6 edition of General William Averell"s Salem Raid found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-169) and index.
|Statement||by Darrell L. Collins.|
|LC Classifications||E475.7 .C65 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||98039878|
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The book documents the extraordinary leadership and tenacity of Brigadier General William Averell, but it also highlights the streak of hesitancy that eventually caused Phil Sheridan to sack him during the Shenandoah Valley campaign of (in which my great-grandfather's regiment did take part).
Abundant photographs and simple, readable maps /5(6). The book documents the extraordinary leadership and tenacity of Brigadier General William Averell, but it also highlights the streak of hesitancy that eventually caused Phil Sheridan to sack him during the Shenandoah Valley campaign of /5.
General William Averell's Salem Raid: Breaking the Knoxville Supply Line by Darrell L. Collins (Burd Street Press, 10 maps, drawings, photos, notes, OB, appendices.
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Battles and campaigns Averells Raid On Salem: December A figure well- known to the Round Table Lt. Col. Joe Whitehorne addressed the meeting at the National Army Museum on the little known raid on Salem, Virginia in Decembermen based in the Potomac Valley were led by Union General William Averell deep into enemy territory to break up a strategic.
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In Novemberhe conducted what is called Averell's West Virginia Raid against the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad. He received a brevet promotion to Lieutenant Colonel in the Regular Army for the battle of Droop Mountain in West Virginia, and to Colonel for actions during the Salem Expedition on Decem The Powder Alarm was a major popular reaction to the removal of gunpowder from a magazine by British soldiers under orders from General Thomas Gage, royal governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, on September 1, In response to this action, amid rumors that blood had been shed, alarm spread through the countryside to Connecticut and beyond, and American Location: Boston area, 42°24′″N.
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He had five brothers and one sister, as follows: John, Thomas, Samuel, William, Charles, and Anne. All of the brothers distinguished themselves in the early history of this country with the exception of Charles, who died at the age of fifteen and was buried at "Richfield," the home place of General Andrew Lewis, near Salem, Virginia.
Description: After conducting many raids in Kansas, including the massacre at Lawrence, Quantrill decided to winter in Texas. Along with other partisans, he headed south on the Texas Road and captured and killed two Union teamsters who had come from a post called Baxter Springs.
Sanders' raid brought Civil War home for East Tennessee A March,photograph, shows the rebuilt railroad and county road Flat Creek bridges which were destroyed after Col. William P. Sanders left Knoxville on J August 5, - Federal Brigadier General William W. Averell initiated another of the war’s many raids into West Virginia, which culminated in an engagement at White Sulphur Springs.
Averell led a force of about 2, men that included four cavalry regiments, mounted infantry, and two artillery batteries. The Federals moved west from Winchester, in. William Woods Averell graduated in the lower third of the United States Military Academy in He was made a second lieutenant in the United States Army Mounted Infantry.
He served in outposts in the west, attended Cavalry School in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and fought Native Americans in the southwest for two years, where he was severely injured before the outbreak.
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The Meigs Raid (also known as the Battle of Sag Harbor) was a military raid by Continental Army forces, under the command of Connecticut Colonel Return Jonathan Meigs, on a British Loyalist foraging party at Sag Harbor, New York. The raid was made in response to a successful British raid on Danbury, Connecticut in late April that was opposed by American.
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The Battle of Cove Mountain was a minor skirmish of the American Civil War. The battle took place onin the southwest corner of Virginia near Cove Mountain in Wythe County. On that day, Union Brigadier General William W. Averell's brigade encountered a Confederate brigade under the command of Brig.
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averell's raid in west virginia. Search Civil War Official Records After 10 o'clock that night information was received which satisfied me that the enemy had abandoned the pursuit of Colonel Jackson, and that, while the First Brigade was marching toward Warm Springs, General Averell was advancing from Warm Springs to Callaghan's.
Reports of Brigadier General Samuel D. Sturgis, U. Army, commanding First Division, Twenty-third Army Corps, with congratulatory orders. LEXINGTON, J p. GENERAL: The expedition under Colonel De Courcy cut off Everett's party at Triplett's Bridge, killed 3, wounded a good many, and took over prisoners, including 1 captain.
(the same day West Virginia became a state). When Lee’s troops advanced into Maryland and Pennsylvania the Eighth was ordered out and assigned to Averell’s brigade. They operated against “ Mudwall ” Jackson around Strasburg, Franklin, Monteray, Huntersville and Hillsboro along with with many other minor battles.
Regimental papers also show the regiment at. From November 15 until DecemUnion General William T. Sherman led s soldiers on a mile march from Atlanta to Savannah, Georgia. The p. View phone numbers, addresses, public records, background check reports and possible arrest records for Samuel Williams in Savannah, GA.
Whitepages. About Col. Thomas Read of Salem. June 30th. Col. Thomas Read bad died abroad before this date. He became freeman ; joined Salem Church before ; and granted acres of land He left a second wife, and two sons, the younger of whom was Abraham. He appears to have served under Cromwell and commanded a Regiment in England Kilpatrick's Cavalry Raid.
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