2 edition of Biographies of Logan Countian"s [sic] in the post Civil War era found in the catalog.
Biographies of Logan Countian"s [sic] in the post Civil War era
Virgil Anson Lewis
|Other titles||Biographies of Logan Countians in the post Civil War era|
|Statement||[Virgil A. Lewis ; edited by Dana R. Dorsey].|
|Contributions||Dorsey, Dana R., Logan County Genealogical Society (W. Va.)|
|LC Classifications||CT267 .L48 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 46 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||00267403|
Civil War era maps confirm a road from Belfast on to Shelbyville, however, suggesting that with the rise of Lewisburg the road from Belfast to Cornersville may have been less used. The earliest detailed map of Marshall County I have seen, dated , shows roads which essentially follow those of . Full text of "Tennessee county history series: DeKalb County / by Thomas G. Webb ; Robert B. Jones, editor" See other formats. Sir William Edmond Logan. Sir William Edmond Logan () was a Canadian geologist who founded the Geological Survey of Canada and contributed many fruitful new ideas to the science of geology. William E. Logan was born on April 20, , in Montreal, where his father, a Scottish immigrant, was a prosperous businessman. Nov 19, · Legend holds that on November 21, , President Abraham Lincoln composes a letter to Lydia Bixby, a widow and mother of five men who had been killed in .
Jun 18, · This archive of letters were written by 28 year-old Eli Caress of Company A, 50th Indiana Infantry. Letters from this regiment are rare -- only a smattering could be found in on-line archive files. The few that remain were written later in the war and do .
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The Routledge Encyclopedia of Civil War Era Biographies is a comprehensive collection of articles on roughly individuals from the Civil War era, including people from both the years leading up to the war and the period of Reconstruction that came after.
Also included are maps of key battles, a timeline that progresses from Biographies of Logan Countians [sic] in the post Civil War era book Lincoln Author: John D.
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Service. The 13th Iowa Infantry was organized at Davenport, Iowa, and mustered in for three years of Federal service between October 18 and November 2, Its troops came primarily from the Iowa counties of Linn, Jasper, Marion, Lucas, Keokuk, Scott, Polk, Benton, Marshall and lombardspirit.comance: Union.
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The content of this print on demand book has not been changed. Each page is. Shortly after the Civil war, during which James Logan had served in the Union army under Biographies of Logan Countians [sic] in the post Civil War era book Sherman, they came to Iowa, renting land in Perry township, Tama county.
The son, Robert, was born Feb. 25,on a farm two miles northwest of Traer, and Biographies of Logan Countians [sic] in the post Civil War era book the eighth of a family of fourteen children.
The Civil War in Illinois. 72 likes. An exciting new book on the story of the Civil War in Illinois. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Press alt + / to open this menu.
Facebook. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created - May 29, Followers: The story of the 31st Illinois Volunteer Infantry began when Rep. John A. Logan climbed onto the back of a wagon in Marion’s Town Square and Biographies of Logan Countians [sic] in the post Civil War era book “the time has come when a man must be for.
Civil War Era () The period that opened with the adoption of a new state constitution saw continued growth in agricultural and industrial production.
The state’s population grew rapidly with settlers from other states but especially due to immigration from German states and Ireland. Growing debate over the role of slavery in the life.
Service. The 56th Illinois Infantry was organized at Shawneetown, Illinois and mustered into Federal service on February 27, The 56th was typically placed near the 10th Missouri in Battle plans. The regiment was mustered out on August 12, Allegiance: Union.
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A database of political history and cemeteries, with brief biographical entries forU.S. political figures, living and dead, from the s to the present. The reason for the change in location of camps was the necessity for contracting the lines nearer the post, on account of the smaller garrison then occupying it; but the danger from attack by the enemy was not so great as that incurred from disease, and, after much insistence, the commanding officer of the post permitted the regiment to move.
The Civil War was fought for a variety of reasons including economic issues, slavery, and states' rights. By looking at the life and career of John A Logan, students can examine how those themes intertwined to make the Civil War since a complex issue.
