3 edition of Earlys attack upon Washington, July, 1864. found in the catalog.
Earlys attack upon Washington, July, 1864.
Henry E. Alvord
1897 in [Washington .
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared by Companion Major Henry E. Alvord and read at the stated meeting of April 7, 1897.|
|Series||Military order of the loyal legion of the United States. Commandery of the District of Columbia. War papers. 26|
|LC Classifications||E464 .M54 no. 26|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||18003299|
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EMBED EMBED (for Pages: Full text of ""Early's attack upon Washington, July, "." See other formats 66 fl58 Jopy 1 IVJOitary Order -^^- of July I^al egioi^ of tlje -^^ United S^t^S' •tlKMf^Yfif,^ COMMAIERY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
i&itUiJ^wteH* WAR PAPER This is a campaign study of Jubal Early's invasion of Maryland in Julyhis attack upon Washington, DC, and Phil Sheridan's defeat of Early.
This time period covered is from te Battle of Lynchburg, Virginia in June to the Battle of Waynesboro in March Bernstein is a journalist, not an historian/5(5). Jubal Early's Raid on Washington. by David P. Hopkins, Jr. While often recognized as a leading advocate for the Lost Cause during Reconstruction and having a storied Civil War career fighting for the Confederacy, Jubal Early is best 1864.
book for his Valley Campaign and his raid on Washington, D.C. This is a campaign July of Jubal Early's invasion of Maryland in Julyhis attack upon Washington, DC, and Phil Sheridan's defeat of Early. This time period covered is from te Battle of Lynchburg, Virginia in June to the Battle of Waynesboro in March /5(5).
Description: The Battle of Monocacy, which took place on the blisteringly hot day of July 9,is one of the Civil War’s most significant yet little-known battles. What played out that day in the corn and wheat fields four miles south of Frederick, Maryland, was a full-field engagement betw battle-hardened Confederate troops led by the controversial Jubal Anderson.
But, Mosby and his men did not perpetrate all raids on the Defenses of Washington; Major, later Lieutenant Colonel, Elijah V.
White's Thirty-fifth Virginia Cavalry Battalion was one of the other raiding units. The greatest enemy threat to the Defenses of Washington occurred in Julywhen Confederate Lieutenant General Jubal A. Grant finally tired of this thorn in his side and made the trip to the Frederick area where on August 5,he met with Hunter, Wright, and other generals at the Thomas House (above) on the old Monocacy battlefield.
The Battle of Fort Stevens was an American Civil War battle fought July 11–12,in Northwest Washington, D.C., as part of the Valley Campaigns of between forces under Confederate Lieutenant General Jubal Early and Union Major General Alexander McDowell gh Early caused consternation in the Union government, reinforcements under Location: District of Columbia.
The Valley campaigns of were American 1864. book War operations and battles that took place in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia from May to October While some military historians divide this period into three separate campaigns, they interacted in several ways, so this article considers 1864.
book three together. Its really more a history of Jubal Earlys June-July campaign through the Shenandoah Valley, parts of Maryland and to the outskirts of Washington, D.C., than a book just about the Battle of Monocacy, which only covers a few chapters in the book/5.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Early's Attack Upon Washington, July, at nd: Alvord, H. [From Old Catalog]. Washington Baltimore Early’s Washington Raid, June–July Title: Author: National Park Service Subject: Monocacy National Battlefield Keywords: Monocacy National Battlefield Created Date.
On the blistering hot afternoon of Jbold, battle-hardened Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early sat astride his horse outside the gates of Fort Stevens in the upper northwestern fringe of Washington, D.C. The enigmatic year-old Confederate, a veteran of Antietam. Plan of the Rebel attack on Washington, D.C., July 11th and 12th, Summary As a diversionary measure to take some of the pressure off of besieged Petersburg, Confederate forces under Jubal Early launched a northern offensive beginning in late June Page - I am directed by the President of the United States to notify you to expect an attempt will be made to supply Fort Sumter with provisions only ; and that, if such attempt be not resisted, no effort to throw in men, arms, or ammunition will be made without further notice, or in case of an attack upon the fort.
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War be, and they are hereby, instructed to inquire into the truth of the rumored slaughter of the Union troops, after their surrender, at the recent attack of the rebel forces upon Fort Pillow, Tennessee; as, also.
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Early’s Invasion, July Posted May 22nd, by Sarah Webb. 0 Comments. In the spring of Cole’s new recruits were outfitted at Camp Stoneman. Based on the information I have so far, I believe John Trout was with this group. Operations of the Atlantic Blockading Squadron from July 16 to October 29 Gulf that the Department directs you to send all the ironclads that are in a fit condition to move after your present attack upon Charleston directly to New Orleans, reserving to yourself only two.
Appears in 19 books from Page - Do not allow. The profile picture, original is in the Special Collections at the Library of Congress. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jubal Anderson Early (November 3, – March 2, ) was a lawyer and Confederate general in the American Civil en: Joseph Early, Jubal Early, Jr., Robert Early, Florence Early.
Battle of Fort Stevens. The Battle of Fort Stevens was an American Civil War battle fought July 11–12,in Northwest Washington, D.C., as part of the Valley Campaigns of between forces under Confederate Lieutenant General Jubal A. Early and Union Major General Alexander McDowell McCook. Early’s Invasion, July records initially listed him as “deserted” on July 5, in Sharpsburg, Maryland.
head out of books and records, I took it upon myself to hike the. Selected Fort Stevens Resources Available at the Kiplinger Research Library Books Alvord, Henry E. "Early's attack upon Washington, July, " EM54 n Cramer, John Henry. Lincoln under enemy fire: the complete account of his experiences during Early's.
The enemy, perceiving this, made a vigorous attack upon General Greene, but were held at bay by him for some time.
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In his official report, Bates' Battle of Gettysburg, pageMeade says. A Domiciliary Visit of Ye Rebels to Ye Home of a Times Correspondent What They Said and Did.
See the article in its original context from JPage 1 an attack upon Washington. THE REBELLION. J Credit The New York Times Archives.
on the way to reinforce SHERMAN in Georgia, or possibly to make an attack upon some undefended point. The Navy Department Library. D-Day, the Normandy Invasion: Combat Demolition Units on the 10 of july Major General John E Breckinridge with part of the Confederate army made an attack upon the northwest of washington and on 11 orders Came from the navy departments admiral goldsborough Came with them instructing admiral John.
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Prof. James P. Holeombe of Virginia, and George N. Sanders ot Dixie are ready and wiling to go at onoe to Washington, npon oomplete and unqualified prelection being aiven en her bt the f resident or Secretary War.
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THE REBELS IN ROCKVILLE, MD.; Particulars of the Raid in Montgomery County The Scenes at Rockville Gens. Early and McCausland What They Said The Proposed Attack on Washington. Returning Regiments. Sailed. From a gentleman who left Washington last Monday [J ] we learn that the troops mentioned by us on Saturday [J ] as going up the Potomac in twenty-four transports, were Warren’s corps, estimated at between ten and twelve thousand men.
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With the Union’s Red River Campaign across Louisiana finally over by June oftheir supplies replenished, their dead buried, and the traumatic injuries of their wounded on the mend by early July, it was time for the 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers to move on.
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OF WASHINGTON, 22nd ARMY CORPS, Washington, D. C., July 8, General BARNES, Commanding, Point Lookout: General Butler telegraphs that a rebel deserter reports that Early intends, among other things, to attack Point Lookout and release the prisoners there.
Be on your guard, therefore.