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Three months in the Confederate Army

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Published by University of Alabama Press in Tuscaloosa .
Written in

    Places:
  • Alabama,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Hotze, Henry, 1833-1887.,
    • Confederate States of America. Army. Alabama Infantry Regiment, 3rd.,
    • Soldiers -- Alabama -- Biography.,
    • Alabama -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate.,
    • Alabama -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementHenry Hotze ; with a preface, an introduction, and notes by Richard Barksdale Harwell.
      GenreBiography., Personal narratives., Personal narratives, Confederate.
      ContributionsHarwell, Richard Barksdale.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE551.5 3rd .H68 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 83 p. ;
      Number of Pages83
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3678145M
      ISBN 100817350551
      LC Control Number2003018465

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Three Months in the Confederate Army Paperback – Aug by Henry Hotze (Author)Author: Henry Hotze. Three Months in the Confederate Army, Three Months in the Confederate Army,Confederate service, Confederate gh not born in the South (Zurich, Switzerland, ), Henry Hotze's devotion to the cause of the Confederacy was as ardent as that of any native secessionist.

As a member of the Mobile Cadets, an elite volunteer company of the Gulf Price: $   The Paperback of the Three Months in the Southern States: an officer of the Coldstream Guards' Observations of the Confederate Army on Campaign During the Due to COVID, orders Three months in the Confederate Army book be delayed.

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Author: Henry Hotze; Richard Barksdale Harwell: Publisher: University, Ala. Univ. of Alabama Press, [©] Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Confederate States of America.

Three Months in the Southern States: April-June [Fremantle Lt. Col., Arthur J. F., Gallagher, Gary W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Three Months in the Southern States: Cited by: The common image of the Confederate Army during the Civil War is dominated by a limited number of early photogaphs of troops wearing the gray and butternut of the CS regulations and quartermaster issues.

By contrast, this book examines the uniforms of the Louisiana and Texas militia and volunteer companies originally brought together in the Confederate field armies; and the continuing efforts.

Really disliked this book. Author protests that he is just giving the view of what he saw, presumably while serving in Confederate army. You must get 30% through the book before it even gets to the army life. The author continuall6reminds us he is unbiased observer then his strong biases are clearly seen/5.

The common image of the Confederate Army during the Civil War is dominated by a limited number of early photographs of officers and men wearing the gray and butternut associated with the CS regulations and quartermaster issues. This sequence of books examines a much wider field: the original uniforms of the state and volunteer companies which were brought together to form the Confederate field.

The main Confederate armies, the Army of Northern Virginia under General Robert E. Lee and the remnants of the Army of Tennessee and various other units under General Joseph E. Johnston, surrendered to the U.S.

on April 9, (officially April 12), and Ap (officially April 26).Commander-in-Chief: Jefferson Davis. "The Three-Cornered War sheds a bright light on the forgotten intersection of America's westward expansion and its cataclysmic Civil War.

Full of irony, sharp character sketches and fast-paced battle scenes, Megan Kate Nelson's book should be read by anyone who wants to understand the roots of modern America -- or just wants a gripping story Released on: Febru The Confederate army early found that volunteers alone were insufficient, and the first conscription law was passed in Apr., By a later act (Feb., ), white men within the ages of 17 and 50 were drafted into military service.

miles below the Confederate garrison at Vicksburg, Mississippi. From 1 to 17 May, Grants co’ mmand defeated Confederate forces at Port Gibson, Raymond, Jackson, Champion Hill, and the Big Black River Bridge. By the end of the month, Grant had trapped Lt. Gen. John C. Pemberton’s 30, Confederates inside their fortifications around Vicksburg.

The Confederate States of America was a collection of 11 states that seceded from the United States in following the election of President. Page - SEC.

That the President may, in cases when in his opinion the public interest requires that he should do so, appoint major and brigadier generals with their appropriate staff, and also the field, company, and staff officers to regiments, battalions, companies, or squadrons, before the same are organized, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, and if said regiments.

Gettysburg July 3 Confederate: The Army of Northern Virginia | James Arnold | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Zurich-born Henry Hotze's Three Months in the Confederate Army is a particularly noteworthy example of valuable primary source material, though one with an unusual dual purpose.

On the surface, it is the chronicle of a soldier's experiences during the heady early days of the war. To augment the reduced Regular Army, Lincoln asked the governors of the loyal states militiamen to serve for three months, the maximum time permissible under existing laws.

With a unanimity which astonished most people, the northern states responded withmen. Confederate Medical Personnel. SpringVol. 26, No. 1 | Genealogy Notes. By DeAnne Blanton.

If your Civil War–era ancestor, whether free or slave, white or black, served the Confederate army in a medical capacity, it is possible that you may find documentation of his or her role in records at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Documentation of Confederate medical.

The Provisional Army of the Confederate States (PACS) was authorized by Act of Congress on Februand began organizing on April The Army of Confederate States was the regular army, organized by Act of Congress on March 6, It was authorized to incl men, including Commander-in-Chief: President Jefferson Davis.

