6 edition of Custer in the Civil War found in the catalog.
Custer in the Civil War
George Armstrong Custer
|Statement||compiled and edited by John M. Carroll.|
|Contributions||Carroll, John M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||233|
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George Armstrong Custer is better known for his post-bellum exploits rather than his Civil War career. His success, however, in the Union army was due in large part to his dual . James S. Robbins (born ) is an American commentary writer for USA Today and Senior Fellow for National Security Affairs on the American Foreign Policy Council. He is the former Alma mater: University of Cincinnati, Tufts University.
One of Custer's Wolverines: The Civil War Letters of Brevet Brigadier General James H. Kidd, 6th Michigan Cavalry by James Harvey Kidd, Eric J. Wittenberg (Editor) Listed under Civil War Michigan. Riding With Custer: Recollections of a Cavalryman in the Civil War . Mr. Wert spoke about his new book, [Custer: The Controversial Life of. George Armstrong Custer]. In his remarks, he focused on Custer’s. early life during the U.S. Civil War, when he .
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George Armstrong Custer - American Civil War Stories. Many books have focused on Custer's Last Stand inmaking legend of total defeat. Custer Victorious is the first to examine at length, with attention to primary sources, his brilliant Civil War career.
Urwin writes: "None of Custer's exploits against the Plains Indians could compare with those he performed while with the Army of the Potomac."Cited by: 2.
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Stiles brilliantly examines Custer within transforming national events—civil war, slavery’s end, and economic and social modernization that privileged the powerful under guise of democratic triumph—proving yet again why he is this generation’s finest biographer.” —Christopher Phillips, author of The Rivers Ran Backward: The Civil War /5().
Sadly, George Custer is mostly known for the massacre at Little Big Horn and not for his brilliance and bravery as a Cavalry commander throughout the Civil War. This book gives in great detail all of The Boy General's campaigns from Gettysburg (where his outnumbered Wolverines defeated Jeb Stuart) to his aiding Phil Sheridan 4/5.
In both earlier books he used his subjects to illuminate the history of 19th-century America, and he does the same with Custer to explore the Civil War era and Gilded Age. The book is thus far more than just another biography of the famous soldier. Custer. Elizabeth Clift Bacon Custer was an American author and public speaker, and the wife of Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer, United States Army.
She spent most of their /5. This book has made clear that Custer was a great leader during the civil war, so where did it all go wrong with the native americans. The author J H Kidd has written an interesting account of /5(45). New book on Custer in the Civil War released Posted on January 4, by Scott Mingus Thom Hatch, a long-time and award winning writer of Old West history topics, has ventured into a Civil War topic, writing a biography of Brig.
Gen. George Armstrong Custer during the tumultuous war Author: Scott Mingus. The majority of Barringer’s book (seven of ten chapters) covers Rosser’s Civil War service. Indeed, Rosser wrote extensively about this time of life in the postwar years, sources that Barringer.
Booknotes: Custer's Gray Rival New Arrival: • Custer's Gray Rival: The Life of Confederate Major General Thomas Lafayette Rosser by Sheridan R. Barringer (Fox Run Pub, ).Custer's. Custer in the West Custer served in the Southwest immediately after the war, where he clashed with his troops.
He briefly considered leaving the army to pursue business. Custer: The Making of a Young General by Edward G.
Longacre. Skyhorse, Cloth, ISBN: $ Although not as popular as U.S. Grant, William T. Sherman or Philip Sheridan, George Armstrong Custer emerged from the American Civil War. The book is comprehensive and covers Custer from his early days as a boy (and for a short time, school teacher) in the midwest through West Point, the Civil War, his days in Kansas and Cited by: 5.
In her first year of marriage () to General George Armstrong Custer, Libbie Custer witnessed the Civil War firsthand. Her experiences of danger, hardship, and excitement made ideal material for a book. Buy a cheap copy of Custer Victorious: The Civil War Battles book by Gregory J.W.
Urwin. Custer found himself in the one dilemma all soldiers most dread—he was Cited by: 2. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month How the South Won the Civil War: Oligarchy, Democracy, and the Continuing Fight for the Soul of America George Custer.
The Civil War Army recipient who follows Thomas Custer alphabetically is Byron Cutcheon, whose date of action was This may explain how the first date of action for Rank: Captain, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel.
He is able to situate Custer in the shifting culture of the Civil War and its aftermath in a way no other biography has achieved Stiles's Custer is life-size." -- The Washington Post "This /5().
Chiefly known for his exploits in the Indian Wars, most significantly for his horrific defeat at the Little Bighorn inGeorge Armstrong Custer found initial success on the battlefields of the Civil War, leading his Michigan Cavalry Brigade in more than sixty battles and skirmishes.
The men were affectionately called "Custer Price Range: $ - $. Under Custer's Command: The Civil War Journal Of James Henry Avery provides an astute perspective on the life of a Union cavalryman in the Civil War and is a "must" for all Civil War buffs and civil war 5/5(4).The book basically chronicles George Armstrong Custer, best known for his violent death at the Battle of Little Bighorn, started his military career during the Civil War where he served with /5.
Although Custer was a Lieutenant-Colonel at the Little Bighorn, he was the youngest Brigadier-General in the Civil War at 23 years of age.) The college-educated Kidd was no hero-worshipper.
He tells of a Custer who was methodical, who carefully planned his assaults. Custer.