4 edition of Grant and his generals. found in the catalog.
Grant and his generals.
Clarence Edward Noble Macartney
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Essay index reprint series|
|LC Classifications||E467 .M114 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 352 p.|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||75142660|
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The chapter on John Rawlins is a nearly definitive examination of this complicated, neurotic nanny-goat, the man who watched over Grant lest he lapse into "intemperance." › Books › Biographies & Memoirs.
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Free shipping over $ A series of acclaimed and decorated generals had been plagued by indecision and ineptitude. Grant hardly seemed destined for glory. He was a reluctant military student at West Point and resigned from the Army at age When Ulysses Grant was promoted to general in chief of all Union armies in Marchit was an act of desperation on the part of In Lincoln and His Generals, T.
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Title The surrender of General Lee. And his [ent]ire army to Lieut General Grant, April 9th Summary Print shows Generals Grant and Lee, each with two officers nearby, standing at center beneath a large tree with scarred trunk; Union and Confederate officers are on horseback in the middle distance and the soldiers of each army are grouped in formations in the :// Grant, for his part, was a keen observer of human nature who believed that attending West Point at “the right time”—he encountered more than 50 future Civil War generals there—together Grant’s Presidency, – Paul Kahan Grant and His Generals: A Study of Civil War Command Harry S.
Laver Biography of Julia Dent Grant Pamela K. Sanfilippo General U. Grant and President Andrew Johnson Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein Grant and the Native Americans Mary Stockwell Ulysses S. Grant: The Making of an American Hero Frank J. Grant and his generals. New York: McBride Co. MLA Citation. Macartney, Clarence Edward Noble.
Grant and his generals / by Clarence Edward Macartney McBride Co New York Australian/Harvard Citation. Macartney, Clarence Edward Noble. Grant and his generals / by Clarence Edward Macartney McBride Co New York. Wikipedia Citation In his book The Trial of U.S.
Grant, Charles Ellington illuminates Grant's controversial West coast years. He asserts "Captain Grant was not an alcoholic. Not ten days after this removal General Smith wrote to Senator Foote stating that Generals Grant and Butler called on him the last of June and that General Grant said: 'That drink of Book Review on Lincoln’s General.
Book Review on Lincoln’s General Summary. From the period the war came to an end, Gettysburg was viewed as one of the most successful of the generals. People from the North began celebrating the victory of Gettysburg and his :// Lincoln And His Generals, by Clarence Edward Macartney.
Is this book necessary. To be fair, there are a lot of books about Abraham Lincoln in existence, many of which I happen to have read and reviewed and many more of which remain unread because it is hard for people to become familiar with the body of work that exists in :// Grant and Lee: A study in Contrasts Bruce Catton When Ulysses S.
Grant and Robert E. Lee met in the parlor of a modest house at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on April 9,to work out the terms for the surrender of Lee's For instance, the best generals were those who could adapt.
General Lee was a general of the past, Ulysses S. Grant was a m It is a very good book, in a topic I'm not terribly interested in - the Civil War. Lincoln and His Generals is more of a biography of Lincoln and his Generals than it is a history :// They sold phenomenally well, and Grant the failed businessman left his widow a fortune in royalties from sales of the book.
His funeral procession through the streets of Manhattan closed the city, and behind his pallbearers, who included both Confederate and Union generals, marched thousands of veterans from both sides of the ://?id=TssAXSdPTi4C.
Ulysses S. Grant served as U.S. general and commander of the Union armies during the late years of the American Civil War, later becoming the 18th U.S.
://Grant and Lee: A Study In Contrasts. From the earliest postwar days, Robert E. Lee was praised as a military genius. Typical is this statement by Lee’s Adjutant-General Walter H. Taylor: “It is well to bear in mind the great inequality between the two contending armies, in order that one may have a proper appreciation of the difficulties which beset General Lee in the task of thwarting the The king replied he wished he would bite his other generals.
Starting in September the tale of Lincoln and Grant’s brand of whiskey was reported in newspapers in New York, Washington, D.C., Ohio and elsewhere. Here is a version published in in a book about General Grant: 9