7 edition of The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-mississippi found in the catalog.
April 30, 2006 by Percheron Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||171|
“To you, Sons of Confederate Veterans, we will commit the vindication of the cause for which we fought. To your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldier’s good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles which he loved and which you love also, and those ideals which made him glorious and which you also. War Department: [Letter of secretary of war, submitting two letters of the quartermaster general relative to the amount of money expended in the payment of the army of the Trans-Mississippi department since the assignment of Gen. E. K. Smith to the command. The Post Quartermaster in charge of these tax-in-kind transactions was Captain George C. Rives, who was headquartered in Austin. See pages of James L. Nichols' The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi (). In Confederate Generals in the Trans-Mississippi, Volume 2, noted Civil War historians offer fresh scholarship on eight generals who made names for themselves in the region, providing intriguing insight into important wartime issues in the Trans-Mississippi and : Lawrence Lee Hewitt.
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I cited the book in my own dissertation--I consider it essential to any understanding of the intricacy of logistical problems faced by the Quartermaster Corps in the Trans-Mississippi Confederacy. Of particular interest to me was the analysis of the process getting cotton to foreign ports by way of the The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-mississippi book Grande.5/5(2).
Get this from a library. The Confederate quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi. [James L Nichols; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University.
Libraries)]. The Huntsville mill remained the largest producer of textiles in the Trans-Mississippi until the Confederate government established a larger mill at Mound Prairie, Texas in The Huntsville mill’s importance ensured that white woolen kerseys became a mainstay of Trans-Mississippi Confederate uniforms throughout the war.
Find helpful customer reviews The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-mississippi book review ratings for The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi: The Blockade Runner's Texas Connection at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(2).
A good broad brush approach to the Confederate supply system is John D. Goff, Confederate Supply (Durham, ), while a good study of Quartermaster operations in one department is The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-mississippi book L.
Nichols, The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi, (Austin, ). The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi JAMES L.
NICHOLS Percheron Press, Clinton Corners, NY, pp., append., bib., index, $ paper. When James L. Nichols published The Con-federate Quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi init was one of numerous Civil War pub-lications produced in the wake of the centennial.
Free Online Library: The Confederate Quartermaster in the trans-Mississippi; the blockade runner's Texas connection. (Reprint, ).(Brief Article, Book Review) by "Reference & Research Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Books Book reviews.
An upcoming book: Release date: Febru Blood on the Bayou: Vicksburg,Port Hudson,and the Trans-Mississippi by Donald S. Frazier (no photo) Synopsis: Blood on the Bayou: Vicksburg, Port Hudson, and the Trans-Mississippi takes a well-known story, the struggle for control of the Mississippi River in the American Civil War, and recasts it as a contest for control of African.
The Army of the Trans-Mississippi was a major Confederate army under the Department of The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-mississippi book Trans-Mississippi during the American Civil was the last major Confederate command to surrender, submitting onexactly one month after General Johnston had Branch: Confederate States Army.
A SURVEY OF CONFEDERATE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT QUARTERMASTER ISSUE JACKETS Part 3. by Leslie D. Jensen. THE TAIT CONTRACT JACKET. Another pattern of jacket The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-mississippi book from late in the war was the product of the Confederacy's purchasing operations abroad.
A relatively large group of them survive, indicating widespread late-war issue. The Paperback of the The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi: The Blockade Runner's Texas Connection by James L. Nichols at Barnes & Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your : James L. Nichols. 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, which lasted from Ap until May The uniform initially varied greatly due to a variety of reasons, such as The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-mississippi book, limitations on the supply of cloth and other materials, State regulations that were different from.
Trans-Mississippi Confederate Uniforms (part 2 of 3 -- April through October ) Early war impressions have not enjoyed a great popularity amongst authentic units, partially because of early war anachronisms/lack of standardization (making difficult the accurate portrayal of a 'common soldier'), and partially because the 'best' or 'most critical' baffles in the East and the West.
Another critical item of Confederate clothing was the hat, and the quartermaster manufactured and issued cheap, simple headgear throughout the South. The plain, undyed drab, wool hat represents the quintessential Southern-made Confederate enlisted hat.
One of. Confederate States of America. Army. Trans-Mississippi Department. Books from the extended shelves: Confederate States of America. Army. Trans-Mississippi Department: Address to the troops.
([Fort Smith, n.p., ]) (page images at HathiTrust) Confederate States of America. Army. Hey that's a very good book, I need to pick up a copy for myself one of these days when I'm book shopping. Looking at the blueprint, I strongly suspect it's post-battle, but outside of some very incorrect newspaper drawings, its all we got, and very few people seem to know about it.
(Makes me. This cotton trading and San Antonio’s importance to Confederate supply in the Trans-Mississippi slowed but continued until the end of the war. SOURCE: San Antonio Newspaper article, Ma San Antonio Herald, Sept.
13, 27, Oct. 11, Nov. 1, 15, In Confederate Generals in the Trans-Mississippi, Volume 2, noted Civil War In Confederate Generals in the Trans-Mississippi, Volume 2, noted Civil War historians offer fresh scholarship on eight generals who made names for themselves in the region, providing intriguing insight into important wartime issues in the Trans-Mississippi and beyond.4/5.
Two documents related to Confederate ordnance and artillery, box: /OD Trans-Mississippi Department of the Confederacy, Quartermaster's Division, papers: Documents related to the business of the quartermaster's office, most signed by N. Birge, and undated. (record group ) (bulk ) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history collected bound records of confederate executive, legislative, and judicial offices ("rebel archives") general records of the confederate government records of the confederate congress records of the.
