4 edition of War Talks Of Confederate Veterans found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
Felix M. Witkoski was nominated for deletion. The discussion was closed on 9 December with a consensus to contents were merged into Last surviving Confederate original page is now a redirect to this page. For the contribution history and old versions of the redirected article, please see its history; for its talk page, see here. The question over whether or not Confederate soldiers were U.S. veterans is largely a symbolic one today. Only one Civil War pension is still being paid (that pensioner was a veteran of both sides of the conflict), and by the time Confederates received real benefits, they were all dead by the following year. No specific legislation exists that identifies Confederate veterans as having equal Author: Blake Stilwell.
Civil War Talks offers fresh, valuable insights into more than a dozen Civil War engagements provided by common soldiers, high-ranking officers, and civilians. This collection is an extremely valuable addition to the library of primary published Confederate narrativesA. Wilson Greene, author of The Final Battles of the Petersburg Campaign: Breaking the Backbone of the Rebellion5/5(1). “Identifying and Documenting Civil War Veterans at Arlington National Cemetery” by Jim Quinlan, Author, Proprietor of the Excelsior Brigade. This is the fifth of five talks recorded live at the DC Civil War Photo Show, Saturday, March 7,
At 11 o'clock some sixty of the old veterans, living in, and around Springville, assembled in that church, singing, praying, and reading of the scriptures was engaged in, after which short talks were made by Rev. J. S. E. Robinson, A. W. Woodall, S. W. Henny, J. B. Robertson, J. H. Vandergrift and B. B. Cornelius, after which another old time. Buy Civil War Talks: Further Reminiscences of George S. Bernard and His Fellow Veterans (Nation Divided: New Studies in Civil War History) (Nation Divided: Studies in the Civil War Era) by Hampton Newsome, John Horn, John G. Selby (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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Bernard ; addresses delivered before A.P. Hill Camp of Confederate Veterans, War Talks Of Confederate Veterans book Petersburg, Va., with addenda giving statements of participants, eye-witnesses and others, in respect to campaigns, battles, prison life and other experiences represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual.
Over the course of his life, Bernard wrote extensively about his wartime experiences and collected accounts from other veterans.
Inhe published War Talks of Confederate Veterans, a collection of firsthand accounts focusing on the battles and campaigns. War talks of Confederate veterans. Compiled and edited by Geo. Bernard, Petersburg, Va., Addresses delivered before A.P. Hill camp of Confederate veterans of Petersburg, Va., with Addenda giving Statements of Participants, Eye-Witnesses and others, in respect to Campaigns, Battles, Prison Life and other War Experiences.
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This work is in the public domain in the United States of America. OCLC Number: Notes: "Addresses delivered before A.P. Hill Camp of Confederate Veterans, of Petersburg, Va., with addenda giving statements of participants, eye-witnesses and others, in respect to campaigns, battles, prison life and other war experiences.".
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Bernard. Page - Confederates who were still occupying the traverses and intrenchments to the right and left of the crater.
These men had been awakened by the noise and shock of the explosion, and during the interval before the attack had recovered their equanimity, and when the Union troops attempted to reform on the enemy's side of the crater, they had faced about and delivered a fire into the.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for War Talks of Confederate Veterans ISBN Isbn at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. George S. Bernard was a Petersburg lawyer and member of the 12th Virginia Infantry Regiment during the Civil War.
Over the course of his life, Bernard wrote extensively about his wartime experiences and collected accounts from other veterans. Inhe published War Talks of Confederate Veterans, a collection of firsthand accounts focusing on the battles and campaigns of the.
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Bernard of Petersburg, VA and published by Fenn & Owen in The binding of this book is loose with pages up to the preface away from the rest of the book. The remaining pages are intact and bound.
There are curled up edges on some of the pages and some Rating: % positive. Civil War Talks: Further Reminiscences of George S.
Bernard & His Fellow Veterans. Edited by Hampton Newsome, John Horn and John G. Selby; University of Virginia Press In George Bernard published War Talks of Confederate Veterans, a collection of speeches and letters by Civil War soldiers, in particular fellow survivors of the 12th Virginia Infantry and William Mahone’s Brigade.
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Full text of "War talks of Confederate veterans" See other formats. He intended his new book to be "Volume II War Talks of Confederate Veterans", and it should be in the same type and style as the first b Bernard note to Doctor Claiborn - Septem A rough draft of a note, written by Bernard, to Dr.
Claiborn, who had sent Bernard a copy of his reminiscences as a contribution to Volume II of War Talks. Antique Stamping Die Civil War Ucv Confederate Veterans W Matching Master Hob. Rare Ucv Catesby - $ Rare Ucv Catesby Jones Camp 37 Confederate Veterans Members Ribbon Selma Alabama. United Confederate - $ United Confederate Veterans Dorothy Knapp Hand Painted Cachet Fdc.
George S. Bernard, a Petersburg lawyer and Confederate veteran, compiled and edited War Talks of Confederate Veterans, which was published in It consisted of addresses by himself and other Confederate veterans, with comments thereon by veterans of both sides.
Bernard intended his own. Though other Confederate organizations such as Sons of Confederate Veterans, the Confederate Southern Memorial Association and the Order of the Stars and the Bars were present, of the 18 Confederate veterans still alive, only General James W. Moore. Inhe published his acclaimed work, War Talks of Confederate Veterans, a rich collection of firsthand accounts focusing on the battles and campaigns of the 12 th Virginia.
The book is still in print today. Bernard prepared a second volume of war talks but was never able to publish it. War Talks Of Confederate Veterans - Sales Booklet - Civil War Confederate Veteran [serial] - $ Confederate Veteran [serial] Volume V, Veterans, Associati, Organ.
The resulting book, Civil War Talks, contains speeches, letters, Bernard’s wartime diary, and other firsthand accounts of the war not only by veterans of the Confederacy, such as General William Mahone, but by Union veterans as well.
Their personal stories cover the major military campaigns in Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania—Seven Author: George S. Bernard. George S. Bernard’s War Talks of Confederate Veterans, published inwas filled with first person reminiscences of the Petersburg, Virginia native and his friends and comrades.
Focusing mainly on the Siege of Petersburg for obvious reasons, the book was a massive success and remains a treasure trove of first person accounts to this day.