This book tells the story of the Yankee reporters who risked their lives by going undercover in hostile places that became the Confederate States of America.
Author: Michael Fuhlhage
Publisher: Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers
Category: American newspapers
Yankee Reporters and Southern Secrets: Journalism, Open Source Intelligence, and the Coming of the Civil War reveals the evidence of secessionist conspiracy that appeared in American newspapers from the end of the 1860 presidential campaign to just before the first major battle of the American Civil War. This book tells the story of the Yankee reporters who risked their lives by going undercover in hostile places that became the Confederate States of America. By observing the secession movement and sending reports for publication in Northern newspapers, they armed the Union with intelligence about the enemy that civil and military leaders used to inform their decisions in order to contain damage and answer the movement to break the Union apart and establish a separate slavery-based nation in the South.
The Southern Confederacy's editorial urging the lynching of the Yankee reporters
is quoted in Secret, pages 362–363. Chapter 6: Fresh Fish! Fresh Fish! For
descriptions of life in Libby, I used diaries and memoirs by Libby prisoners,
Author: Peter Carlson
Publisher: Hachette UK
Junius Browne and Albert Richardson covered the Civil War for the New York Tribune until Confederates captured them as they tried to sneak past Vicksburg on a hay barge. Shuffled from one Rebel prison to another, they escaped and trekked across the snow-covered Appalachians with the help of slaves and pro-Union bushwhackers. Their amazing, long-forgotten odyssey is one of the great escape stories in American history, packed with drama, courage, horrors and heroics, plus moments of antic comedy. On their long, strange adventure, Junius and Albert encountered an astonishing variety of American characters—Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant, Rebel con men and Union spies, a Confederate pirate-turned-playwright, a sadistic hangman nicknamed “the Anti-Christ,” a secret society called the Heroes of America, a Union guerrilla convinced that God protected him from Confederate bullets, and a mysterious teenage girl who rode to their rescue at just the right moment. Peter Carlson, author of the critically acclaimed K Blows Top, has, in Junius and Albert's Adventures in the Confederacy, written a gripping story about the lifesaving power of friendship and a surreal voyage through the bloody battlefields, dark prisons, and cold mountains of the Civil War.
The story sparked pandemonium again among the Southern delegations. Harry
Dent, Thurmond's aide, raced from delegation ... He played on their suspicion of Yankee journalists to calm the delegates. Nixon's floor leader at the convention, ...
Author: Roger Stone
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
Learn the inside scoop on Watergate, the Ford Pardon, and the 18 ½ minute Gap. Roger Stone, The New York Times bestselling author of The Man Who Killed Kennedy—the Case Against LBJ, gives the inside scoop on Nixon’s rise and fall in Watergate in his new book Nixon’s Secrets. Stone charts Nixon’s rise from election to Congress in 1946 to the White House in 1968 after his razor-thin loss to John Kennedy in 1960, his disastrous campaign for Governor of California in 1962 and the greatest comeback in American Presidential history. “Just as the assassination of JFK prevents a balanced analysis of Kennedy and his times, the myth of Watergate prevents a reappraisal of our 37th President.” said Stone who’s book on LBJ was the second biggest selling book during the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s murder. Stone reveals how the Kennedy’s wiretapped Nixon’s hotel room the night before the Nixon-Kennedy debate, and stole Nixon's medical records from his psychiatrist’s office. Stone lays out how Kennedy running mate Lyndon Johnson stole Texas from JFK through vote fraud while Mayor Richard Daley stole Illinois, and how JFK actually lost the popular vote. Stone looks at the Nixon Presidency: the desegregation of the public schools, the progressive social programs, Nixon's struggle to end the war in Vietnam, the historic SALT arms reduction agreement with Russia, the saving of Israel in the Six Days War, the opening to China, and the disastrous decision to take America off the Gold standard. “The mainstream media’s interpretation of the facts surrounding the Watergate episode are a fantastic and grotesque distortion of historical truth,” said Stone. “Cursory examination of the facts in Watergate will reveal that the actions which caused the fall of Nixon