2 edition of They who fought here found in the catalog.
They who fought here
Bell Irvin Wiley
|Statement||Text by Bell Irvin Wiley; illus. selected byHirst D. Milhollen.|
|Contributions||Milhollen, Hirst Dillon.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
What They Fought For, WHAT THEY FOUGHT FOR reveals that even the Civil War can produce new nuggets from the historical stream. will help you with any book or any. What They Fought For, , by the renowned historian James M. McPherson, is an exceptional discourse on the Civil War, a colloquy among the very men who risked their lives in that conflict. McPherson draws on the letters or diaries of nearly one thousand Union and Confederate soldiers in investigating what motivated those who fought the Civil War.
For Cause and Comrades deserves similar accolades, as McPherson's masterful prose and the soldiers' own words combine to create both an important book on an often-overlooked aspect of our bloody Civil War, and a powerfully moving account of the men who fought it.4/5(5). I was fortunate to find this book on audio cassette back in and after listening to it numerous times since then, it’s still my favorite audiobook! “ Degrees: The True Story of a Deadly Fire and the Men who Fought It” is a gripping and engaging work of real-life literature that chronicles the lives of the firefighters, community /5.
The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. Start studying What They Fought for Book Quiz. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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Published Condition Good in fair dust jacket. Signed by author. Inscription signed by WIley on fep. DJ is quiet worn, soilied with substantial edge Edition First edition.
First printing [stated] Item Price $. Here the reader will find the immediate details of life during the Civil War - the size of a Minie ball, the original color of Confederate trousers, the prescribed ration They who fought here book both sides, the weight and length of a Springfield rifled musket, the consistency of hardtack, the importance of the paymaster, the feeling of going into action, what it Book Edition: 1st Edition, 1st Printing.
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# Bonanza Books\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n wdrs. They Who Fought Here by Bell Irvin Wiley and Hirst D. Milhollen. New York: The MacMillan Company, First edition. Signed by the author and inscribed to Senator Ralph W.
Yarbrough (D Texas), the only Senator from the deep south to vote in favor of the Civil Rights Act. Text and compilations coming from letters and diaries of the time. Gray and yellow cloth binding. Age wear to dust Price: $ In "What They Fought For," James McPherson presents us with his study of the correspondence of Confederate and Union soldiers during the Civil War as an examination of what these men believed they were fighting war/5.
They Who Fought Here Bell I Wiley and Hirst D Mohollen They Who Fought. Who Here Fought They Hirst D and Mohollen I Bell Wiley Wiley Mohollen Bell I Who and D Here They Fought. Here is a book to place on the same honored shelf with DIVIDED WE FOUGHT, a book which owes its appearance to the same reverent curiosity which inspired that volume, a book which in both text and illustrations is an enduring monument to the fighting soldier on both sides/5.
THEY WHO FOUGHT HERE by Bell Irvin Wiley; PUBLISHER: Bonanza Books, NY; a printing, Pages. Another look at the War Between the States; Civil War era. You are considering an oversized hardcover book, without Rating: % positive.
Publishedpages, near mint condition book, wear to the dust jacket. US SALES ONLY. Publishedpages, near mint condition book, wear to the dust jacket.
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Milhollen. USA: Bonanza Books, First Edition. pages. Hardcover with dust jacket. They who fought here. Author: Bell Irvin Wiley ; Hirst Dillon Milhollen ; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University.
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They Who Fought Here by Bell I Wiley and Hirst Milhollen. Bonanza Books, New York, Likely early reprint. Bell Wiley has written the text out of his unique familiarity and letters.
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