2 edition of Brandywine home front during the Civil War, 1861-1865. found in the catalog.
Brandywine home front during the Civil War, 1861-1865.
Norman B. Wilkinson
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Preface—“This book portrays the life on one home front, the Brandywine-Wilmington region during the four 1861-1865. book of the war. It is chiefly concerned with the people dwelling in the mill villages that lined the lower reach of Brandywine creek, a stretch of stream extending about five miles from Rockland to Wilmington Author: Norman B.
Wilkinson. Add tags for "The Brandywine home front during the Brandywine home front during the Civil War War, ". Be the first. Official Record of the War of the Rebellion (OR Army) Frederick H. Dyer, A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, Volume III, Regimental Histories(New York: Thomas Yoseloff, ) Norman B.
Wilkinson, The Brandywine Home Front During the Civil War, (Wilmington, DE: Kaumagraph Company, ). Civil War America: Voices from the Home Front (North’s Civil War). New York: Fordham University Press, Meltzer, Milton. Voices from the Civil War.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell,Reger, James P. Life in the South During the Civil War. San Diego: Lucent Books, American Civil War - American Civil War - The Southern home front: By the war was taking a clear toll on the civilians of both sides.
The Union had the Copperheads. Labour shortages and inflation also complicated life for Northerners, though on the whole the economy boomed in the North during the war. Whatever difficulties Yankees experienced paled in comparison with those of Southerners.
The Library is preparing to host an exhibit highlighting the home front of the Brandywine creek area during the Civil War. I have been tasked with compiling a narrative on the subject, examining how the region responded to and was impacted by the War Between the States.
The Brandywine Homefront during the Civil War Inscribed and signed by the author. Delaware during the American Civil War. Preface—“This book portrays the life on one home front, the Brandywine-Wilmington region during. Read More about The Brandywine Homefront during the Civil War The Civil War home front offers rich opportunities for historical research and exploration which scholars are investigating in growing numbers and with increasing sophistication.
The studies of the decade to come are likely to enhance our understanding at. The book shows the regiment and camp location, date, order number, and names of the commander and official from the Adjutant General's Office.
Register of Furloughs, This book is a record of leave granted to soldiers in the 9th Delaware Regiment. Get this from a library. Life goes on: the Civil War at home, [James R Arnold; Roberta Wiener] -- Looks at life on the home front during the Civil War, examining the experiences of men and women from the North and South who kept farms, factories, hospitals, homes, and.
On SeptemGeneral George Washington was determined to prevent the British from capturing the American seat of government, Philadelphia. Taking up positions along Brandywine Creek, Washington mistakenly believed that his army blocked all fords across the Brandywine.
Nursing Union. During the Civil War (–65), the United States Sanitary Commission, a federal civilian agency, handled most of the medical and nursing care of the Union armies, together with necessary acquisition and transportation of medical supplies.
Dorothea Dix, serving as the Commission's Superintendent, was able to convince the medical corps of the value of women working in Over the years, the Delaware Historical Society has published articles that deal with the Civil War in their Delaware History periodical.
Of particular note is Norman B. Wilkinson's four-part series “The Brandywine Home Front during the Civil War,” which focuses on events taking place in New Castle County during the period from to The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History’s “The Civil War, ” Collection.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History’s “The Civil War, ” Collection is available for study at the Institute. Visit Website. Princeton University Library’s Collection of Civil War.
"The Southern Homefront, ," presents documents related to all aspects of Southern life during the Civil War. In particular, government and civilian publications demonstrate the Confederate States of America's unsuccessful attempt to create a viable nation state. War on the Waters: The Union and Confederate Navies, (Littlefield History of the Civil War Era) We Shall Meet Again: The First Battle of Manassas (Bull Run) JulyWhen the Yankees Come: Former South Carolina Slaves Remember Sherman’s Invasion (Voices from the Dust) (Volume 1).
Klement wrote nine books and more than 50 articles about the Civil War era. He retired from full-time teaching in but continued as an emeritus member of the Marquette University faculty until Klement died on Jshortly after putting the finishes on the manuscript for Wisconsin in the Civil War, his final s: 8.
During the Civil War, there are documents relating to Reynolds's arrest and detention by federal agents. Letters,chiefly concern getting bales of cotton from Alabama and Mississippi planters to market in spite of federal agents' authorization to seize cotton as reparation payments.
(Civil War impressions by an English visitor to the Union states during the first year of the conflict. Vol. 1: August-December, ; Vol. 2: December, March, Eyewitness account of democracy's struggle for survival and intelligent, objective commentary on characteristic features of American life.).
Pastime: Life & Love on the Homefront During the Civil War, Edited by Helen Drury Macsherry for the Union Mills Homestead Foundation. Located at an important crossroads in rural Carroll County, Maryland, two Shriver families lived across the road from one another in the s, one family operating a grist mill, the other a tannery.During the Civil War, Delaware was a slave state that remained in the Union.
(Delaware voters voted not to secede on January 3, ) (Delaware voters voted not to secede on January 3, ) Delaware had been the first state to embrace the Union by ratifying the Constitution, and would be the last to leave it, according to Delaware's governor.The Southern Homefront.
In the Hospital,is a tribute to Southern nurses. Civil War nurses were sometimes called "angels of the battlefield," working long hours to heal and comfort wounded and dying soldiers. the supply of newsprint was exhausted in some areas during the Civil War.
Some newpaper publishers improvised by printing.