cannot be reduced to the simplistic account summarized by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of the Washington Post.” The author outlines how White House Counsel John Dean, planned, pushed and covered-up the Watergate break-in , then sought to avoid responsibility for it. Stone examines the bungled Watergate break-in to determine what exactly Nixon’s agents were looking for and how the CIA infiltrated the burglar team and sabotaged the break-in to gain leverage over Nixon. Find out why Nixon demanded the CIA turn over the records of the Bay of Pigs and Kennedy Assassination. Learn how a cabal of military and intelligence hard-liners spied on and undermined Nixon to stop his pro-peace détente foreign policy, his withdrawal of troops from Vietnam, his arms limitation agreement with the Soviets, and his opening to Red China. Discover how Vice President Spiro Agnew was setup to move him out of the line of presidential succession. Stone makes the compelling case that General Alexander Haig orchestrated Nixon’s removal from office in a coup d’état and brokered the deal for his pardon. Finally the public will learn what is on the 18 ½ minute gap in the White House Tapes. Stone, a Washington Insider for forty years, outlines why FBI Man Mark Felt is not deep throat, why there is no deep throat, and why Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein lie about it even today. Stone reveals how Nixon used the dark secrets he knew to avoid prosecution by blackmailing Gerald Ford for a full, free and unconditional pardon. Nixon’s secret would not only destroy his presidency—it would save him from prison and allow him to launch his final comeback—advising President Bill Clinton on Foreign Affairs despite Hillary’s attempts to block him and her being fired from the 1974 House Impeachment Committee for lying and violating Nixon’s rights.
During the summer , readers of Atlanta newspapers also saw long expositions of
the meaning of the term Yankee and attachments to that term of powerfully ...
Failing that , they should be identified and forced out ; “ Every Southern
community should be made too hot for them . ... The reporter complained that
Author: Thomas G. Dyer
Publisher: JHU Press
"Dyer captures the intricacies of multiple loyalties in the midst of seemingly unified secessionist sentiment. Skillfully written and carefully researched, this book is intended for both scholars and a general audience. Highly recommended." -- Library Journal
... disclosing information and secret plans unknown at the White House ,
confiding his own master strategy , pausing to let ... rising in several Southern
states and the passage of time , McClellan thought , was strengthening the Union
They stayed in Southern imprisonment from May , 1863 , until mid - December ,
1864 . Their stay was no fault of Colburn . ... Crozier , Yankee Reporters , 374 .
18Richardson , Secret Service , 509 . 14The Henry Wing 325 THE JOURNAL OF
The Story of General Lafayette C. Baker, Lincoln's Forgotten Secret Service Chief
Jacob Mogelever ... Crafts , W . A . , The Southern Rebellion , 2 vols . , Boston ,
1867 . Crozier , Emmet , Yankee Reporters , 1861 - 65 , New York , 1956 .
Author: Jacob Mogelever
Category: Baker, La Fayette Charles, 1926-1868
For five years, as Lincoln's Secret Service Chief, Lafayette C. Baker was one of the country's most feared men. This is an account of Baker's life and the effective, but usually undemocratic, methods he employed in his pursuit of the guilty. ().
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STORES 1 ) On Major Route . ... Prime Massachusetts Southern Berkshire
location . ... porch on two sides , there's a living room , dining room , kitchen , den
or library , and “ secret bedroom ” on the first floor , plus bath . ... OD YOUR NEW
ENGLAND FAMILY ROOTS Former Globe reporter researches and writes family
... Rustics in Rebellion : а Yankee Reporter on the Road to Richmond , 1861 –
1865 , 33 Secret Service , the Field , the Dungeon , and the Escape , The , 33
South Reports the Civil War , The , 19 Their Words Were Bullets : The Southern
The Secrets of Ancient Witchraft with. Bd. with The Witches Tarot. 1974. 7.95 (
ISBN ... Yankee Reporters: 1861-65. LC 73- 15203. (Illus.). 1974. Rcpr. of 1956
ed. text ... Key to Southern Pedigrees. LC 67-29835. (Virginia County Records,
Author: National Collection of Fine Arts (U.S.)Publish On: 1961
Southern Illustrated News , Richmond , September 13 , 1862 through March 25 ,
1865 . Miller , Francis Trevelyan , Ed . - in ... Crozier , Emmet , Yankee Reporters ,
1861-65 , New York , 1956 . Richardson , Albert D. , The Secret Service , the
Field , the Dungeon and the Escape , Hartford , 1865 . Davis , Theodore R. , “
How a ...
