6 edition of Civil War in the Ozarks found in the catalog.
Civil War in the Ozarks
Phillip W. Steele
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Phillip W. Steele and Steve Cottrell.|
|LC Classifications||F417.O9 S84 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009009646|
A struggle for power: --Year of decision: --A reign of terror: --A bloody finale: --Lost treasures of the Civil War --Jesse and Frank James in the Civil War. Responsibility: Phillip W. Steele and Steve Cottrell. This group will mainly used to discuss Ozarks Frontier history through the Civil War on the Ozark Plateau. Interesting finds, information, pictures all welcome. Oh, and stories. We like the stories.
Community & Conflict: The Impact of the Civil War in the Ozarks, is a collaborative digitization effort to document the war in the Trans-Mississippi Theater. Traditional Civil War scholarship has focused on events east of the Mississippi River. Ozarks' bloody war years covered in second book in trilogy and detailed — though sometimes densely phrased — account of the violent life of the Ozarks during and after the Civil War.
Many people may not realize that the Ozarks were a volatile region during the Civil War, but according to The New York Times, the Battle of Carthage was "the first serious conflict between the United States troops and the rebels." In writing Civil War in the Ozarks, the late Phillip W. Steele and Steve Cottrell extensively researched the battles Price Range: $ - $ In writing Civil War in the Ozarks, the late Phillip W. Steele and Steve Cottrell extensively researched the battles on the western front that took place between and They looked at the heroes, outlaws, and peacemakers who influenced the role Brand: Arcadia Publishing SC.
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Steele. Many people may not realize that the Ozarks were a volatile region during the Civil War, but according to The New York Times, the Battle of Carthage was the first Free shipping over $/5(4). One of this book’s key strengths is Blevins’ emphasis on the continuity of violence in the Ozarks, from the Kansas Border War of the s, through the guerrilla war of the Civil War years, to the continuing violence perpetuated by the Ku Klux Klan and pro-Republican groups such as Taney County, Missouri’s Bald Knobbers.
History The Civil War The Civil War in the Ozarks, The Civil War years in the southern Missouri Ozarks were a sad and bitter time. Arkansas seceded from the Union to join the Confederacy, while Missouri remained in the Union.
The Ozarks were a. CIVIL WAR IN THE OZARKS Revised Edition By Phillip W. Steele and Steve Cottrell HISTORY / United States / Civil War Period () pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 43 b/w photos 13 b/w illus.
1 map Biblio. Index ISBN: pb. Search Results «Older Entries. William E. Woodruff, Jr. Papers. Civil War Era Medicine. Refugee Life in the Ozarks. Home Front. Guerrilla Warfare.
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This regimental order book documents correspondences, general orders and special orders between and Memories of the Old Cannon Trail: A Civil War Battle in the Ozarks Dr. Jim Vandergriff.
Delivered at the Missouri Folklore Society Conference. Octo One of the things I wonder about fairly often is how I have come to know or believe this and that.
Civil War-era artifacts including letters, maps, diaries, weapons, flags, uniforms and photographs. #N#Harrison Gleim Civil War Papers, Papers of Harrison Gleim, who served in the Civil War as Lieutenant and quartermaster in the Missouri Light Artillery, and later as Major and aide-de-camp in the 2nd Missouri Cavalry.
Includes. The Civil War in the Ozarks included the Battles of Pea Ridge and Carthage, Quantrill's guerrilla raiders, relocated Indians from what would become Oklahoma, and people who would later become famous like Jessie James, Wild Bill Hickok, and Belle Star. "It's great to see a revised edition of this Civil War classic as the war west of the Mississippi gets more critical attention from scholars."-Ozarks Mountaineer"This book is highly recommended." -Curled Up with a Good BookIn this revised edition, the late Phillip W.
Steele and Steve Cottrell provide new insight into the clashes that occurred in the Ozarks and additional commentary. — “Civil War Across the Ozarks,” a lecture by John Bradbury, retired assistant director of the State Historical Society of Missouri, will be held at 7 p.m.
Friday, June — “Did Slavery Cause the Civil War?,” a lecture by historian Dr. George Hoemann, will be held at 7 p.m.
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This 'Civil War Cave' In The Ozarks Is A Hidden Gem Also on display are rocks proving the artistic gifts of Wanetta Bright, author of a book about the cave titled Smallin Civil War Car.
The Civil War Round Table of the Ozarks has met continuously since Members host monthly meetings and free programs at the Library Center, S. Campbell Avenue, Springfield, Missouri, Visitors are welcome to attend.
The CWRTO's monthly newsletter is called the Buck & Ball.Civil War Ghosts of Southwest Missouri. likes 8 talking about this. Civil War turned SW Missouri into the burnt district.
Horrors and violence plagued the people and haunt the area still. In this revised edition of Civil War in the Ozarks, Steve Cottrell and the late Phillip W. Steele extensively researched and chronicled, in new detail, the battles that took place in the Ozarks during the Civil War.
With additional commentary from contemporary experts and primary sources, this enhanced edition provides new insight into the.