5 edition of The Chickamauga campaign found in the catalog.
The Chickamauga campaign
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Steven E. Woodworth.|
|Series||Civil War campaigns in the heartland|
|Contributions||Woodworth, Steven E.|
|LC Classifications||E475.81 .C49 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009032714|
The Battle of Chickamauga, fought on September 18 – 20, , between U.S. and Confederate forces in the American Civil War, marked the end of a Union offensive, the Chickamauga Campaign, in southeastern Tennessee and northwestern Georgia. It was the first major battle of the war fought in Georgia, the most significant Union defeat in the Western Theater, and Location: Catoosa and Walker counties, . Barren Victory is the third and concluding volume of the magisterial Chickamauga Campaign Trilogy, a comprehensive examination more than a decade in the making of one of the most important and complex military operations of the Civil War. The first installment, A Mad Irregular Battle, introduced readers to the major characters of this sweeping.
Steven E. Woodworth, a professor of history at Texas Christian University, is the author or editor of thirty books, including The Shiloh Campaign, The Chickamauga Campaign, and Nothing but Victory: The Army of the Tennessee, – Charles D. Grear, an assistant professor of history at Prairie View A&M University and a new coeditor of the series, has written five books. In The Chickamauga Campaign, Steven E. Woodworth assembles eight thought-provoking new essays from an impressive group of authors to offer new insight into the complex reasons for this substantial, yet ultimately barren, Confederate victory.
"Now in paperback, Glory or the Grave: The Breakthrough, the Union Collapse, and the Defense of Horseshoe Ridge, Septem is the second volume in The Chickamauga Campaign, David Powell's magnificent three-volume study of this overlooked and often misunderstood campaign. Get this from a library! The Chickamauga campaign. [Steven E Woodworth;] -- "From mid-August to mid-September , Union Major General William S. Rosecrans's Army of the Cumberland maneuvered from Tennessee to north Georgia .
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The results of that study are the volumes The Maps of Chickamauga () and Failure in the Saddle (), as well as The Chickamauga Campaign trilogy. The Chickamauga Campaign: A Mad Irregular Battle was published inThe Chickamauga Campaign: Glory or the Grave appeared in Septemberand the final volume, Barren Victory, was released in /5(65).
The results of that study are the The Chickamauga campaign book The Maps of Chickamauga () and Failure in the Saddle (), as well as The Chickamauga Campaign trilogy.
The Chickamauga Campaign: A Mad Irregular Battle was published inThe Chickamauga Campaign: Glory or the Grave appeared in Septemberand the final volume, Barren Victory, was released in /5(33).
The results of that study are the volumes The Maps of Chickamauga () and Failure in the Saddle (), as well as The Chickamauga Campaign trilogy. The Chickamauga Campaign: A Mad Irregular Battle was published inThe Chickamauga Campaign: Glory or the Grave appeared in Septemberand the final volume, Barren Victory, was released in /5(61).
David Powell's book is the first of a trilogy devoted the Chickamauga Campaign and to the Battle of Chickamauga, fought from September 18 -- 20, in northern Georgia., The subtitle of the book, "A Mad Irregular Battle: from the Crossing of the Tennessee River Through the Second Day, August 22 -- Septem " indicates its scope and theme/5.
The Shiloh Campaign (Civil War Campaigns in the Heartland) This book on Chickamauga is the second of the series and consists of eight detailed essays by as many different writers on aspects of the Chickamauga campaign. The book also includes a short background essay by Woodworth together with a set of serviceable maps/5(12).
The Battle of Chickamauga was the third bloodiest of the American Civil War and the only major Confederate victory in the conflict's western theater.
It pitted Braxton Bragg's Army of Tennessee against William S. Rosecrans's Army of the Cumberland and resulted in more t casualties. In this first volume of an authoritative two-volume history of the Chickamauga cam/5.
Award-winning author David Powell has already made a name for himself with his two previous Chickamauga-related books. His latest monograph,The Chickamauga Campaign—A Mad Irregular Battle—the first of three volumes on the full campaign—sets the standard for Civil War battle : Savas Beatie.