It ' s only fitting since Billy - in the presence of reporters and othersonce hopped
out of a car and christened the old airport ... Something is needed to put Georgia
back on the map Southern Nights and City Lights Ripping Off Yankees and Other
He still smarts at gibes about his Southern roots and sorghum accent — and
more serious charges that his Justice Department is as political as ever. When a reporter approached him in a White House corridor last week, his first impulse
was to flee. "Hey, Judge," the ... And all but the sourest Yankees agree that he is
courtly, candid, honest, independentand bold. "He doesn't ... To help the
beleaguered CIA protect national-security at Justice secrets, he agreed to allow
former director ...
Emmet Crozier , Yankee Reporters , ( New York : Oxford University Press , 1956 )
, 50 . ... Richardson , Secret Service , 117 . ... All , quoted in Edward Pollard , Southern History of the War ( New York : Fairfax Press , 1990 ; reprint of the 1866
Author: Brayton Harris
Publisher: Potomac Books Incorporated
Blue & Gray in Black & White is account of the techniques, tactics, and personalities of the news-gathering industry during the American Civil War. This cataclysmic event accelerated the transformation of the content of newspapers from pallid literature and opinion to robust, partisan reporting of vital events, real and imagined. The written record, however, is only part of the story. Much of the impact of Civil War journalism derives from its illustrations, and twenty-two examples of these are reproduced here. Harris also follows the war's most famous artists, including Winslow Homer, as they and their reporter brethren braved the dangers of the battlefield to capture some of our most memorable images of war.
... ( The Secret Service , the Field , the Dungeon , and the Escape ( 1865 ] ) -
spent time in prison behind Southern lines and published their ... California reporter Noah Brooks , Washington , D . C . , in Lincoln ' s Time : A Memoir of the
Civil War Era by the Newspaperman ... Civil War correspondents : Bernard A .
Weisberger , Reporters for the Union ( 1953 ) ; Emmet Crozier , Yankee Reporters 1861 – 1865 ...
Author: William Huntzicker
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
A study of the transition from partisan to commercial newspapers as a gradual process between the founding of the penny papers in New York through the Civil War.
... need hours or days of preparation time if you follow the six secrets revealed in
Esther Riva Solomon ' s new French Gourmet cook book ... and pans , and
systematize your cooking , so that a delicacy Nike Entrecote Mirabeau takes less
time to make than Yankee - style hamburgers ! ... The administration has the Southern senators , whose region prepared a rather large assortment will be
most affected .
... 1955 ) ; Emmett Crozier , Yankee Reporters , 1861 - 1865 ( New York , 1956 ) ;
Louis Starr , Bohemian Brigade ( New York ... Some of the Herald reporters wrote
autobiographical accounts : Sylvanus Cadwallader , Three Years with Grant , ed .
... field : Southern Adventure in Time and War ( New York , 1865 ) ; Henry Villard ,
Memoirs of Henry Villard : Journalist ... Journalism Quarterly 47 ( 1970 ) : 457 - 63
; Anna Kasten Nelson , “ Secret Agents and Security Leaks : President Polk ...
Author: James L. Crouthamel
Recounts how Bennett founded the Herald, New York's first popular, cheap, mass circulation newspaper, and examines its coverage of the news
The U.S. Air Force operated from seven primary bases in Thailand and nearly 300,000 servicemen were stationed in the country. Through extensive research, including previously classified government documents, and interviews with airmen who flew the missions, a detailed history of Air Force operations in Thailand emerges. The primary focus is on the units, their missions and the aircraft involved. The plight of POWs who flew from the Thai bases is also thoroughly examined, with a discussion of the current status of the POW/MIA issue.