to give life to individuals on the battle field.4/5. Battle of Shiloh, also called Battle of Pittsburg Landing, (April 6–7, ), second great engagement of the American Civil War, fought in southwestern Tennessee, resulting in a victory for the North and in large casualties for both February, Union General Ulysses S.
Grant had taken Fort Henry on the Tennessee River and Fort Donelson on the Cumberland. The following books are suggested reading for additional insights into the Civil War and its key battles: Edward Cunningham, Shiloh and the Western Campaign of (El Dorado Hills: Savas Beatie LLC, ), Larry J.
Daniel, Shiloh: The Battle That Changed the Civil War (New York: Simon & Schuster, ), James Lee Mcdonough, Shiloh—In Hell. The Battle of Shiloh: GRANT'S LAST LINE. Throughout the afternoon, Grant had been working to build a last-ditch perimeter to defend the landing.
The semicircular line stretched from the mouth of Dill Branch on the left, anchored on the river where the Federal wooden gunboats Lexington and Tyler patrolled. From the river the new Union front.
Our Battle of Shiloh page includes history articles, battle maps, photos, web links, and the latest preservation news for this important Civil War battle in Tennessee. On the morning of April 6,40, Confederate soldiers under Gen.
Albert Sidney Johnston struck the encamped divisions of Union soldiers near Pittsburg Landing on the. E-BOOK EXCERPT. A comprehensive guide to Shiloh, one of the key battlefields of the Civil War, provides precise directions to all the important locations on the battlefield, along with more than forty detailed maps, vivid descriptions of the battle, and an analysis of the events of the engagement, key personalities involved, and the ultimate ramifications of the conflict.
The Battle of Shiloh: SECOND DAY OF BATTLE. Before dawn on April 7 the combined armies of Grant and Buell began to edge slowly forward in a massive counterattack.
Lew Wallace's division on Grant's extreme right flank, overlooking the broad valley of Tilghman Branch, led off the combat with an artillery duel with Ketchum's Alabama Battery.
“Shiloh” is rooted in two wars: the battle for women’s rights and the Civil War. Feminism was beginning to take hold in America around the same time that Norma Jean and Leroy were married. After more than fifteen years, its precepts have started to. Thus began a persistent myth of the so-called Confederate lost opportunity at Shiloh.
Immediately following the battle, Braxton Bragg had written that on the late afternoon of April 6, the Confederates were disorganized, demoralized, and exhausted. He also wrote to his wife that he was quite confident that Grant's army could be beaten the next day.
The Shiloh battlefield guide is the fifth of many Civil War guidebooks and maintained the standard started in the Gettysburg guide.
The book covers the first big battles of the American Civil War and a Battlefield Park that is the closest to the veteran's vision of "their" battle /5(5).This book, The Battle of Shiloh: A Step-by-Step Account of One of the Greatest Battles of the Civil War, is available from the following locations: Amazon eBook $ Amazon Paperbook $ Barnes&Noble eBook $