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The Resource The Alabama confederate reader, [editor], Malcolm C. McMillan ; with an introduction by C. Peter Ripley

The Alabama confederate reader, [editor], Malcolm C. McMillan ; with an introduction by C. Peter Ripley

Label
The Alabama confederate reader
Title
The Alabama confederate reader
Statement of responsibility
[editor], Malcolm C. McMillan ; with an introduction by C. Peter Ripley
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Action
digitized
Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
976.1/05
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
E551.9
LC item number
.A43 1992eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1910-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
McMillan, Malcolm Cook
Series statement
Library of Alabama classics
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Alabama
  • HISTORY
  • Alabama
  • Amerikaanse burgeroorlog
  • Electronic books
  • Regions & Countries - Americas
  • History & Archaeology
  • United States - General
Label
The Alabama confederate reader, [editor], Malcolm C. McMillan ; with an introduction by C. Peter Ripley
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Originally published: 1963
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (2). Jefferson Davis Comes to Montgomery. (3). Davis' Inaugural, February 18, 1861. (4). Montgomery as the Confederate Capital. (5). A War Clerk Watches the President and His Cabinet. (6). A Foreign Correspondent Visits the Confederate Capital. (7). The Montgomery Government Woos the Upper South. (8). The Capital Moves to Richmond -- 5. War Begins. (1). Alabamians Work for Peace. (2). Walker Orders Firing on Fort Sumter. (3). The Fall of Fort Sumter. (4). Alabama Churches and the War. (5). Recruiting and Arming the Twenty-Seventh Alabama. (6). To "My Dear Son" at Fort Morgan -- 6. King Cotton Diplomacy. (1). Yancey's Mission Abroad. (2). Governor Shorter on Cotton and Patriotism -- 7. The First Battle of Bull Run. (1). The Mobile Cadets Go to Virginia Singing "Dixie" (2). Surgeon Josiah Nott on Bull Run. (3). The Battle of Bull Run as Seen from Richmond -- 8. The Battle of Shiloh. (1). Colonel Wheeler Reports on Shiloh. (2). Chaplain Tichenor Exhorts the Boys
  • (3). The Aftermath of the Battle of Shiloh -- 9. The War in North Alabama. (1). Federal Gunboats Reach Florence. (2). The Occupation of Huntsville. (3). Some Mitchel-Stanton Correspondence. (4). A Southern Account of War in the Valley. (5). Unionism in North Alabama. (6). Virginia Clay on the Occupation of Huntsville. (7). A North Alabama Editor on the Valley After Federal Evacuation. (8). General Sherman on the War in North Alabama -- 10. Colonel Streight's Raid. (1). Streight's Account of His Raid and Capture. (2). Emma Sansom: Heroine at the Ford. (3). Federal or State Allegiance -- 11. The Tide Turns Against the South. (1). The "Gallant Pelham" Falls. (2). Colonel Oates Almost Takes Little Round Top. (3). Alabama Troops in Pickett's Charge. (4). The Retreat from Gettysburg. (5). Colonel Isham W. Garrott on Vicksburg. (6). Alabamians in the Siege of Vicksburg -- 12. Politics in Alabama During the War. (1). An Editorial on the Election of 1863. (2). Conscription and the Election of 1863
  • (3). Governor-Elect Thomas H. Watts on Reconstruction. (4). Conflict Within the Confederacy. (5). Governor Watts Versus the Davis Administration. (6). The Death and Burial of William L. Yancey -- 13. Rousseau's Raid and Sherman's Georgia Campaign. (1). Enemy Raids and Alabama's War Potential. (2). Sherman on the Objectives of Rousseau's Raid. (3). Rousseau's Account of His Raid. (4). Auburn Reacts to Rousseau's Raid. (5). Joe Wheeler's Cavalry Pursues Sherman in His March to the Sea -- 14. Confederate Ordnance and Supply. (1). Josiah Gorgas Reports on Ordnance. (2). William LeRoy Broun: Commander of the Richmond Arsenal. (3). Selma as an Ordnance Center -- 15. Alabama Fights on Inland and Outlying Waters. (1). Catesby ap R. Jones Commands the Merrimac. (2). The Florida Runs the Mobile Blockade. (3). A Mobile Built Submarine Sinks the Housatonic. (4). Admiral Raphael Semmes: Confederate Raider. (5). Governor Watts on the Defense of Mobile. (6). Farragut Damns the Torpedoes at Mobile Bay
  • 16. Behind the Lines: The Home Front. (1). The Failure of Finance and Taxation. (2). Social and Economic Conditions in Alabama: Inflation. (3). Bread Riots in Mobile. (4). A Northern Mechanic in Montgomery. (5). The Prattville Ladies Aid Society. (6). Augusta Evans Wilson: Confederate Propagandist. (7). School Books, Newspapers, and Culture in Confederate Alabama. (8). The Cahaba Prison. (9). Relief for Alabama Soldiers in Cold Northern Prisons. (10). Hospitals for Alabama Troops. (11). Life on a Blockaded South Alabama Plantation. (12). Dead on the Field of Battle. (13). Unpopular Measures of the Confederate Congress: Impressment. (14). Opposition to Conscription: Desertion -- 17. Efforts for Peace and Peace Societies. (1). The Hampton Roads Peace Conference. (2). William F. Samford, Fire-eater of 1861, says: Peace! Peace! (3). Underground Peace Societies in Alabama -- 18. The Fall of the Confederacy. (1). Hiding from the Yankees and Bushwhackers in North Alabama (Christmas, 1864)
