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Soldiers' Home: The Veterans of An Ohio Civil War Regiment in Repose By James Fritsch
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Author of the acclaimed "The Untried Life" takes up the story of the 29th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment's veterans 1865-1939
The Fifth Ohio Volunteer Cavalry: A Story of Citizen Soldiers, Civil War Politics and Southwest Ohio By Timothy Burke
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"The Fifth Ohio Cavalry" is more than the typical regimental history. It also delivers a look at Civil War politics in Southwestern Ohio as the Fifth fought its way from the banks of the... More > mighty Mississippi across Dixie to the Carolina coast and victory in the spring of 1865.< Less
The Fifth Ohio Volunteer Cavalry: A Story of Citizen Soldiers, Civil War Politics and Southwest Ohio By Timothy Burke
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"The Fifth Ohio Cavalry" is more than the typical regimental history. It also delivers a look at Civil War politics in Southwestern Ohio as the Fifth fought its way from the banks of the... More > mighty Mississippi across Dixie to the Carolina coast and victory in the spring of 1865.< Less
Sherman’s Praetorian Guard: Civil War Letters of John McIntyre Lemmon, 72nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry By Daniel Masters
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This collection of Civil War letters from the pen of Captain John M. Lemmon of the 72nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry fills a void in Civil War scholarship, covering the entire service of one of most... More > highly regarded regiments in the Army of the Tennessee. Lemmon enlisted in 1861 and served with the 72nd Ohio throughout its term of service. Captain Lemmon proved a keen observer of the war and the issues over which it was fought; his record within the regiment was one of an earnest yet modest officer. His letters document the war as it was fought in western Tennessee and northern Mississippi, a theater characterized equally by grand engagements and periods of tedium. From Shiloh to Vicksburg, Brice's Crossroads to Nashville and beyond, Sherman's Praetorian Guards tells the complete story of the 72nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry.< 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
Bull Run to Atlanta: The Civil War Letters of Harry Comer, Company A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry By Daniel Masters
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The letters contained in this volume from the pen of Harry Comer of Co. A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of a regular soldier in the Army of the Cumberland.... More > The letters begin shortly after his enlistment in the spring of 1861 and follow the 1st Ohio throughout its three years' Civil War service in the Eastern and Western theaters, including accounts of the battles of Bull Run, Shiloh, Stones River, Chickamauga, and Missionary Ridge. "Sociable, puckish, and not above embellishment, Comer’s observations of his comrades and their foibles provide levity in what could otherwise be a tedious batch of correspondence documenting marches and the boredom of camp life. Comer is perhaps at his best in describing those around him: from escaped slaves to army sutlers, “bogus” refugees to army shirks, etc. Comer viewed the world with an eye towards the absurd and life in the Army of the Cumberland provided ample fodder for Comer’s pen."< 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
Bull Run to Atlanta: The Civil War Letters of Harry Comer, Company A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry By Daniel Masters
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The letters contained in this volume from the pen of Private Harry Comer of Co. A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of a regular soldier in the Army of the... More > Cumberland. The letters begin shortly after his enlistment in the spring of 1861 and follow the 1st Ohio throughout its three years’ Civil War service in the Eastern and Western theaters.< Less
Bull Run to Atlanta: The Civil War Letters of Harry Comer, Company A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry By Daniel Masters
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The letters contained in this volume from the pen of Private Harry Comer of Co. A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of a regular soldier in the Army of the... More > Cumberland. The letters begin shortly after his enlistment in the spring of 1861 and follow the 1st Ohio throughout its three years’ Civil War service in the Eastern and Western theaters.< Less
Alfred E. Lee's Civil War By Daniel Masters
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Alfred Emory Lee, an aspiring attorney recently graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University, resolved to do his part to restore the Union. Lee enlisted in Co. I of the 82nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry in... More > November 1861 and so begins this incredible journey through the Civil War. Lee was commissioned as an officer and wrote home frequently, leaving a fascinating record of the lengthy list of battles in which his regiment participated, including McDowell, Cross Keys, Cedar Mountain, Second Bull Run, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, (where Lee was severely wounded and captured on the first day of the battle), Wauhatchie, Missionary Ridge, Resaca, New Hope Church, Culp’s Farm, Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta, Savannah, Averysboro, and Bentonville. Alfred E. Lee’s Civil War draws from Lee’s copious wartime correspondence and his post war writings to present a detailed and insightful portrait of the war as fought both east and west.< Less