|Statement||by Francis A. Lord.|
|LC Classifications||E491 .L89 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 375 p. :|
|Number of Pages||375|
|LC Control Number||88004275|
They Fought for the Union: A History of the First Delaware Volunteers in the Army of the Potomac is his first full-length effort, joining his earlier editorial work on a reissue of William Penn Seville's History of the 1st Delaware Volunteers. The former book /5(4). Lord's book, "They fought for the Union" puts a great focus on the camp life and character of the common soldier from Delaware in the war. Reading this after the th anniversary events has struck me with the uncanny accurate portrayal that we made for this unit and the spirit of the Second by: 9. James McPherson, in What They Fought For, explains the reason Confederate and Union soldiers prevailed throughout the bloodiest war ever fought in the United read o letters and hundreds of diaries to conclude that Civil War soldiers did indeed know what they were fighting for. They Fought Like Demons book. Read 83 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. “Albert Cashier” served three years in the Union Army and p /5.
They Fought For the Union: A History of the First Delaware Volunteers in the Army of the Potomac by Jeffrey R. Biggs. Belli Civilis Press, Paper, ISBN: $ In , Captain William Penn Seville laid the groundwork for this study of a hearty Delaware regiment that fought in Union blue during the Civil War. What They Fought For By James M. Mcpherson Words 4 Pages Over years, the Civil War had been the bloodiest war in the American history, also known as “The War Between the States” or “Brother Against Brother”, it was fought between the Union or the United States of America and the Confederate States of America. A book trailer for the upcoming regimental history entitled They Fought for the Union: A History of the First Delaware Volunteers in the Army of the Potomac by . An excerpt from They Fought for the Union: A History of the First Delaware Volunteers in the Army of the Potomac (pp - ) about a little incident on Septem involving the rescue of the regiment's battle flag which laid virtually undefended at the foot of the Rebels in the Sunken Road.
The Northern boys fought only for Union and/or defense of the United States government, not for abolition. "For Cause and Comrades: Why Men Fought in the Civil War" and "What They Fought For " both by James M. McPherson. Book Description A vivid, unprecedented account of why Union and Confederate soldiers identified slavery as. They Fought For The Union. likes 2 talking about this. They Fought For The Union: A History of the 1st Delaware Volunteers in the Army of the Potomac - . Start studying What They Fought for Book Quiz. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. (more than 80% of Confederate and more than 90% of Union soldiers could read and write) More Union soldiers actually know what they were fighting for. What They Fought For, (Critical Survey of Contemporary Fiction).