5 edition of The Stonewall Brigade in the Civil War (Spearhead) found in the catalog.
April 15, 2008 by Zenith Press .
Written in English
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In The Stonewall Brigade the author, a distinguished scholar of the Civil War, has given equal billing with the immortal Jackson to such soldiers as Lieutenant David Barton, The Stonewall Brigade in the Civil War book Kyd Douglas, and Private John Casler.
He has attempted to capture the camp life, the marches, the personal experiences in battle rather than concentrate on well /5(14). The Stonewall Brigade is an authentic living history association concentrated in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania dedicated to accurately portraying the common Confederate soldier of the Civil War.
Four Years in the Stonewall Brigade (American Civil War Classics) User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Released in and revised and expanded inCasler's firsthand account of his time in the Confederate Army is as much about looting and lining his pockets as about combat.
"The Stonewall Brigade in the Civil War" is a brief history of the regiment written by Patrick Hook and Steve Smith. A comprehensive history of the Stonewall Brigade it is not, but for such a short book its authors have packed it full of information. Formed primarily of men from the Shenandoah Valley, the first section in the book covers the /5(3).
The Stonewall Brigade. Stonewall Brigade. Contributed by Ethan S. Rafuse. The Stonewall Brigade was a collection of five Virginia infantry regiments and an artillery battery in the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during the American Civil War (–).
Trained and first led by Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, it was perhaps the most accomplished—and. A great history of the famous Stonewall Brigade that served in the Army Of Northern Virginia during the Civil War.
Written by DR. Robertson, this is a /5. The Stonewall Brigade is a living history association dedicated to accurately portraying soldiers and civilians of the American Civil War for over 25 years. Visit Website Website devoted to the history of the th Regiment (formed in from the regiments of the Stonewall Brigade) which was reactivated as 1st Brigade of the 29th Infantry.
This book examines the uniforms, equipment, history and organization of the Brigade and its combat experience during the American Civil War.
Detailed maps and contemporary illustrations accompany this account of their major engagements. Discussion Any comments of John Casler's book "Four Years in the Stonewall Brigade" Civil War History Discussion: Colonel Charles A.
Ronald, CSA, 4th Virginia, Stonewall Brigade: The Eastern Theater: 2: Pvt. John H. Golloday, Co E (Augusta Grays), 5th Virginia Inf. Stonewall Brigade: Civil War History Discussion. Hook and Smith devote of the book's pages to telling the Stonewall Brigade's history.
Brief sections then follow on equipment, commanders, assessment and a bibliography. The text is illustrated with dozens of b&w and color photographs, maps, charts and artwork. Reading THE STONEWALL BRIGADE IN THE CIVIL WAR brings with it mixed Author: Steve Smith.
Civil War Times Magazine. CWT Book Review: Four Years in the Stonewall Brigade. Four Years in the Stonewall Brigade Virginian John O. Casler was the quintessential anti-Confederate hero. Every memoir of the American Civil War provides us with another view of the catastrophe that changed the country forever.
But this is one of the clearest and most informative ever put into audio. As a commander in Stonewall Jackson's brigade, John Casler experienced all the horrors and comedy of the American Civil War. The Stonewall Brigade in the Civil War by Patrick Hook and Steve Smith, Zenith Press.
Organized from assorted militia companies in and near the Shenandoah Valley on Apthe 1st Brigade, Virginia Volunteers, had its character and destiny swiftly defined by its first commander, Colonel Thomas J.
Jackson. - Explore esloanave's board "Stonewall Brigade" on Pinterest. See more ideas about American civil war, Civil war photos and War pins. Other than Nolan's book on the Iron Brigade, Wert's book is the best on the entire history of the Iron Brigade.
I have also studied the history of the Stonewall brigade. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is a serious scholar of the Civil War.
Those d**n "black hats" gave as well as they got at Brawner's Farm.5/5(5). Stonewall in the Valley By Robert Tanner I have previously listed this title in my thread A Stonewall Jackson Bookshelf but as I stated there, until now I'd only read the first edition, published in This is a much newer edition published in.
"The Stonewall Brigade" by James I. Robertson Jr.,is a readable book that all Civil War history buffs will enjoy."The Stonewall Brigade" is a book that examines in-depth one of the Civil War's most recognized and exceptional son writes of the many hardships the soldiers endured while giving insight to command decisions that made these hardships /5(3).
The Texas Brigade (also known as Hood's Brigade) was an infantry formation that distinguished itself in the American Civil War.
Along with the Stonewall Brigade, they were considered the Confederate Army's shock troops. It fought in every major battle of the Eastern Theater except Chancellorsville. 2 Battle actions. 3 Orders of battle. Civil War Times“In The Stonewall Brigade, authors Hook and Smith sort out the evolution of the companies that formed the 2nd, 4th, 5th, 27th, and 33rd Virginia Infantry regiments and their supporting artillery units, and diligently explore the details of the brigade’s lofty record.A wealth of illustrations as well as vivid descriptions of the soldier’s training and living Author: Patrick Hook.
The Stonewall Brigade Museum houses a rare collection of artifacts and archival materials related to the th Infantry Regiment, 29th Division and the U. Army. The origins of the th Infantry Regiment are traced back to the early s, when it was part of the Colonial Virginia Militia.
