7 edition of Hampton and his cavalry in "64. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Edward L. Wells.|
|LC Classifications||E546.5.H2 W4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. 1., 429, xiv p.|
|Number of Pages||429|
|LC Control Number||00000443|
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Hampton And His Cavalry In '64 Paperback – Decem by Edward L. Wells (Author) See all 20 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Edward L. Wells. Hampton and His Cavalry in '64 HAMPTON & HIS CAVALRY IN 64 Page xiii - Readers the publishers desire to call attention to some of the features which distinguish these books from others of their kind, and which they believe will commend them to all progressive educators: 1st.
They have been prepared with special reference to. the. Hampton and His Cavalry in '64 rare book for sale. This First Edition by Edward WELLS is available at Bauman Rare Books. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wells, Edward Laight, b.
Hampton and his cavalry in ' Richmond, Va., B.F. Johnson pub. Some light wear to cloth, gilt a bit faded otherwise a very good copy from the library of John Needels Chester, with his engraved bookplate. First edition of this biography of the military career of Lieut.-General Wade Hampton during the campaign ofwhen he commanded the Cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia.
Hampton and his cavalry in '64 Limited ed edition by Edward Laight Wells. Published by Owens Pub. Written in English.
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Hampton and his cavalry in '64 by Wells, Edward Laight, b. Publication date Topics Hampton, Wade,Confederate States of America. Army. Hampton's Cavalry Division Publisher Richmond, Va.: B.F. Johnson Pub. Includes index Electronic reproduction digitized The online edition of this book in the public domain, i.e.
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Browse. All of Institutional Repository. Jetzt verfügbar bei - B.F. Johnson, Richmond, Virginia - - First Edition. - Octavo. pages, 14 pages index, (4)pp. ads. illustrated. Hampton commanded the famed "Hampton's Legion." Following his recovery from a wound received in the early fighting of the Peninsula campaign inhe was promoted to brigadier general and transferred to the cavalry.
Cavalry Action at Haw’s Shop. The following account of the cavalry action at Haw’s Shop on was taken from the book “3 rd Virginia Cavalry” by Thomas P.
Nanzig. Details about Hampton & his Cavalry in '64 South Carolina Regimental Series Edward L. Wells The last book I ordered came half out of the shipping envelope and the last item I ordered all I received was the envelope it was shipped in.
I do my very best with over 20 years of shipping experience to ensure this doesn't happen when you receive Seller Rating: % positive. Wade Hampton III was born in at 54 Hasell St.
in Charleston, South Carolina, the eldest son of "Colonel" Wade Hampton II (–) and Ann (née Fitzsimmons) Hampton. His mother was from a wealthy family in Charleston. After the War ofhis father had built his own fortune on land speculation in the s/wars: American Civil War. Wade Hampton: Civil War Service.
While he was unenthusiastic about secession, Hampton resigned his position in the South Carolina state senate in. Wade Hampton was authorized to create a legion, which would include six companies of infantry, four companies of cavalry, and a company of artillery.
By MayHampton had completed the organizing of the legion and it became known as Hampton Legion, South Carolina. Wells, Edward Laight, Hampton and his cavalry in ' By Edward L.
Wells. Richmond, Va., B.F. Johnson pub. company, Wells, Edward Laight. Hampton and his cavalry in '64 (Richmond, Va., B.F. Johnson pub. company, ), pages. Includes a description of activities of Hampton's Brigade in the South Carolina Cavalry. Book at ; Wells, Edward L. In Harold Howard of Lynchburg, Virginia became determined to publish a history of every Virginia regiment (infantry, artillery and cavalry) that served Virginia in the War Between the States.
He named the series: "The Virginia Regimental Histories Series.” His first book was published in and the last was published in Seller Rating: % positive. Hampton and His Cavalry in 64 avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving 4/5(3). Wells, Edward L.
Hampton and His Cavalry in 64, originally published inCharleston, S.C. republished in by Owens Publishing Co. Richmond, VA. ISBN X. William K. Bachman ordnance return and muster roll, W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library, The University of ance: Confederate States.
Septem Hampton Sets Out to Rustle Some Cattle. Note: Here is the best map I could find of Hampton’s Beefsteak Raid. There are surprisingly few of these out there. Brief Summary: One hundred and fifty years ago today, on SeptemWade Hampton set out with approximately 3, men of his Cavalry Corps from camps southwest of Petersburg on the Boydton Plank Road.The Hampton home Millwood was the center of South Carolina society and influence.
If Hampton II represented the flood tide of the planter ethos, his son, Wade Hampton III, represented the ebb tide.  Wade Hampton III was born in and grew to maturity at Millwood, inheriting the wealth and prestige of a great planter family.Cavalry Fiction Books For Men Fiction novels with cavalry as the subject or main theme.
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