3 edition of Report of General G. T. Beauregard of the defence of Charleston found in the catalog.
Report of General G. T. Beauregard of the defence of Charleston
|Statement||pub. by order of Congress|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 4199|
|Contributions||Beauregard, G. T. 1818-1893, Confederate States of America. War Dept|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91,  p.|
|Number of Pages||91|
Item Description: Letter, 17 February , to the authorities and citizens of Savannah, GA, and Charleston, SC, warning of an impending attack on both cities, and Special Orders No. 44, issued to Brigadier General Thomas Lanier Clingman, advising his brigade to prepare themselves for battle. Item Citation: From Folder 8 of the T.L. Clingman Papers #, Southern Historical . On J Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard himself was out inspecting the works on James Island, and he must have been disturbed by what he found. The defenses were apparently shabby, not up .
The American Civil War was an armed conflict between 23 Northern states representing the Union and 11 Southern states that seceded from the Union and formed the Confederate States of began on Ap with the Confederate attack on Fort Sumter in South Carolina. Though there were many important battles over the course of the . RIPLEY, Roswell S. (), General, Confederate States of America. For Private Circulation. Official Reports of the Confederate Defence of Charleston South Carolina Addressed to the Head-Quarters of the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, Commanded by General Beauregard.
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Get this from a library. Report of General G.T. Beauregard of the defence of Charleston. [G T Beauregard; Confederate States of America.
War Department.; Confederate States of America. Army. Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.; Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress); Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)]. Get this from a library. Report of General G.T. Beauregard of the defence of Charleston.
[G T Beauregard; Confederate States of America. Army. Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.; Confederate States of America. War Department.]. P.G.T.
Beauregard: Civil War Service. Beauregard entered the Civil War as the Confederacy’s first brigadier general and was placed in command of the defenses of Charleston, South defence; but should you ever have to do so, may it prove as formidable to your opponents as it looks.
Sincerely your friend. G.T. Beauregard. Charleston, S.C. 27 Sept. Col. Lemat Charleston Harbor, S.C. Letter in French about "cotton powder" patent which is just as important as his pistol. Charleston, 3 October Brig. Genl. Confederate States of America. War Department: Report of General G.
Beauregard of the defence of Charleston. /, also by Georgia Confederate States of America. Army. Department of South Carolina and G. Beauregard (page images. The Military Operations of General Beauregard in the War Between the States, to Including a Brief Personal Sketch and a Narrative of His Services in the War with Mexico,Volume 2 Civil War unit histories: Confederate States of America and border states.
Military operations of General Beauregard. Chapter Effort made to obtain a suitable command for General Beauregard he is assigned to duty in South Carolina and Georgia. -- he reaches Charleston on the 15th of September.
-- unpopularity of General Pemberton. -- pleasure of the City and State authorities at General Beauregard 's superseding him. -- loss of General. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), In upper left corner: Copied for his excellency M. Bonham Governor of the State of South Carolina. In lower margin: Reproduced for Mayor Courtenay's city year book, from the original map in the possession of the Chamber of Commerce, Charleston, S.C.
Endorsed (in facsimile): Approved G. Beauregard. The siege of Corinth (also known as the first Battle of Corinth) was an American Civil War engagement lasting from April 29 toin Corinth, Mississippi.A collection of Union forces under the overall command of Major General Henry Halleck engaged in a month-long siege of the city, whose Confederate occupants were commanded by General P.G.T.
on: Corinth, Mississippi. Effort made to obtain a suitable command for General Beauregard. he is assigned to duty in South Carolina and Georgia. he reaches Charleston on the 15th of September. unpopularity of General Pemberton.
pleasure of the City and State authorities at General Beauregard 's superseding him. loss of General Beauregard 's papers of this period of the war. General. Oak Lawn, St. Paul’s Parish, S.C. January 3rd A. Gonzales. Col. & Chief of Artillery. In regard to the guns at Wiltown Bluff & recommends that a mountain howitzer now at the Arsenal be sent there.
(See Endorsements Book G, page ) HHL. Camp Washington Artillery. Jan. 1,  Brigr. Genl. Henry A. Wise. Comdg. 6th Mil. General Beauregard died in New Orleans on the 20th of February He was the author of Principles and Maxims of the Art of War (Charleston, ); Report on the Defence of Charleston (Richmond, ).
Report of General G.T. Beauregard of the defence of Charleston. Pub. by order of Congress. Taking Possession of Louisiana and the River Mississipi // in the Name of Louis XIVth, by Cavelier de La Salle [From Rouen] on the 9th of April // Dedicated to the General T.
Beauregard, and accompanied by an explanatory text: The unification question. For those who haven't seen it, the message of General Beauregard and Governor Pickens to Montgomery: ===== APRIL 8, "I am directed by the President of the United States to notify you to expect an attempt will be made to supply Fort Sumter with provisions only, and that if such attempt be not resisted no effort to throw in men, arms, or ammunition will be.
DEFENSE CHARLESTON Harbor, Confederate-owned Medical Director, Beauregard - $ The Defense of Charleston Harbor, Including Fort Sumter and the Adjacent Islands, By John JohnsonPublished: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Charleston, S.C., - FIRST Edition.
8vo. pp., pp., appendices. Complete with 48 maps and. Report of General Robert E. Lee, and subordinate reports of the Battle of Chancellorsville; also, reports of Major General J. Stuart and Brigadier General Fitz Lee, of cavalry engagements at Kelleysville.
Also, report of Brigadier General W. Lee, and subordinates, of cavalry operations of the 14th and 15th of April, Galileo is convicted of heresy. On April history begin when Confederate shore batteries under General P.G.T.
Beauregard open fire on Union-held Fort Sumter in South Carolina’s Charleston Bay. Torpedo Service in the Harbor and Water Defences of Charleston.
BY GENERAL G. BEAUREGARD. [The following article from the distinguished engineer and accomplished soldier who made the heroic defence of Charleston, has been delayed much longer than we had intended by circumstances over which we had no control.] Letter from General Beauregard.
The military operations of General Beauregard in the war between the states, to including a brief personal sketch and a narrative of his services in the war with Mexico, User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
MiZitary Service Imtitute of the United States 1, No. 2 (1 SSO), ; Pierre G. Beauregard, “Torpedo Service in the Harbor and Water Defenses of Charleston,” Southern HistoricaZ Society Papers 5 (April ) ; R.
Crowley, “The Confederate Torpedo Sewice,” Z’Yze. On Ap the Southern Brigadier General Pierre G. T. Beauregard demanded that the Union forces evacuate Fort Sumter. The North’s ranking officer at Sumter, Major Robert Anderson, declined. At 3 a.m. (or ; the author uses military time) on Ap the Confederates notified Major Anderson that General Beauregard and company would open.Suggested "system of defence for smaller ports and inlets" in South Carolina, signed "G.M." and illustrated by a plan of a fort.
Gabriel Manigault () was the author of a "Letter Addressed to Governor M. L. Bonham, of South Carolina, on the Defences of Charleston" () Description derived from published bibliography.William T. Sherman’s Special Field Orders No. 15 – 40 Acres to Newly Freed Families; Lincoln’s Secretary of the Navy Orders the Harriet Lane to Proceed to Charleston – Where It Would Fire the First Naval Shot of the Civil War; William T.
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