Jack Mays War: Colonel Andrew Jackson May and the Civil War in Eastern Kentucky, Eastern Tennessee, and Southwest Virginia

Jack Mays WarHistorians usually assume that the battles fought in Southwestern Virginia, Eastern Kentucky, and E.

Astern Tennessee played an insignificant role in the outcome of the Civil War This book challenges.

Jack Mays War: Colonel Andrew Jackson May and the Civil War in Eastern Kentucky Eastern Tennessee and Southwest VirginiaAstern Tennessee played an insignificant role in the outcome of the Civil War This book challenges.

The Civil War in Greenbrier County, West Virginia

The Civil War in Greenbrier County, West VirginiaBetween 1861 and 1865 than 60,000 warriors of the Blue and Grey traversed Greenbrier County A ca.

Reful review of the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, published by the United States.

The Civil War in Greenbrier County West VirginiaReful review of the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, published by the United States.

On Our Own Soil: William Lowther Jackson and the Civil War in West Virginia's Mountains

On Our Own Soil: William Lowther Jackson and the Civil War in West Virginia's Mountains

On Our Own SoilJudge William Lowther Jackson, of Parkersburg, was a brigadier general in the Confederate army, com.

On Our Own Soil: William Lowther Jackson and the Civil War in West Virginia's MountainsManding the Nineteenth and Twentieth Virginia cavalries The most fascinating aspect of this Civil W.


Manding the Nineteenth and Twentieth Virginia cavalries The most fascinating aspect of this Civil W.

The Battle of White Sulphur Springs: Averell Fails to Secure West Virginia (The History Press) (Civil War Sesquicentennial)

The Battle of White Sulphur SpringsThough West Virginia was founded for the purpose of remaining loyal to the Union, severing ties wit.

H Virginia, home of the capital of the Confederacy, would prove difficult West Virginias fate would.

The Battle of White Sulphur Springs: Averell Fails to Secure West Virginia (The History Press) (Civil War Sesquicentennial)H Virginia, home of the capital of the Confederacy, would prove difficult West Virginias fate would.

West Virginia and the Civil War: Mountaineers Are Always Free

Tion About forty thousand of its residents served in the combatant forces about twenty thousand on e.

West Virginia and the Civil War: Mountaineers Are Always FreeTion About forty thousand of its residents served in the combatant forces about twenty thousand on e.

West Virginia and the Civil WarThe only state born as a result of the Civil War, West Virginia was the most divided state in the na.

The Last Confederate General: John C. Vaughn and His East Tennessee Cavalry

As the first man to raise an infantry regiment in the state and one of the very last Confederate ge.

The Last Confederate General: John C. Vaughn and His East Tennessee CavalryAs the first man to raise an infantry regiment in the state and one of the very last Confederate ge.

The Last Confederate GeneralJohn Crawford Vaughn was one of the most famous men in Tennessee in the mid nineteenth century He w.

The Battle of Scary Creek: Military Operations in the Kanawha Valley, April-July 1861

The Battle of Scary CreekIt was a deed of insignificant affair, but we exaggerated it into a deed of great valor and import.

Ance With West Virginias rugged terrain, the entire area precluded any successful military operati.

The Battle of Scary Creek: Military Operations in the Kanawha Valley April-July 1861Ance With West Virginias rugged terrain, the entire area precluded any successful military operati.

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02 pages with index List all casualties and wounded men Numerous photographs of the Marlinton Hi.

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Blank xGeneral William Averells famed raid into West Virginia, and his clash with General John Echols 3.

The Jones-Imboden Raid: The Confederate Attempt to Destroy the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and Retake West Virginia

The Jones-Imboden RaidWhen Virginia seceded from the United States in 1861, its western counties showed very little popul.

Ar support for the Confederacy, and loyalist bands of bushwhackers, partisans and guerillas drove m.

The Jones-Imboden Raid: The Confederate Attempt to Destroy the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and Retake West VirginiaAr support for the Confederacy, and loyalist bands of bushwhackers, partisans and guerillas drove m.