3 edition of Inside of rebeldom: the daily life of a private in the Confederate army. found in the catalog.
Inside of rebeldom: the daily life of a private in the Confederate army.
Cannon, J. P.
|Statement||By J.P. Cannon.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, Confederate.|
|Series||Old glory library,, no. 32|
|LC Classifications||E605 .C22, Microfilm 7419 E|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 21-288 p.|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||08023285|
An Important Civil War Book Collection comprising of rare 1st edition and limited printed Confederate and Union books, manuscripts and Ephemera. A Single Estate Liquidation being known to have the best Private Confederate Book Collection in the U.S. Reminiscences of life in the army, and as a prisoner of war Richmond prisons compiled from the original records kept by the Confederate government, journals kept by Union prisoners of war, together with the name, rank, company, regiment and state of the four thousand who were confined thereSeller Rating: % positive.
Sibley Jr., F. Ray - THE CONFEDERATE ORDER OF BATTLE: THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, VOL. 1 - White Mane - 1st Edition - Only volume produced - Brand New Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket - pp - The first one-volume account of the structure of the Army of Northern Virginia as it went into battle - Includes the hierarchy of the corps. Thomas C. DeLeon. This text may be freely distributed, subject to the following restrictions: You credit Perseus, as follows, whenever you use the document: Text provided b.
The line was a wagon-road, on one side of which floated the Union Or, Seven Months in Rebel Priso7is. 6q flag, with our officers and soldiers in full uniform and armed; on the other were the rebel flag and armed officers and soldiers of the "Confederacy;" on one side was rebeldom, and on the other, as the prisoners expressed it, was "God's. Full text of "Four Years in Rebel Capitals: An Inside View of Life in the Southern " See other formats.
Mass transit management
Great Houses of Italy
1983-1984 year-end tax planning for individuals and businesses
Specimens of Bushmen folklore
Could Southern Italians cooperate?
Linear and nonlinear optical properties of molecules
Medieval houses in Wiltshire
Report on the metallic mines of the province of Leinster, in Ireland
Peters portrait of Jesus
Get this from a library. Inside of rebeldom: the daily life of a private in the Confederate army. [J P Cannon]. Inside of Rebeldom by Jabez Pugh Cannon Subtitle: The Daily Life of a Private in the Confederate Army.
my object being merely to keep a daily record of events as they occurred to me in my humble capacity of private in the Confederate army, to give a true account of personal experiences in camp, on the march, and on the field of battle, my. Inside of rebeldom, the daily life of a private in the Confederate Army.
Statement of Responsibility: by J. Cannon Authors: Cannon, Jabez P. (Main Author) Confederate States of America. Army. Alabama Infantry Regiment, 27th (Subject) Format: Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche Language: English Publication: Bethesda, Maryland: University.
Inside of Rebeldom: The Daily Life of a Private in the Confederate Army. Washington, DC: National Tribune, 27th Alabama Regiment with description of battles at Vicksburg, Jackson, and Canton. Call Number: E C Marie Haven Carlton, comp. Enumeration of Soldiers and Widows, Montgomery County, Mississippi, Senatobia Author: Lauren Rogers.
Cannon, Jabez P. Inside of rebeldom, the daily life of a private in the Confederate Army. (Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, c), FHL fiche References. Cannon, Jabez P. Inside of rebeldom, the daily life of a private in the Confederate Army.
(Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, c), FHL fiche References [ edit | edit source ]. Browse and buy a vast selection of Civil War Books and Collectibles on Enlisted in as a private in Company C, 27th Alabama Infantry. Discharged as a sergeant. After the Civil War, he was a druggist and in published “Inside of Rebeldom: The Daily Life of a Private in the Confederate Army.” Dr.
Cannon’s family owned a plantation in the Gravelly Spring community at the start of the Civil War. Travels in the Confederate States Fiche Listing 4 [Campbell, John Francis]. A short American tramp in the fall ofby the editor of "Life in Normandy.".
Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas. Fiche: Canon, J.P. Inside of rebeldom, the daily life of a private in the Confederate army. Washington, D.C., The National Tribune. Cannon, Jabez P. Inside of Rebeldom, the daily life of a private in the Confederate Army.