David Powell’s The Chickamauga Campaign—Glory or the Grave: The Breakthrough, Union Collapse, and the Retreat to Chattanooga, Septemberis the second volume in his magnificent projected three-volume study of this overlooked and largely misunderstood : In this first volume of an authoritative two-volume history of the Chickamauga Campaign, William Glenn Robertson provides a richly detailed narrative of military operations in southeastern and eastern Tennessee as two armies prepared to meet along the "River of Death."/5(6).
Winner,Marilyn W. Laney Book Prize, Given by the Austin Civil War Round Table "Now in paperback, Barren Victory is the third and concluding volume of the magisterial Chickamauga Campaign trilogy, a comprehensive examination of one of the most important and complex military operations of the Civil : Savas Beatie.
David A. Powell contributes impressively to the lattermost category with The Chickamauga Campaign – Glory or the Grave: The Breakthrough, the Union Collapse, and the Defense of Horseshoe Ridge, Septem This is the second part of his trilogy on the eponymous campaign, about which he has also written two additional books.
Steven Woodworth has edited an interesting volume on the Chickamauga campaign. Chickamauga was a bloody battle, coming after Braxton Bragg's forces had been maneuvered out of Tennessee, including Chattanooga, by William Rosecrans.
The book has eight chapters, authored by experts in the Civil War. I'll note some illustrative chapters here/5.
The third and last book of the series includes appendices and essays exploring specific questions about the battle in substantially greater detail.
The Chickamauga Campaign—A Mad Irregular. In this first volume of an authoritative two-volume history of the Chickamauga Campaign, William Glenn Robertson provides a richly detailed narrative of military operations in southeastern and eastern Tennessee as two armies prepared to meet along the "River of Death.".
"Glory or the Grave: the Breakthrough, the Union Collapse, and the Defense of Horseshoe Ridge, Septem " is the second book of a trilogy of the Chickamauga Campaign of the American Civil War/5.
The Chickamauga campaign of the American Civil War was a series of battles fought in northwestern Georgia from August 21 to Septembetween the Union Army of the Cumberland and Confederate Army of campaign started successfully for Union commander William S.
Rosecrans, with the Union army occupying the vital city of Chattanooga. The Chickamauga Campaign: Glory or the Grave is the winner of the Richard Harwell Award, Given by the Civil War Round Table of Atlanta.
Dave Powell is the first recipient to win the award twice. He also won in for Failure in the SaddleDavid Powell's The Chickamauga Campaign--Glory or the Grave: The Breakthrough, Union Collapse, and the.
The Chickamauga Campaign, edited by Steven E. Woodworth, distinguished Civil War scholar and history professor at Texas Christian University, is the second volume in the Civil War Campaigns in the Heartland series. Seven of the eight essays examine and analyze the battle’s leaders and lost opportunities, while the final essay explores elements of the “new Pages: Collection of 8 essays about leadership, morale, and historical commemoration of the Campaign for Chickamauga.
The campaign resulted in the war’s only major Confederate victory west of the Appalachians, on September at the battle of Chickamauga, but the victory failed to achieve the truly decisive results that many high-ranking Confederates had by: 1. David Powell's The Chickamauga Campaign -- Book 3 "Barren Victory" is the final volume of historian David Powell's trilogy covering the Battle of Chickamauga of September 18 -- 20,the events leading up to the battle, and its aftermath.
With the exception of Gettysburg, Chickamauga resulted in more casualties than any other Civil War battle/5. The first in depth book on Chickamauga was Glenn Tucker's book "Chickamauga",it has been around for many years so you should be able to buy it used for a dollar or two.
Turchin'so book is also old,old in public domain as is Archibald Gracie'so book but his is mostly on Horseshoe h's also has a book in public domain.In A Mad Irregular Battle, David Powell, author of the superb The Maps of Chickamauga and an award-winning study of Confederate cavalry operations during the campaign, offers the first in a planned three-volume study that promises to provide the most thorough examination yet of the troop movements and fighting at Chickamauga.The Chickamauga Campaign: A very good description of the campaign, with a Southern slant, taken from the Georgia volume of the Confederate Military History.
Chickamauga With Longstreet: Chickamauga as seen by James Longstreet as described in his book, "From Manassas to Appomattox." Gordon on Chickamauga.