The Bivouac and the Battlefield Or Campaign Sketches in Virginia and Maryland

The Bivouac and the Battlefield  Or  Campaign Sketches in Virginia and Maryland

At the battle of Vittoria the English are supposed to have killed or wounded one of
the enemy for every 800 balls fired . An English officer states that at the battle of
Cherubusco the Mexicans killed or wounded an American for every 800 balls ...

Author: George Freeman Noyes

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433081764007

Category: United States

Page: 339

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Categories: United States

The Camp the Bivouac and the Battlefield

The Camp  the Bivouac  and the Battlefield

Coleman back to the summit of the hill , where again on the field of battle , though
far in advance of the previous night's bivouac , our exhausted but victorious
brigade threw themselves on the ground , and slept amidst the ghastly forms of
the ...

Author: Washington Lafayette Gammage

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435010960854

Category: Arkansas Infantry

Page: 150

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Categories: Arkansas Infantry

The Camp

The Camp

Author: Washington Lafayette Gammage

Publisher:

ISBN: LCCN:58012936

Category: United States

Page: 150

View: 137

Categories: United States

Historical Report on the Troop Movements for the Second Battle of Manassas August 28 Through August 30 1862

Historical Report on the Troop Movements for the Second Battle of Manassas  August 28 Through August 30  1862

6 ; Uberto Burnham , MS " 2nd Bull Run Battle , " Uberto Burnham Papers , New
York State Library ; D. M. Perry , " From the Rapidan to Groveton , " National
Tribune , March 31 , 1892 ; George F. Noyes , The Bivouac and the Battlefield (
New ...

Author: John Hennessy

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433044471500

Category: Bull Run, 2nd Battle of, Va., 1862

Page: 580

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Categories: Bull Run, 2nd Battle of, Va., 1862

Lights and Shadows of Army Life Or Pen Pictures from the Battlefield the Camp and the Hospital

Lights and Shadows of Army Life  Or  Pen Pictures from the Battlefield  the Camp  and the Hospital

vastly different from war as written on the long , weary march , the bivouac , and
the battlefield . It is vastly different as seen from the cozy parlor fireside , through
the page of a book or the columns of the daily paper , and seen from amid the ...

Author: William Wallace Lyle

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0017719444

Category: United States

Page: 395

View: 496

Categories: United States

Final Report on the Battlefield of Gettysburg

Final Report on the Battlefield of Gettysburg

occupy their places and visit this battlefield , what more eloquent eulogy , what
more fitting epitaph can they have , who ... The long and weary march from
Stafford Court House , in the State of Virginia , which preceded the battle ; the
bivouac at ...

Author: New York (State). Monuments Commission for the Battlefields of Gettysburg and Chattanooga

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000019110141

Category: Gettysburg (Pa.)

Page:

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Categories: Gettysburg (Pa.)

Historical and Archeological Investigations at the Chalmette Battlefield Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve

Historical and Archeological Investigations at the Chalmette Battlefield  Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve

The British remained in bivouac , the troops building fires for cooking and for
countering the evening chill . A slow fog which enveloped the camp stretched out
between an area some distance back from the levee on the left and the cypress ...

Author: Ted Birkedal

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435081627812

Category: Chalmette Unit, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve (La.)

Page: 998

View: 506

Originally commissioned in 1984, this report deals with the historical geography and archeology of the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812 as it pertained to the Chalmette Battlefield. It touches upon how people put the battlefield to use after the War of 1812 as a place for generations of people as they live, work, and play. Also covered are some of the things, both bad and good, we have done over the years to commemorate the battle and remember this important event in our nation's past.
Categories: Chalmette Unit, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve (La.)

Washita Battlefield Alternatives Study

Washita Battlefield  Alternatives Study

... Battlefield from the county road leading west , from Highway 283 , a mile north
of town . Two miles along this road , his drive would terminate in the Battlefields
parking area . Exiting مم from his car he would proceed to the bivouac area having
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556030167647

Category:

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Antietam National Battlefield and National Cemetery Sharpsburg Maryland

Antietam National Battlefield and National Cemetery  Sharpsburg  Maryland

... also that there were 15 iron historical tablets erected by the Antietam National
Battlefield Commission on cemetery ... Seven cast-iron plaques in Antietam
National Cemetery contain stanzas from Theodore O'Hara's poem "Bivouac of the
 ...

Author: Charles W. Snell

Publisher:

ISBN: UCR:31210009899012

Category: Antietam National Battlefield (Md.)

Page: 571

View: 585

Categories: Antietam National Battlefield (Md.)

Racecourse and Battlefield

Racecourse and Battlefield

... killed those two brutes ; Abdullah has lost in the first encounter , on a small
scale , and I hope it is a good augury for the success of our troops when the great
battle takes place . ' CHAPTER XIII . IN THE ZAREBA . THE bivouac of the Sirdar '
s ...

