The Resource "A fit representation of pandemonium" : East Tennessee Confederate soldiers in the campaign for Vicksburg, William D. Taylor

"A fit representation of pandemonium" : East Tennessee Confederate soldiers in the campaign for Vicksburg, William D. Taylor

Label
"A fit representation of pandemonium" : East Tennessee Confederate soldiers in the campaign for Vicksburg
Title
"A fit representation of pandemonium"
Title remainder
East Tennessee Confederate soldiers in the campaign for Vicksburg
Statement of responsibility
William D. Taylor
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
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1948-2007
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Taylor, William D.
Index
index present
LC call number
E475.27
LC item number
.T39 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Confederate States of America
  • Soldiers
  • Soldiers
  • Vicksburg (Miss.)
  • Vicksburg (Miss.)
  • Vicksburg (Miss.)
  • Tennessee, East
  • Tennessee, East
  • United States
  • United States
Label
"A fit representation of pandemonium" : East Tennessee Confederate soldiers in the campaign for Vicksburg, William D. Taylor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [523]-528) and index
Contents
Prologue: "Gaunt, sallow-faced East Tennesseans" -- "Till my country is freed from the darkee lords of Lincoln" (November-December 1862) -- "The country is so poor you can hear it groan at night" (January) -- "How ungrateful the citizens of Vicksburg are to the Tennesseans defending their firesides for them" (February) -- "Hard living and sacrifice will not divert us from our duty" (March) -- "Our men don't ask the Yanks any odds" (April) -- "Fixing up our contraptions for a Yankee hunt" (1-15 May) -- "The battle rages with much violence on both sides" (16 May) -- "Who can appreciate a moment of such extreme solitude?" (17 May) -- "The hardships and privations of the men were beyond description (18-31 May) -- "There is no romance to the actors" (1-15 June) -- "The siege drags its weary length along" (16-30 June) -- "We held a terrible foe 48 days on 12-days' rations (July) -- Appendix A: The Vicksburg garrison -- Appendix B: Identified East Tennessee Confederate soldiers who died in the vicinity of Vicksburg during the campaign -- Appendix C: Identified East Tennessee Confederate dead during the Vicksburg Campaign -- Appendix D: 372 identified East Tennessee Confederate dead during the Vicksburg Campaign
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xi, 558 p.
Isbn
9780881460346
Lccn
20070225 68
System control number
  • (OCoLC)144547560
  • (OCoLC)144547560
Label
"A fit representation of pandemonium" : East Tennessee Confederate soldiers in the campaign for Vicksburg, William D. Taylor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [523]-528) and index
Contents
Prologue: "Gaunt, sallow-faced East Tennesseans" -- "Till my country is freed from the darkee lords of Lincoln" (November-December 1862) -- "The country is so poor you can hear it groan at night" (January) -- "How ungrateful the citizens of Vicksburg are to the Tennesseans defending their firesides for them" (February) -- "Hard living and sacrifice will not divert us from our duty" (March) -- "Our men don't ask the Yanks any odds" (April) -- "Fixing up our contraptions for a Yankee hunt" (1-15 May) -- "The battle rages with much violence on both sides" (16 May) -- "Who can appreciate a moment of such extreme solitude?" (17 May) -- "The hardships and privations of the men were beyond description (18-31 May) -- "There is no romance to the actors" (1-15 June) -- "The siege drags its weary length along" (16-30 June) -- "We held a terrible foe 48 days on 12-days' rations (July) -- Appendix A: The Vicksburg garrison -- Appendix B: Identified East Tennessee Confederate soldiers who died in the vicinity of Vicksburg during the campaign -- Appendix C: Identified East Tennessee Confederate dead during the Vicksburg Campaign -- Appendix D: 372 identified East Tennessee Confederate dead during the Vicksburg Campaign
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xi, 558 p.
Isbn
9780881460346
Lccn
20070225 68
System control number
  • (OCoLC)144547560
  • (OCoLC)144547560

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