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Civil War Battles Along the Wilderness Trail By wayne taylor
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Children's book on the Civil War battles of Barboursville, London, and Wildcat Mountain in Kentucky. Big pages in full color.
Civil War Battles Along the Wilderness Trail By wayne taylor
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Children's book on the Civil War battles of Barboursville, London, and Wildcat Mountain in Kentucky. Big pages in full color.
Assassin Trail By Hal Jons
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Sheridan’s Light Horse, led by its amoral leader, Major Tim McCord, brought terror to Southern families during the Civil War. They came out of the night, killing all males, irrespective of age,... More > defiling all women and burning all property. When the war ended, McCord and his evil henchmen, Mordant, Hook and Faulkner, led the troop west to the cattle trails. They planned to steal a herd and sell it in Topeka before moving on to Huggett, Nebraska, to dispose of their war loot. Then at Waco they made the cardinal mistake of tangling with Steve Grant! One righteous man against a large gang of war–hardened criminals doesn’t sound like good odds but, there again, Grant wasn’t alone. No, he was partnered by Amos, an elderly black man, the sole survivor of one of McCord’s butchering raids. All was going well, as the pair whittled down the opposition, until the beautiful Jill Rankin, on her way to Waco, was captured by the remains of McCord’s gang.< Less
Assassin Trail By Hal Jons
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Sheridan’s Light Horse, led by Major Tim McCord, brought terror to Southern families during the Civil War. They came out of the night, killing all males, irrespective of age, defiling all women... More > and burning all property. They sent the used women away in carts, so that fear spread before them. When the war ended, McCord and his evil henchmen, Mordant, Hook and Faulkner, led the troop west to the cattle trails. They planned to steal a herd to sell in Topeka and move on to Huggett, Nebraska, to dispose of the loot amassed during the war. Then at Waco they tangled with Steve Grant! One righteous man against over two dozen war-hardened criminals didn’t sound like good odds but, there again, Grant wasn’t alone. He was partnered by Amos, an elderly black man, the only survivor of one of McCord’s butchering raids. All was going well, as the pair whittled down the opposition, until beautiful Jill Rankin was seized by McCord’s desperate and lust-filled men – men who knew just what to do with a woman.< Less
Trail Drive By Will Welton
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By the end of the Civil War jobs were a thing of luxury if you had one which paid money. The men returning from the war found their lives disrupted, families starving or dead. Then someone decided to... More > drive cattle north to Kansas City or Sedalia Missouri. There was where the markets were for a country which had a need for beef. This is the story of one man who took an old Osage Indian for his word of “All ways help others and they will help you." Teaming up, with a man he found walking and looking for a job, they put together a herd of longhorns and headed north to market. Over the next years they had formed the WH ranch and in doing so had ended up with nineteen orphans from around the area. At times he did not know if he was in the cattle business or raising children. However along the way everyone on the ranch became a big family and the ranch grew through hardships and good times along the way.< Less
Trail Drive By Will Welton
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The end of the Civil War jobs were a thing of luxury if you had one. The men returning from the war found their lives disrupted, families starving or dead. Then someone decided to drive cattle north... More > to Missouri. This is the story of one man who took an old Osage Indian for his word of “All ways help others and they will help you.” Will Henry recovered the money, which him and his men had taken from the Union Army during the war, and was buried in Arkansas. Henry went west to Texas to try and find the men's families to share the gold with them. He met a man by the name of Tutewiller who had been on a cattle drive the previous year. Teaming up they put together a herd of longhorns and headed north to market. Over the next years they formed the WH ranch and in doing so had ended up with nineteen orphans from around the area. At times he did not know if he was in the cattle business or raising children. The ranch became a big family and the ranch grew through hardships and good times along the way.< Less
Morgan’s Raid Across Ohio: The Civil War Guidebook of the John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail By Lora Schmidt Cahill, David L Mowery
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This book serves as the official guide to the John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail of Ohio. From July 13-26, 1863, Confederate Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan led a daring group of more than 2,000 men... More > across Southern Ohio. His mission: to distract and divert as many Union troops as possible from the action in Middle Tennessee and East Tennessee. Union troops under the command of Major General Ambrose Burnside gave chase. Although they were ultimately successful, ending Morgan’s raid was a much harder job than anyone anticipated. With the John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail, you too can follow Morgan’s route through southern and eastern Ohio. Fifty-six interpretive signs covering 557 miles through nineteen counties tell the story of the raid’s successful beginnings, the battle with Union forces at Buffington Island, Morgan’s desperate escapes, and finally his capture. Come along and discover this amazing Ohio Civil War story!< Less
Morgan’s Raid Across Ohio: The Civil War Guidebook of the John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail By Lora Schmidt Cahill, David L. Mowery
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This book (coil binding) serves as the official guide to the John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail of Ohio. From July 13-26, 1863, Confederate Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan led a daring group of more... More > than 2,000 men across Southern Ohio. His mission: to distract and divert as many Union troops as possible from the action in Middle Tennessee and East Tennessee. Union troops under the command of Major General Ambrose Burnside gave chase. Although they were ultimately successful, ending Morgan’s raid was a much harder job than anyone anticipated. With the John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail, you too can follow Morgan’s route through southern and eastern Ohio. Fifty-six interpretive signs covering 557 miles through nineteen counties tell the story of the raid’s successful beginnings, the battle with Union forces at Buffington Island, Morgan’s desperate escapes, and finally his capture. Come along and discover this amazing Ohio Civil War story!< Less
Along the Trail to Freedom By John Duncklee
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Escaping the Civil War and slavery, three young men go West in search of freedom. Arriving in Independence, Missouri, they meet a teamster who hires them for his wagon train to Santa Fe, New Mexico.... More > The teamster admires and becomes friend with the three. In Santa Fe they decide to keep heading westward to Tucson. Once there, they go their separate ways but eventually experience warm reunions. This is a story of adventure as the fascinating characters search for freedom in their separate, yet together, ways. Many of the characters they encounter are true historical people and the landscape descriptions throughout are authentic, especially the Altar Valley of Sonora where the author once leased a ranch and bought and sold cattle. The same is true about other locations in southern Arizona where the author lived most of his life.< Less
How To Camp Out: Practical Advice For The Outdoor Adventurer Based On The Experience Of A Civil War Soldier By John M. Gould
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Originally published in 1877 – just 12 years after the Civil War ended – John M. Gould’s HOW TO CAMP OUT: PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR THE OUTDOOR ADVENTURER BASED ON THE EXPERIENCE OF A... More > CIVIL WAR SOLDIER is at once a down to Earth guide to recreational camping and a must-have, “you are there” handbook of 19th Century American military methods, sure to please any fan of Civil War reenactment. From Boy Scouts seeking to “rough it” in the wilderness to contemporary wearers of the Blue or the Gray, HOW TO CAMP OUT: PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR THE OUTDOOR ADVENTURER BASED ON THE EXPERIENCE OF A CIVIL WAR SOLDIER is an indispensable addition to any well-stocked library of outdoor wisdom.< Less