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The Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls database is a transcription of each soldier's entry in the record series, Muster and Descriptive Rolls (RS ). The database contains information about oversoldiers from Illinois who served in the Union Army during the War of the Rebellion.
9 War of the Rebellion Official Records, Vol. 24, Series 1, Part 2, pages and 10 War of the Rebellion Official Records, Vol. 24, Series 1, Part 2, pages to inclusive: Official Report of Colonel James R.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. 'An extremely useful reference /5. Oct 01, · I have original "the soldier in our civil war" book from both volumes. Expert's Assistant: I always love having an appraiser look at my stuff. Sometimes its turned out to be surprisingly valuable.
Tell us what else you do know and the Antiques Appraiser will be able to better assist you. Stanley Bradley publishing4/5(K). Jul 30, · One of the things I love about researching and then writing a book about a historical event is the numerous sub-stories that evolve.
Frequently a descendant of a Civil War veteran or somebody doing similar research fills me in on one of these stories. Apr 13, · The Logan County Courthouse’s story is among my favorites. Abraham Lincoln featured prominently in Henry Ford’s plans for Greenfield Village which revolved around the story of how everyday people with humble beginnings would go on to play important roles in American history.
Ballou then goes on to tell his dear wife that if he does not make it home, to take care of their two young sons, telling Sarah that he has full confidence that she will raise them well and that he is sure his sons will do great things with the guidance of her.
Eli Landers. Free Genealogy» Locations» Logan County IL. Logan County IL. Biographical Sketch of A. Gott. Leave a Comment / Illinois, Native American, Oklahoma / 1 minute of reading. Gott, A. (See Cordery)—Sue T., daughter of Charles, a native of Spartenberg Dist., S.
Car., and Jane (Collins) Harris, was born July 6, Was a member of. John A. Logan who helped organized the 31st Illinois Volunteers was pro-Southern before the outbreak of the war. Deciding the "Union must prevail", he joined the Northern cause and during the war become a general.
He was a Senator from Illinois from and from The Early Civil War Perspectives of an Illinois Soldier as Reflected in His Letters: Galesburg to Vicksburg. to the generalities about soldiers made by the well known historian James I.
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27 and 37, current series, from these headquarters. Lieutenant Colonel John H. Gardiner, Seventeenth Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps, commanding post, Indianapolis, Ind., will cause this sentence to be executed. Jan 08, · William Logan is referenced several times in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, court documents in conjunction with Larkin Chew.
We have assumed that either William Logan was an indentured servant of Larkin Chew, or a former indentured servant of Chew’s, or perhaps he simply worked for Chew.
[Lincoln's Censor: Milo Hascall and the Freedom of the Press in Civil War Indiana by David W. Bulla (Purdue University Press, ). Softcover, photos, maps, illustrations, tables, notes, bibliographic essay, bibliography, index.
A record of the civil and military history of the state in the war for the Union, with a history of the campaigns in which Illinois soldiers have been conspicuous, sketches of distinguished officers, the roll of the illustrious dead, movements of the sanitary and Christian commissions.
by Eddy, Thomas Mears, Chicago, Clarke & co., 2 v. The book is written by Cathy Horner, a member of CCHS Board of Governors and former State College businesswoman.
Cathy has assisted with research at the Centre County Historical Society for the past decade and co-authored the book A War, Three Women and a Tradition: The Story of Boalsburg in the Civil War that was published five years ago.
Famous Illinoisians with Civil War Ties. A request for information about John A. Logan, an Illinois Civil War General & Statesman, prompted a discussion of Illinoisians who are widely-associated with the American Civil War. We were surprised at the number we could name in just a few minutes.
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Crawford tells Williams’ story and others in his new book “Proud to Say I Am a Union Soldier: The Last Letters Home from Federal Soldiers Written during the Civil War, ”. (From manuscript of Dr.
John H. Logan, collected with a view of writing a second volume of His History of the Upper Country of South Carolina, of which he had published Volume I inand which the subsequent civil war prevented the completion.
Logan then residing at Greenwood, Abbeville district or county, S. C., but since removed to. Small Press Becoming a Big Name in Civil War History Since it began publishing inSouthern Illinois University Press has produced major works on American history, particularly from the Civi l War era.
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