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Volume 1458, John Gavin Malkovich --- John Hunt Morgan By Deutsch Print Wikipedia
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Volume 1458, John Gavin Malkovich---John Hunt Morgan Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman... More > scale of big data. Michael Mandiberg wrote software transforms all of Wikipedia in thousands of print on print-on-demand volumes, drawing attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a poetic material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. This German version encompases 3406 volumes that were uploaded in May and June 2016. Eine gängige Größenordnung für Enzyklopädien sind die Bände ihrer Ausgaben. Michael Mandiberg hat die aktuelle Version der deutschsprachigen Wikipedia in enzyklopädische Artikel umgerechnet und eine ganze Bibliothek des Wissens geschaffen: 3.406 Bände.< 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
To arms! To arms! Morgan is coming! By Charles Saint
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July of 1863 the War between the states has entered its second year and shows no sign of ceasing. With the Army of Northern Virginia advancing through Maryland, Confederate Brigadier General John... More > Hunt Morgan leads a raid through Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio to bring the war the North and try and draw Union troops away from other parts of the country. In the town of Marietta, Ohio many men, including two friends, enlist in the state militia to protect their homes and are sent to the old Fort Harmar and ordered to prepare for its defense. However, their officers are as green as the men and as they build and try to drill they wonder if Morgan will come their way and if he does, how will they stand up against the best the South has to offer.< Less
Morgan's Men: A Narrative of Personal Experience By Henry Lane Stone
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A first hand account of a soldier in John Hunt Morgan's command in the Civil War.
A Romance of Morgan's Rough Riders: The Raid By Basil Wilson Duke, et. al.
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First hand account of John Hunt Morgan's Raid into Ohio in July 1863, his subsequent incarceration and escape. Civil War content. Indexed, illustrated.
A Critique of the Theory of Evolution By Thomas Hunt Morgan
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Thomas Hunt Morgan (September 25, 1866 – December 4, 1945)... More > was an American evolutionary biologist, geneticist, embryologist, and science author who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1933 for discoveries elucidating the role that the chromosome plays in heredity.Morgan received his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University in zoology in 1890 and researched embryology during his tenure at Bryn Mawr. Following the rediscovery of Mendelian inheritance in 1900, Morgan began to study the genetic characteristics of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster. In his famous Fly Room at Columbia University, Morgan demonstrated that genes are carried on chromosomes and are the mechanical basis of heredity. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Hunt_Morgan< Less
Garrard County Kentucky; Cross Roads of the Civil War By Byron Teater
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History of Garrard County Kentucky during the Civil War. This book tells of small battles that happened here in the county.
13th Kentucky Cavalry, C.S.A. : Caudill's Army By Ben Caudill Camp No. 1629
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The men of the 5th Kentucky Mounted Infantry called him "Captain" and later, his subordinates in the 10th Kentucky Mounted Infantry called him "Colonel". Some of his enemies... More > called him a "dangerous guerilla chieftain". Very late in the war, his regiment was re-designated as the 13th Kentucky Cavalry. When his Confederacy no longer existed, and there was no longer a need for his sword, he picked up his Bible and returned to his former life as a country preacher and community leader. This book contains specific details regarding Confederate Colonel Ben E. Caudill's 13th Kentucky Cavalry. It includes a complete roster of the men who rode with Caudill, historical accounts of their engagements with their enemy, and a collection of period and post-war photographs.< Less
Perryville By Alfred D. Byrd
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After a series of defeats in the West had driven Southern forces into Mississippi, their new commander, Braxton Bragg, daringly moves them by rail into eastern Tennessee. From there he and Edmund... More > Kirby-Smith strike swiftly into Kentucky and win dazzling victories at Riohmond and Munfordville. Lexington and Frankfort fall to the South, and Louisville and Cincinnati are in danger. At a hitherto unknown hamlet called Perryville, Bragg meets the Union commander, Don Carlos Buell, in a battle whose survivors will call it more intense than Shiloh. The Battle of Perryville will determine Kentucky's fate, and perhaps America's. Here, in verse as venerable as Beowulf, but as vivid as the Federals and Southrons who fought and died on parched pastures by a drought-stricken stream, is the tale of events that led to Perryville, the pathos and humor of the field of battle, and its aftermath of woe and triumph.< Less