Author: Nat Gould

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590430531

Category:

Page: 288

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Angels of the Battlefield

Angels of the Battlefield

The morning light streamed dimly and softly through the stained glass windows ,
and electric lights took the place of the stars in heaven's blue canopy , but it was
the bivouac of the dead . The ministering angel to soldiers , the comfort of ...

Author: George Barton

Publisher:

ISBN: UCD:31175009127377

Category: Electronic book

Page: 406

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Honoring women's contributions to the Civil War, this book concentrates on the Catholic Sisterhoods.
Categories: Electronic book

Beeton s Famous voyages brigand adventures tales of the battlefield life and nature ed by S O Beeton

Beeton s Famous voyages  brigand adventures  tales of the battlefield  life and nature  ed  by S O  Beeton

We had some difficulty in finding dry wood to kindle the fires with which it is here
customary to surround the bivouac as a safeguard against the attacks of the
jaguar . The air was bland and soft , and the moon shone brightly . Several
crocodiles ...

Author: Samuel Orchart Beeton

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590067953

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The Southern Bivouac

The Southern Bivouac

destination but not before the fingers that traced its letters are rigid and the form
that bent over the work of letter - writing near the bivouac fire , now shrouded with
a soldier's blanket , lies buried on the field of battle . The war ended near a score
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: IOWA:31858052098856

Category: Southern States

Page:

View: 349

Categories: Southern States

A Narrative of Andersonville drawn from the evidence elicited on the trial of H Wirz the Jailer With the argument of Col N P Chipman Judge Advocate

A Narrative of Andersonville  drawn from the evidence elicited on the trial of H  Wirz  the Jailer  With the argument of Col  N  P  Chipman  Judge Advocate

Noyes's the Bivouac and Battle - field . The Bivouac and Battlefield ; or ,
Campaign Sketches in Virginia and Maryland . By Captain GEORGE F. Noyes .
12mo , Cloth , $ 1 50 . Russell's American Diary . My Diary North and South . By
WILLIAM ...

Author: Ambrose SPENCER (of Americus, Georgia.)

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0017719678

Category:

Page:

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Thrilling Adventures of Daniel Ellis

Thrilling Adventures of Daniel Ellis

Noyes's the Bivouac and Battle - field . The Bivouac and Battlefield ; or ,
Campaign Sketches in Virginia and Maryland . By Captain GEORGE F. Norf.8 .
12mo , Cloth , $ 1 50 . Russell's American Diary . My Diary North and South . By
WILLIAM ...

Author: Daniel Ellis

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951P00537859Y

Category: Tennessee

Page: 430

View: 561

Categories: Tennessee

Harper s Magazine

Harper s Magazine

air was calm, the sky cloudless — it could be no April storm — it must mean battle
. ... The bivouac fires were gleaming brightly as I returned in the settling gloom to
the Division, encamped upon the outskirts of the village, with , embarking orders
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105007119469

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Page:

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Important American periodical dating back to 1850.
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Harper s New Monthly Magazine

Harper s New Monthly Magazine

air was calm, the sky eloudless — it could bo no April storm — it must mean battle
. ... The bivouac fires were gleaming brightly as I returned in the settling gloom to
the Division, encamped upon the outskirts of the village, with embarking orders.

Author: Henry Mills Alden

Publisher:

ISBN: PRNC:32101064075532

Category: American literature

Page:

View: 595

Harper's informs a diverse body of readers of cultural, business, political, literary and scientific affairs.
Categories: American literature

Camp fire Chats of the Civil War

Camp fire Chats of the Civil War

Being the Incident, Adventure, and Wayside Exploit of the Bivouac and Battle
Field, as Related by Veteran Soldiers Themselves ... Washington Davis. “ It is
needless to say that we made ourselves scarce , and with the exception of two or
three ...

Author: Washington Davis

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X004309491

Category: United States

Page: 404

View: 160

Categories: United States

At the Bivouac of Memory

At the Bivouac of Memory

Reinterpretations of the Civil War current in the 1880s and 1890s often included discussion of the Battle of Chickamauga.

Author: James A. Kaser

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015041012611

Category: History

Page: 167

View: 693

Reinterpretations of the Civil War current in the 1880s and 1890s often included discussion of the Battle of Chickamauga. In retrospect, the battle was seen as a victory by both sides and was used to promote the popular theme that Union and Confederate soldiers had been equally noble and heroic. To aid in reconciliation, highly publicized reunions of Confederate and Union veterans were held on the battlefield and, in 1895, the ground was dedicated as the country's first national military park, becoming a commemorative landscape promoting reunification. Utilizing battle accounts by members of the Twenty-first Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry and contrasting them with published histories of the battle, this study analyzes how personal memories of the battle were subsumed in the creation of a cultural myth driven by the political necessity of reunifying the country.
Categories: History