Washington: National Tribune, [Reprinted, microfiche] Crowson, Noel, and Brogden, John V. Bloody banners and barefoot boys: a history of the 27th Regiment Alabama Infantry, CSA (Shippensburg, PA: Burd Street Press, ) [contains muster roll] Mill.
27th Alabama - Inside of Rebeldom: The Daily Life of a Private in the Civil War Biographical Bibliographies - source listings of scholarly biographic information on Union and Confederate officers. Army Military especially the unsuccessful attempt to create a viable nation state as evidenced in both private and public life.
(cd) Cannon, Jabez P. Inside of Rebeldom, the daily life of a private in the Confederate Army. (Washington: National Tribune, [reprinted]) (h) Cannon, Jabez P.
Bloody banners and barefoot boys: a history of the 27th Regiment Alabama Infantry, CSA. by Noel Crowson and John V. Brogden. (Shippensburg, PA: Burd Street Press, INSIDE OF REBELDOM: THE DAILY LIFE OF A PRIVATE IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY. Washington, D.C. The National Tribune, First Edition.
Octavo, pages; VG-; rebound in red cloth, gilt lettering to spine; first and last page curling; pages brittle; frontispiece portrait and illustrations; shelved case 1.
More. Army--History--Civil War, United States. Army. The diaries and unit histories describe the daily life of Civil War soldiers, transportation and troop movement, health and illness, and active battle engagement. The autograph book contains signatures from Confederate prisoners of war held at Camp Chase near Columbus Ohio in.
engagement on the 28th inst.” Confederate Military Leaders Collection, Western Theatre Trans-Mississippi, Miscellaneous National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C., RG, War Department Collection of Confederate Records John B. Hood Papers George W.
Braden Service Record, 9th Mississippi, M, Compiled ServiceCited by: 1. Inside of rebeldom, the daily life of a private in the Confederate army. Washington, D.C., The National Tribune. (On cover: Old glory library, no.
32). Fiche: Carter, Howell. A cavalryman's reminiscences of the civil war. New Orleans, The American Printing Company, Ltd. n.d Fiche: af Casler, John Overton. Four years in the. Defense of Captain Henry Wirz: The New York Daily News Letters and Washington Testimony of Edward Wellington Boate.
Compiled by James West Thompson. Jackson: Jackson Civil War Roundtable, Butler, Benjamin F. Butler s Book. Boston: A. Thayer & Co., Dooley, John. John Dooley Confederate Soldier.
Georgetown: The Georgetown. The Civil War diary of Richard Colburn, an enlisted soldier of the 12th Infantry of the United States Regular Army attached to the Army of the Potomac. The diary contains entries from Decem to Febru and details camp life, daily activities, battles, and experience as a prisoner of the Confederate army.
Prisons and Prisoners of WarPRISONS AND PRISONERS OF WAR: AN OVERVIEWKevin Hillstrom LIVING AS A PRISONER OF WAR Kevin Hillstrom AFRICAN AMERICAN PRISONERS OF WAR Kevin Hillstrom PRISONER EXCHANGE AND PAROLE Robbie C.
Smith Source for information on Prisons and Prisoners of War: Gale Library of Daily Life: American Civil War. A sketch of the life of Randolph Fairfax, a private in the ranks of the Rockbridge artillery, attached to the "Stonewall brigade" and subsequently to the 1st regt.
light artillery, 2d corps, Army of northern Virginia; including a brief account of Jackson's celebrated Valley campaign. During the first two years of combat, weather permitting, the Salisbury camp was the site of daily baseball games by captured Northern soldiers.
Adolphus Magnum, a Confederate chaplain who visited the prison inwrote that a few inmates “ran like schoolboys to the play ground and were soon joining in high glee in a game of ball.”.They were pushed back to the rear of the Confederate Army to Atlanta, Macon, Milledgeville, Ga., and at last into that “hell hole,” Andersonville prison pen, where for months and months they were subjected to the horrors of a living death, until they were finally exchanged, near the close of the war.” With a range inside of 60 yards.The major, who had been a tailor prior to his military life, offered to make a uniform for one of the surgeons, but the surgeon, however, did not wear it, for one afternoon the major, in a surgeon's uniform, and Lieutenant Wilson, who by some means had obtained a Confederate private's uniform, not only walked out of the door, but all the way.