Iowa Confederates in the Civil War Pre-Order Your Copy Now. Amazon Barnes & Noble Indiebound Hudson Booksellers Advance Praise There was a geographic integrity to the Civil War. It was the war between the states, North versus South, but individuals have their own hearts and minds. There were legions of anti-secession Southerners who stayed loyal [ ].
Details concerning Confederate officers who were appointed to duty as generals late in the war by General E. Kirby Smith in the Confederate Trans-Mississippi Department, who have been thought of generals and exercised command as generals but who were not duly appointment and confirmed or commissioned, and State militia generals who had field.
Texas. Adjutant General's Dept. Civil War records, undated bulk With the Civil War came the reorganization of the office of Texas Adjutant General, an act of Decem creating an Adjutant and Inspector General, who would also serve as Quartermaster and Commissary General, and Ordnance Officer.
Oversight of the 33 Brigades of the Texas State Troops plus the. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of The Confederate quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi, Confederate engineers James Lynn Nichols | Open Library.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi by James L. Nichols (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. CONTENTS OF THIS PAGE: The Missouri State Guard and other “Secession” Flags in Missouri State Flags and Company Flags in the Trans-Mississippi Confederacy The Confederate 1st National Flag in the Trans-Mississippi The Confederate 1st National Flag and Their Indian Allies The Second National Flag in the Trans-Mississippi Department The “Beauregard” Battle Flag in the Trans-Mississippi.
Clearly demonstrating the independence of the Trans-Mississippi and the nuances of the military struggle there, while placing both the generals and the theater in the wider scope of the war, these eight essays offer valuable new insight into Confederate military leadership and the ever-vexing questions of how and why the South lost this most.
Book reviews / Civil War / Civil War Medicine / Civil War Religion / Confederacy / Copperheads / Foreigners in the Confederacy / Prisoner of War / Trans-Mississippi Confederates from Iowa had a rich variety of wartime experiences. Earl Van Dorn ( - ) The Army of the Trans-Mississippi was the army of the Confederate Trans-Mississippi Department (originally District).
The department encompassed approximately a third of the territory of the Confederate States of America and included Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Indian Territory (mostly modern Oklahoma), and the portion of Louisiana west of the Mississippi.
Vol Reel - Records of the Cotton Bureau of the Trans-Mississippi Department of the Confederate War Department, - Letters sent, Aug April Records of cotton transactions, Oct May Correspondence re: aliens, March Oct Military orders, Records of the Cotton Bureau of the Trans-Mississippi Department of the Confederate War Department.
Trans-Mississippi Division. 1, likes 2 talking about this. The page is dedicated to keeping the members of the brigade informed of event information, brigade announcements and repository for Followers: K.
Prior to the s the study of Confederate supply received the same minimal attention from historians as the Trans-Mississippi Department received from the Confederate government during the war.
Then James L. Nichols filled a void with The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi (), which examined the efforts ofAuthor: Brett J. Derbes. The Army of the Trans-Mississippi was a major Confederate army under the Department of the Trans-Mississippi during the American Civil War.
It was the last major Confederate command to surrender, submitting onexactly one month after General Johnston had. "The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That the act entitled an act to provide for an increase of the Quartermaster's and Commissary Departments, approved February fifteenth, eighten hundred and sixty-two, be and the same is hereby amended, by striking out the proviso at the end of the same, and inserting in lieu thereof.
Trans-Mississippi Confederate Cavalry Historical Information Brigadier General Joseph O. Shelby "They were not long on flash drills and parades; they were mostly cowboys and farmers who could rope and fire a revolver at the gallop and who knew very little about.
The Confederate repulse brought an end to significant fighting in the far western territories. the Battle for Missouri anD arkansas The only Trans-Mississippi slave state remaining in the Union, Missouri, was the linchpin for the U.S.
government’s ability to use military force. Quartermaster Gettysburg Joined Jul 2, #64 The Theater of the Trans-Mississippi West. I am particularly interested in the forts where my book’s protagonists (Union and Confederate soldiers, Navajos, Apaches, surveyors, and.
This thesis examines the state penitentiaries of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas that became sources of wartime supplies during the Civil War.
A shortage of industry in the southwest forced the Confederacy to use all manufactories efficiently. Penitentiary workshops and textile mills supplied a variety of cloth, wood, and iron products, but have received minimal attention in studies of : Brett J.
Derbes. If, or when, a history of Confederate quartermaster operations is written, one chapter perhaps wül be devoted to the collection and distribution of the tithe tax on farm produce. Presumably, a section of that chapter wül deal with the type of material offered herein on the tithe story in "Kirby Smithdom," the Trans-Mississippi Department—or.
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Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. A Crisis in Confederate Command centers on the two major Confederate generals pdf this pdf, General Edmund Kirby Smith and General Richard Taylor, in the last years of the Civil War.
In his prologue, Jeffery S. Prushankin introduces the reader to these two men by sharing some pre-Civil War biographical information about them that leads.[Source: Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records, Wm. E. Mickle, New Orleans, La., ] Joseph Atkins, Galveston, Tex.
- Born in Bangor, Maine, May 28th, Enlisted in the Confederate Service as a private in Company F, 26th Texas Cavalry on October 13th, Confederate Generals in the Trans-Mississippi, Volume 3: Ebook on America's Civil War (January ), also edited by Larry Hewitt and Thomas Schott, will spotlight eight officers.
According to the catalog description, there will be essays discussing Earl Van Dorn's tenure as head of the Trans-Mississippi District, the challenges.