8 edition of Fair Oaks 1862 found in the catalog.
December 17, 2003
by Osprey Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Steve Noon (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
Map of A map of the area of the Battle of Fair Oaks, Virginia, which took place on May 31–June 1, The map shows the York River Railroad, Williamsburg Road, 9 Mile Road, the White Oak Swamp, the Chickahominy River, and the Union and Confederate positions. This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged slave list, 1st Regiment North Carolina Troops, Albemarle Guards, Battle of Fair Oaks, Battle of Seven Pines, Benjamin S. Skinner, Colonel Gaston Meares, documentary editing, Drury's Bluff, Edenton, Eliza Fisk Skinner, Francis Wayland Bond, General Blanchard, General Holmes, General Joseph.
FROM THE SOUTH.; Heavy Rebel Loss in the Battle of Fair Oaks. Comparatively Honest Account of the Battle. Ex-Vice President Breckinridge Makes a Speech. Fair Oaks by Osprey Item Number: OSPCAM Campaign Author: Angus Konstam llustrator: Steve Noon About this book Following its humiliating defeat at the First Battle of Bull Run, General George B. McClellan took command of the Union Army of the Potomac.
In Europe, block prints from woodcuts had been used to produce book illustrations and single sheet devotional or instructional religious images since the midth century. In the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, the technique was used to produce multi-sheet maps, bird's eye images of . THE BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS, VIRGINIA CURRIER & IVES, CIVIL WAR LITHOGRAPH ILLUSTRATION FINE CONDITION Handsome, Bright, Clean, Antique Lithograph Illustration in Full Color Protected in Sturdy Mounting Board Mounting Board Measures 20 Inches by 16 Inches; Image Size is 13 inches by 10 Inches ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY CURRIER & IVES, NEW YORK, IN , THIS IS Seller Rating: % positive.
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Fair Oaks begins with a rather lengthy 8-page introduction on the origins of the campaign, followed by a campaign chronology. The 6-page section on opposing plans has two sections: campaign plans for each side and tactical battle plans for the Confederate counterattack.
The 6-page section on opposing commanders covers the major army and /5(3). Fair Oaks book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Following its humiliating defeat at the First Battle of Bull Run, Gen /5.
Incidents of Fair Oaks and Malvern Hill battles. (St. Paul, ), by Edward D. Neill (page images at HathiTrust) Report of Brig. Gen Henry M. Naglee, commanding First brigade, Casey's division, Army of the Potomac, of the partk taken by his brigade in the battle of Seven Pines. (Philadelphia, Collins, [printer, ), by United States.
Army. Following its humiliating defeat at the First Battle of Bull Run, General George B. McClellan took command of the Union Army of the Potomac.
In the spring ofhaving rebuilt his forces, the "Little Napoleon" devised a plan to end the war in a single campaign. Transporting his army by sea to the Virginia Peninsula, he would outflank Confederate forces Fair Oaks 1862 book march unopposed on Richmond, the.
This book details the result, a bloody one-day battle of Fair Oaks (also known as Seven Pines), fought on 31 May Both sides battled with ferocity, yet failed to take full advantage of the opportunity to change the face of the war/5(11).
Fair OaksAngus Konstam books. Search. Advanced Choose format. In the spring ofUnion Major General George B. McClellan's Army of the Potomac launched a bloody offensive up the Virginia Peninsula in an effort to capture the Confederate capital of Richmond.
This study chronicles the pivotal but often overlooked turning point of the Peninsula Campaign--the Battle of Fair Oaks, also known as Seven Pines. Onas Maj.
Gen. George B. McClellan’ Army of the Potomac closed in on Richmond, Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston attempted to overwhelm two Federal corps isolated south of the Chickahominy River near the Seven Pines crossroads, seven miles from the capital.
The assaults, though not well coordinated, succeeded in driving back the Union corps and inflicted heavy casualties.
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The Chicahominy River and the Richmond & York River Railroad are indicated. Contributor: Sneden, Robert Knox Date: Fair Oaks begins with a rather lengthy 8-page introduction on the origins of the campaign, followed by a campaign chronology.
The 6-page section on opposing plans has two sections: campaign plans for each side and tactical battle plans for the Confederate counterattack/5.
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It didn't have a slip jacket, and it didn't /5(19). The Battle of Fair Oaks, or Seven Pines, was the first Confederate attempt to dislodge General George B. McClellan's Army of the Potomac from their position just outside Richmond.
McClellan's Peninsula campaign had seen the Union army slowly close on the Confederate capitol, finally reaching within a few miles of the city in May Civil War dict. (Fair Oaks and Seven Pines, Va., 31 May-1 June '62 (Peninsular Campaign)) found: Civil War day by day ( Saturday.
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€ 21,00 and on 31 May the Confederates struck at McClellan’s divided forces at Fair Oaks. This book details McClellan’s controversial Peninsula campaign and the southern attempt to halt the Union juggernaut. ISBN. Della stessa collana. Get this from a library. Fair Oaks McClellan's Peninsula campaign.
[Angus Konstam; Steve Noon]. Genre/Form: Illustrated works Pictorial works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Konstam, Angus. Fair Oaks, Westport, CT: Praeger, ©Title Fort Sumner, near Fair Oaks, Va., Summary Stereograph showing Union soldiers getting into position behind their weapons ready for an attack while infantry men line up in the distance by the Chickahominy River, near Fair Oaks, Virginia in June, Main Article Primary Sources (1) Sarah E.
Edmonds was at Fair Oaks in May, She wrote about it in her book, Nurse and Spy in the Union Army () The "hospital tree" was an immense tree under whose shady, extended branches the wounded were carried and laid down to await the stimulant, the opiate, or the amputating knife, as the case might require.