In the six months preceding passage of the March act, soldiers, civilians, newspaper editors, and public servants debated the proposal to arm the slaves. A few Confederate military units published circulars favoring the proposal, but other units opposed it, and many predicted privately that white Confederate troops would never consent to it.

Book/Printed Material Fourteen hundred and 91 days in the Confederate army. A journal kept by W. Heartsill, for four years, one month, and one day: or, Camp life; day-by-day, of the W.

Lane rangers, from April 19th,to May 20th Camp life, day-by-day, of the W.P. Lange rangers. A book of the names and address of people living in a city. Henry Hotze has written: 'Three months in the Confederate Army' -- subject(s): Confederate Personal narratives, Confederate States. An illustration showing the uniforms of the Confederate army contrasted with those of the U.S.

Army. Each branch of the Confederate States armed forces had their own service dress and fatigue uniforms and regulations regarding them during the American Civil War. Some soldiers in the Confederate Army was willing to defend the South from the Union Army but objected to offensive operations.

When Robert E. Lee decided to take the war to the north in the summer ofan estima men deserted. This number increased after the defeats at Vicksburg and the end of the war there were an estimateddeserters at large in the South.

Posted by Christian Clay Columba Campbell 2 May Posted in General Tags: Confederate Army, Confederate States of America, Damn Yankees, Lieutenant Colonel Arthur James Lyon Fremantle, Sacrifice, The South, Three Months in the Southern States, United Kingdom, Virtue, War of Northern Aggression Leave a comment on Never a Desponding Word.

During the fall of when General Sherman and his army invaded Georgia, the young Eliza Frances Andrews and her sister Metta fled from their home in Washington, Georgia, to safety in the southwest of the state.

Eliza kept a diary that reflects the anger and despair of Confederate citizens during the final months of the Civil War.

The Confederate army casualties at Murfreesboro, and the Mississippians in the army were particularly hard hit, suffering more than 1, killed, wounded, or missing. Many of these men became casualties while trying to storm a strong Federal position known as the Round Forest.

As to your statement that Confederate soldiers having spare clothing was a ludicrous I should read on. Pvt.

Barr of the 5th South Carolina cavalry, cited above, wrote home frequently to complain about having far too much clothing (as did numerous other Confederate soldiers). In my book I back up these statements with hundreds of regimental.

The Civil War Reminiscences of J. Robuck: My Own Personal Experience and Observation as a Soldier in the Confederate Army During the Civil WarAlso During the Period of Reconstruction by J. Robuck and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In Up From Corinth: Book 2 of Journey Into Darkness, Duane Kinkade’s search for his father leads him to the Confederate Army at Corinth, Mississippi, and into battle near a church called Shiloh at a place called Pittsburg Landing.

He finds himself in a quagmire when the circumstances of battle land him with the Union Army in the care of an army surgeon. Book/Printed Material Fourteen hundred and 91 days in the Confederate army. A journal kept by W. Heartsill, for four years, one month, and one day: or, Camp life; day-by-day, of the W.

Lane rangers, from April 19th,to May 20th Minorities In The Confederate Army Historical facts concerning the ethnic makeup of the Confederate Army by James S. Davis, General William W. Loring Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans. Many. 1 Sec MAA 4S0. Pit ConfttUratt Army (3) tjmuiana & Trxas.

This Texan volunteer wears a battle shirt with brass ball buttons. His ammunition is carried in a hunting pouch on his right hip - the left, in this reversed image. It has a powder horn and measure, and the sling, with an unusually wide shoulder piece, carries a sheathed dirk.

Answering: Why was the Confederate Army more prepared than the Union Army at the Start of the Civil War. There are a number of factors, some of them touched upon by others answering this question. First and foremost the Confederates had a head sta. A new book, The Irish at Gettysburg, says the real story of the Irish who fought with the Confederate Army is only just starting to be told.

Seemingly everything. The Uniforms of the Confederate States military forces were the uniforms used by the Confederate Army and Navy during the American Civil War, from to The uniform initially varied greatly due to a variety of reasons, such as location, limitations on the supply of cloth and other materials, State regulations that were different from the standard regulations, and the cost of materials.

In a recent post, I took to task a well-known researcher on the subject of black Confederate soldiers, for her misrepresenting the case of a private in the 21st U.S. Colored Infantry, who upon enlistment was taken out of the ranks and assigned to work as a company gh his subsequent disability discharge paperwork makes clear that the year-old private’s reassignment as.

Colonel Arthur Fremantle of Great Britain’s Royal Army was the best known British subject who wrote of and published his experiences with both the Union and Confederate armies in his role as an “observer.” He wrote about his feelings over the conflict in the preface of his book entitled, Three months in the Southern States.

A book-length treatment of the topic of official black service in the Confederate Army is the excellent Gray and the Black: Confederate Debate on Emancipation by Robert F.

Durden, (). References. Austermann, Wayne R. (). Virginia’s Black Confederates.A Civil War buff, he spent months combing the National Archives in Washington, the Armed Forces Medical School and libraries in Virginia and North Carolina for information on Confederate medicine.

(Ma ) In the four-minute video below Shelby Foote reads from the reminisces of Private Berry Benson who joined the Confederate Army at age seventeen three months .