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Raids and romance of Morgan and his men
Sallie Rochester Ford
|Statement||by Sally Rochester Ford|
|Series||Confederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 100, no. 3092|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
Morgan and his raids had intrigued me for years, so I decided to investigate the subject. It proved to be a fascinating chapter in the history of the Civil War. I consulted with Morgan authority Lester Horwitz, author of The Longest Raid of the Civil War, and learned that Gen. Morgan and his Southern troops conducted an extraordinary cavalry.
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James McCreary was a lawyer who joined the Confederate Army as a major. He was with Morgan’s Men on the Great Raid into Indiana and Ohio and was one of those captured following the Battle of Buffington Island. McCreary was briefly imprisoned by the Federals on.
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A military operation unlike any other on American soil, Morgan’s Raid was characterized by incredible speed, superhuman endurance and innovative tactics. One of the nation’s most colorful leaders, Confederate general John Hunt Morgan, took his cavalry through enemy-occupied territory in three states in one of the longest offensives of the.
Morgan's Raid in Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio. Morgan's Raid was a diversionary incursion by Confederate cavalry into the northern U.S. states of Indiana and Ohio during the American Civil War.
The raid took place from June 11–Jand is named for the commander of the Confederates, Brig. Gen. John Hunt on: Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana. As “the central figure” among Confederate guerrillas, by example, Morgan “resuscitated many local bands that had gone to the ground” and renewed the hopes of Southerners.
David L. Mowery, in his excellent, new book, Morgan’s Great Raid: The Remarkable Expedition from Kentucky to Ohio. Morgan also led daring raids into Kentucky as well.
In his last raid, he disobeyed orders by crossing the river bordering the state and raiding Ohio and then Indiana as well. He captured nearly 6, union troops, destroyed bridges, and fortifications, and ran off livestock.
This was the furthest raid north of any organized cavalry invading. Morgan began a new series of raids in spring and was authorized to raid Kentucky with 2, men in June and July, but he went beyond his authorization and on July 8 crossed the Ohio River into Indiana.
Hotly pursued by Union troops and local forces, Morgan and his men were unable to inflict much damage and suffered heavy casualties. Morgan's capture marked the end of his raid of the North.
The Union soldiers took Morgan and most of his captured men to Cincinnati. The enlisted men were confined in the Camp Chase Confederate prison camp in Columbus, Camp Morton in Indianapolis, Camp Douglas in Chicago, and other prison camps in the North, while Morgan and sixty-eight of his.
Empire of Blue Water tells the story of Captain Henry Morgan, his privateers, and the battle for power in the Caribbean, at which they were placed front and center. In essence, Morgan was a hired gun for the English crown, sent in to secure England's hold in the region.
His men were privateers, /5. Rue and his men were able to do just that, cutting off Morgan’s last escape route. Morgan surrender to Major Rue, ended a raid of more than 1, miles. Ohio treated Morgan and his offices as common horse thieves and locked them in the maximum security Ohio Penitentiary in Columbus.
Four months later he and six officers escaped. Morgan and some of his men fled west and then northward, trying to find a safe place to cross, but he was caught on J He and several of his men were placed in the Ohio Penitentiary at Columbus Ohio—from which he and six of his officers escaped by burrowing through one of their cell floors and finding a ventilation shaft, which Author: Laurie Kingery.
A lively and accurate account of probably the most spectacular guerrilla raid in American history, this returns to July,when the beau-sabreur Morgan and his Confederate cavalrymen went into indiana and Ohio.
A magnificent and tireless horseman, Morgan believed that he could divert Northern troops from the eastern theatre of war, a military dream that in part and ended in failure.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. British Col. Banastre Tarleton played no small role in setting the brutal tone for the Carolinas’ dirty war.
Most infamously, Tarleton oversaw the murder and maiming of scores of Continental troops and Patriot militia at the Waxhaws on As the mixed force under the command of Continental Col.
Abraham Buford attempted to flee that day, Tarleton’s hard. Although he made numerous raids all along the Spanish Main, his three most famous exploits were the sack of Portobello, the raid on Maracaibo, and the attack on Panama.
Morgan was knighted by King Charles II of England and died in Jamaica a rich man. Units under Gen. Morgan's Command The following is a list of units that served under Gen. John Hunt Morgan.
An ancestor that served honorably in any of the below units, either under the command of Gen. John Hunt Morgan or his brother-in-law, Gen. Basil W. Duke, qualifies a descendant for regular membership in Morgan's Men Association.
Morgan’s biographer, James A. Ramage, says that the Christmas raid was the pinnacle of Morgan’s success. Bythe Union was strengthening its forces in that state.
When Morgan embarked on his “Great Raid” into Indiana in the summer ofhe underestimated the capabilities of the forces against him. Porter penned detailed remembrances of his service following the end of the war.
Brown is the editor of One of Morgan’s Men: Memoirs of. John Hunt Morgan’s cavalry raid was the largest military campaign conducted in Indiana during the Civil War. The raid was ordered by General Braxton Bragg, commanding the Confederate Army of Tennessee, to draw Union cavalry north into Kentucky; the intent was to impede an anticipated advance toward Chattanooga by the Union Army of the Cumberland.
Sir Henry Morgan (Welsh: Harri Morgan, c. – 25 August ) was a Welsh privateer, plantation owner, and, later, Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica. From his base in Port Royal, Jamaica, he raided settlements and shipping on the Spanish Main, becoming wealthy as Allegiance: Kingdom of England.
Morgan arrived safely in the South only to be killed less than a year later, on September 4, at Greenville, Tennessee. The Impact on Ohio. More than northern lives were lost in the two week period of Morgan's Raid of Ohio with at least casualties.
4, people in twenty-nine counties filed claims for damages and were awarded $, A live and accurate account of the most spectacular guerrilla raid in American history when the beau-sabreur Morgan and his Confederate cavalrymen went into Indiana and Ohio.
With men, a Morgan struck without warning in Kentucky, crossed the Cumberland and plunged into Indiana. Close behind him rose the Union calvary under General Hobson. Captain Morgan is back in a sprawling tale that culminates with the capture of Panama from its Spanish exploiters. "Captain Morgan, The Buccaneer Raid on Panama" is again peopled with Sara Vaughn, Morgan's favorite companion, and the rest of the thinking-man's pirate crew, including Dr.
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The Man Who Saved Henry Morgan Robert Hough's historical novel is about a young thief and board game hustler who is deported to Jamaica and joins a. Placed in command of Confederate forces in eastern Tennessee and southwest Virginia, Morgan attempted to rebuild the raiding force that he had lost during his Great Raid.
In the summer ofMorgan was accused of robbing a bank in Mt. Sterling, KY. While some his men were involved, there is no evidence to suggest that Morgan played a role.
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From the Publisher. 07/01/Brand: Orbit. General John Hunt Morgan of Kentucky was one of the greatest cavalry commanders of the Civil War. The book chronicles his Great Raid through Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, and West Virginia.
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