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by John Langellier,John White


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John Langellier, John White. The Union infantrymen were the 1,700 regiments of foot soldiers who became the mainstay of 'Mr Lincoln's Army'. These long-suffering, hard-fighting Yankees from farmsteads, hamlets, and urban centers, saved the Union

John Langellier, John White. These long-suffering, hard-fighting Yankees from farmsteads, hamlets, and urban centers, saved the Union. Their hopes and fears, joy and sorrow, cowardice and bravery were recorded in diaries, letters, memoirs and legions of histories

Union Infantryman 1861-65. Book in the Osprey Warrior Series). by John White and John P. Langellier.

Union Infantryman 1861-65. A Union supporter once said, "What is a man's life worth if our glorious union is to be shattered by traitors?" President Lincoln's volunteers and conscripted soldiers expanded the permanent Union army to include 1,700 regiments of foot soldiers during the course of the war. Those who became part of "Mr. Lincoln's Army" came from various social and economic conditions, and they documented their day-to-day life in diaries, letters and memoirs. has been added to your Basket. John Langellier received his bachelor's and master's degrees in History from the University of San Diego and his P. in Military History from Kansas State University

Union Infantryman 1861-65. in Military History from Kansas State University. He is the author of numerous books and monographs, and has worked as a historical curator for several years.

Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Bloomsbury PublishingReleased: Aug 20, 2013ISBN: 9781472805331Format: book. The United States census for 1860 reported that 31,443,321 people called the vast young nation home, a substantial increase from the previous decade when the count was 23,191,876.

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John Langellier's expert text strengthens these narratives along with contemporary . He is the author of numerous books and monographs, and has worked as a historical curator for several years

John Langellier's expert text strengthens these narratives along with contemporary images and photographs of key artefacts. item 1 Union Infantryman 1861-65: Weapons, Armour, Tactics (Warrior) -Union Infantryman 1861-65: Weapons, Armour, Tactics (Warrior). item 2 Warrior: Union infantryman: 1861-65 by John Langellier (Paperback, softback) -Warrior: Union infantryman: 1861-65 by John Langellier (Paperback, softback). He has a particular passion for the people and events of the American Civil War.

Union Infantryman 1861–65 (Warrior).

Union Infantryman 1861-65 (Warrior). Published May 25, 2001 by Osprey Publishing.

Union Infantryman 1861-1865: Weapons, Armour, Tactics - Warrior S. No. 31. .Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. 31 (Paperback). John P. Langellier (author), John White (illustrator). The Union Infantrymen were the 1700 regiments of foot soldiers who became the mainstay of 'Mr. Lincoln's Army'. In many respects these long-suffering, hard-fighting Yankees from farmsteads, hamlets, and urban centres saved the Union. Their hopes and fears, joy and sorrows, cowardice and bravery were recorded in diaries, letters, memoirs and legions of histories.

A Union supporter once said, "What is a man's life worth if our glorious union is to be shattered by traitors?" President Lincoln's volunteers and conscripted soldiers expanded the permanent Union army to include 1,700 regiments of foot soldiers during the course of the war. Those who became part of "Mr. Lincoln's Army" came from various social and economic conditions, and they documented their day-to-day life in diaries, letters and memoirs. Drawing on these narratives, contemporary photographs, and meticulous archival research, this book provides a vivid account of the common Union infantryman from recruitment and training to his experiences on the battlefield during the American Civil War (1861-1865).

Comments: (4)

Kare
Despite the gray uniform on the cover, this Osprey reference book on Union Infantrymen continues the long tradition of the publisher to produce excellent, well laid out, fully illustrated and interesting references of historic units and conflicts! The always included color renderings provide historians, toy soldier collectors, re-enactors, and just plain interested people with some detail not normally found in books in this price range. Quick read, logical chapter groupings, and excellent photos and drawings - still at the top of their game!!
Danrad
Cool book
Cerana
I bought this book to gather background for an historical novel I'm writing set in the Civil War. It was probably written for young adult readers, but it does give an astonishing amount of information about the Civil War and the infantry. It describes the choices of weapons along with their advantages and disadvantages. It describes the uniforms worn (wool). It also provides some insight into the soldiers' lives. Regardless of the target audience, the information is generally correct (read other interview) and if readers want a quick Civil War reference, this is a great buy!

Janet Carroll, author of From One Bitch to Another
I am hcv men
For serious scholars this book is a bit light weight. By the way, the Iron Brigade got their nickname at South Mountain, not Antietem.
Union Infantryman 1861–65 (Warrior) download epub
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Author: John Langellier,John White
ISBN: 1841761761
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Osprey Publishing (May 25, 2001)
Pages: 64 pages