Any Visitor to The Stonewall Brigade Museum (always Free Admission), who makes a donation of $5 or more, will receive a signed, paperback copy of "Ever Forward. The story of one of the Nation's oldest and most historic military units". Books available now thru while supplies last.
One book per person, per visit, per qualifying donation. In Repairing the "March of Mars": The Civil War Diaries of John Samuel Apperson, Hospital Steward in the Stonewall Brigade,editor John Herbert Roper provides an important supplement to this understudied aspect of the Civil War.
John Samuel Apperson was born in to a family of small freeholders who owned no slaves.2/5(1). Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Confederate States of America. -- Army. -- Stonewall Brigade. United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Regimental histories. United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Campaigns.
View all subjects; More like. In The Stonewall Brigade the author, a brilliant young scholar of the Civil War, has given equal billing with the legendary Jackson to such soldiers as Lieutenant David Barton, Captain Kyd Douglas, and Private John Casler.
The Stonewall Brigade was an infantry brigade in the Confederate army during the American Civil got its name from Thomas J. Jackson, the first commander of the the First Battle of Bull Run, Jackson got the nickname of "Stonewall".The brigade became one of the most famous brigades of the Civil War.
The brigade had five regiments: 2nd Virginia Infantry, 4th. Four Years in the Stonewall Brigade by John O. Casler Published inthis is the recollections of John Casler while in the service of the Confederacy and being a member of the Stonewall Brigade during the Civil War/5(10).
In The Stonewall Brigade the author, a distinguished scholar of the Civil War, has given equal billing with the immortal Jackson to such soldiers as Lieutenant David Barton, Captain Kyd Douglas, and Private John Casler.
He has attempted to capture the camp life, the marches, the personal experiences in battle rather than concentrate on well Brand: Louisiana State University Press. Buy The Stonewall Brigade Reissue by James I Robertson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Betsy S wrote a review Aug History of the unit that was and became the Stonewall Brigade.4/5(10). Check out this great listen on Apmarked the date Southern forces started pouring into Harper’s Ferry, Virginia. Six days earlier, shots had been fired at Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, marking the beginning of.
"Always mystify, mislead, and surprise the enemy" were the words that drove Stonewall Jackson, one of the most famous generals in the Civil War's Confederate Army.
S.C. Gwynne's new book, Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson, tells Jackson's story in an engaging narrative with a pace that never flags. Born to parents who. The Stonewall Brigade served in the eastern theatre throughout the war, becoming part of General Robert E Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia, and participating in almost every one of its major battles.
The American Civil War was characterised by. Various styles of uniform worn by men and women of the Stonewall Brigade, spanning some + years of history of the Virginia Citizen Soldier.
The time period we see here is approximately from the Civil War () to the present day, although the history of the unit can be traced back to –the ninth oldest unit within the United States 5/5. From the Back Cover.
A valuable and entertaining document that should find a place among the enduring books on the Civil War.
About the Author. James I. Robertson, Jr. is the author or editor of numerous books about the Civil War, including the award-winning Stonewall Jackson: The Man, the Soldier, the Legend; General A.P.
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$ 0 bids. $ shipping 🔥 LIFE CAMPAIGNS STONEWALL JACKSON_CIVIL WAR_BULL RUN_CONFEDERATE UNION BATTLES. $ Was:. The Stonewall Brigade is the most famous fighting unit of the American Civil war, not least for their losses - only ragged, footsore survivors form an initial muster of 6.
Officially, it was Virginia's First Brigade. Their status changed forever at the Battle of First Manassas. Attacked by seemingly overwhelming Federal forces, the brigade held their line, earning them and their.
And like the Stonewall Brigade, its losses were heavy; Company E sustained over 60 per cent casualties in the war and was commanded by a sergeant when surrender came at Appomattox.
Both works are well-written and competently organized, although Colonel Simpson's attempt to bring in the story of domestic affairs in McLennan County during the.
Stonewall Jackson, byname of Thomas Jonathan Jackson, (born JanuClarksburg, Virginia [now in West Virginia], U.S.—diedGuinea Station [now Guinea], Virginia), Confederate general in the American Civil War, one of its most skillful tacticians, who gained his sobriquet “Stonewall” by his stand at the First Battle.
Jeffry D. Wert is the author of eight previous books on Civil War topics, most recently Cavalryman of the Lost Cause and The Sword of articles and essays on the Civil War have appeared in many publications, including Civil War Times Illustrated, American History Illustrated, and Blue and Gray.A former history teacher at Penns Valley High School, he lives in Centre Format: Ebook.
Books On Jackson’s Valley Campaign (and the Romney Campaign) This is a review and summary of Thomas M. Rankin’s H.E. Howard “Virginia Civil War Battles and Leaders Series” book entitled Stonewall Jackson’s Romney Campaign: January 1 – Febru The book traces Jackson’s unsuccessful campaign to take back some of the northwestern Virginia.
The Stonewall Brigade: The History of the Most Famous Confederate Combat Unit of the Civil War eBook: Charles River Editors: : Kindle Store/5(2).Stonewall Jackson's farewell address to his brigade as he left to receive his promotion to Major General, October 4, This army stays here until the last wounded man is removed.
Before I leave them to the enemy, I will lose many more men.This book is about General Thomas J (`Stonewall) Jackson's elite infantry brigade in the first three years of the Civil War; they were otherwise known as `Jackson's Foot Cavalry'. Like most early men-at-arms titles, the book focuses at least as much on the history of .