  • (2). Wilson's Raid Through Alabama. (3). Croxton Burns the University of Alabama. (4). What Happened to an Alabama Soldier after Petersburg. (5). The Fall of Mobile and Final Surrender. (6). The Arrest of Alabama Civil War Leaders. (7). What Providence Has Ordained for Us
Control code
45730537
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxviii, 468 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780585176765
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)45730537
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Label
The Alabama confederate reader, [editor], Malcolm C. McMillan ; with an introduction by C. Peter Ripley
Publication
Note
Originally published: 1963
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (2). Jefferson Davis Comes to Montgomery. (3). Davis' Inaugural, February 18, 1861. (4). Montgomery as the Confederate Capital. (5). A War Clerk Watches the President and His Cabinet. (6). A Foreign Correspondent Visits the Confederate Capital. (7). The Montgomery Government Woos the Upper South. (8). The Capital Moves to Richmond -- 5. War Begins. (1). Alabamians Work for Peace. (2). Walker Orders Firing on Fort Sumter. (3). The Fall of Fort Sumter. (4). Alabama Churches and the War. (5). Recruiting and Arming the Twenty-Seventh Alabama. (6). To "My Dear Son" at Fort Morgan -- 6. King Cotton Diplomacy. (1). Yancey's Mission Abroad. (2). Governor Shorter on Cotton and Patriotism -- 7. The First Battle of Bull Run. (1). The Mobile Cadets Go to Virginia Singing "Dixie" (2). Surgeon Josiah Nott on Bull Run. (3). The Battle of Bull Run as Seen from Richmond -- 8. The Battle of Shiloh. (1). Colonel Wheeler Reports on Shiloh. (2). Chaplain Tichenor Exhorts the Boys
  • (3). The Aftermath of the Battle of Shiloh -- 9. The War in North Alabama. (1). Federal Gunboats Reach Florence. (2). The Occupation of Huntsville. (3). Some Mitchel-Stanton Correspondence. (4). A Southern Account of War in the Valley. (5). Unionism in North Alabama. (6). Virginia Clay on the Occupation of Huntsville. (7). A North Alabama Editor on the Valley After Federal Evacuation. (8). General Sherman on the War in North Alabama -- 10. Colonel Streight's Raid. (1). Streight's Account of His Raid and Capture. (2). Emma Sansom: Heroine at the Ford. (3). Federal or State Allegiance -- 11. The Tide Turns Against the South. (1). The "Gallant Pelham" Falls. (2). Colonel Oates Almost Takes Little Round Top. (3). Alabama Troops in Pickett's Charge. (4). The Retreat from Gettysburg. (5). Colonel Isham W. Garrott on Vicksburg. (6). Alabamians in the Siege of Vicksburg -- 12. Politics in Alabama During the War. (1). An Editorial on the Election of 1863. (2). Conscription and the Election of 1863
  • (3). Governor-Elect Thomas H. Watts on Reconstruction. (4). Conflict Within the Confederacy. (5). Governor Watts Versus the Davis Administration. (6). The Death and Burial of William L. Yancey -- 13. Rousseau's Raid and Sherman's Georgia Campaign. (1). Enemy Raids and Alabama's War Potential. (2). Sherman on the Objectives of Rousseau's Raid. (3). Rousseau's Account of His Raid. (4). Auburn Reacts to Rousseau's Raid. (5). Joe Wheeler's Cavalry Pursues Sherman in His March to the Sea -- 14. Confederate Ordnance and Supply. (1). Josiah Gorgas Reports on Ordnance. (2). William LeRoy Broun: Commander of the Richmond Arsenal. (3). Selma as an Ordnance Center -- 15. Alabama Fights on Inland and Outlying Waters. (1). Catesby ap R. Jones Commands the Merrimac. (2). The Florida Runs the Mobile Blockade. (3). A Mobile Built Submarine Sinks the Housatonic. (4). Admiral Raphael Semmes: Confederate Raider. (5). Governor Watts on the Defense of Mobile. (6). Farragut Damns the Torpedoes at Mobile Bay
  • 16. Behind the Lines: The Home Front. (1). The Failure of Finance and Taxation. (2). Social and Economic Conditions in Alabama: Inflation. (3). Bread Riots in Mobile. (4). A Northern Mechanic in Montgomery. (5). The Prattville Ladies Aid Society. (6). Augusta Evans Wilson: Confederate Propagandist. (7). School Books, Newspapers, and Culture in Confederate Alabama. (8). The Cahaba Prison. (9). Relief for Alabama Soldiers in Cold Northern Prisons. (10). Hospitals for Alabama Troops. (11). Life on a Blockaded South Alabama Plantation. (12). Dead on the Field of Battle. (13). Unpopular Measures of the Confederate Congress: Impressment. (14). Opposition to Conscription: Desertion -- 17. Efforts for Peace and Peace Societies. (1). The Hampton Roads Peace Conference. (2). William F. Samford, Fire-eater of 1861, says: Peace! Peace! (3). Underground Peace Societies in Alabama -- 18. The Fall of the Confederacy. (1). Hiding from the Yankees and Bushwhackers in North Alabama (Christmas, 1864)
  • (2). Wilson's Raid Through Alabama. (3). Croxton Burns the University of Alabama. (4). What Happened to an Alabama Soldier after Petersburg. (5). The Fall of Mobile and Final Surrender. (6). The Arrest of Alabama Civil War Leaders. (7). What Providence Has Ordained for Us
Control code
45730537
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxviii, 468 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780585176765
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)45730537
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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