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The University of Alabama Press. The paper on which this book is printed meets the minimum requirements of American National Standard for Information Science-Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials, ANSI A3. 8-1984. Nulty, William H. Confederate Florida: the road to Olustee, William H. Nulty. p. cm. Bibliography: p. Includes index. 1. Olustee (Fl., Battle of, 1864. 2. l War, 1861-1864-Campaigns.
William H. Nulty for above and beyond the call for such a detailed and outstanding work. I very much appreciate his efforts. The book’s primary focus is the Battle of Olustee which is down the road from where I reside and which I travel by each time I go to Jacksonville or Gainesville.
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Download books for free. William H. Nulty The engagement at Olustee, not far from Gainesville, took place on February 20, 1864
Download books for free. At the end of 1863 the Federal forces in the Department of the South were tied up in siege operations against Charleston and Savannah, operations that showed little progress or promise. The engagement at Olustee, not far from Gainesville, took place on February 20, 1864. it was the largest Civil War battle in Florida and one of the bloodiest Union defeats of the entire war.
Graves of unknown Confederate soldiers killed at Olustee or died in Confederate hospitals located in Lake City . The Civil War Books of Lists. 1990. Confederate Florida: The Road to Olustee. University of Alabama Press.
Graves of unknown Confederate soldiers killed at Olustee or died in Confederate hospitals located in Lake City, Florida. Union casualties were 203 killed, 1,152 wounded, and 506 missing, a total of 1,861 men-about 34 percent. Confederate losses were lower: 93 killed, 847 wounded, and 6 missing, a total of 946 casualties in all-but still about 19 percent. Book Sales, Inc. ISBN 0-7858-1702-6.
Confederate Mobile: A Pictorial History. Mobile, Alabama: Haunted Book Shop, 1971 Nulty, William H. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1994. Mobile, Alabama: Haunted Book Shop, 1971. Denman, Clarence P. The Secession Movement in Alabama. Montgomery, Alabama: Alabama State Department of Archives and History, 1933. The Alabama Confederate Reader: An Exciting Story of the Civil War in Alabama. Severance, Ben H. Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Alabama in the Civil War. 2012. ISBN 978-0-8173-0748-6.
A Confederate victory in a strange place of palm trees and swamp grass, the Battle of Olustee took . Confederate Florida: The Road to Olustee, by William H. Register for the Event.
A Confederate victory in a strange place of palm trees and swamp grass, the Battle of Olustee took place hundreds of miles from the main theaters of action. The army of Georgia and Florida Regiments routed an army of New York, Massachusetts and Colored troops-for the Union, the second bloodiest battle of the war per number of troops engaged. Definitely worth more than a month’s worth of book lessons! And to be remembered for so much longer! Best of all, the tour was Christ-centered in every aspect.
Nulty, William H. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1990. Schafer, Daniel L. "Freedom Was As Close As the River: African Americans and the Civil War in Northeast Florida.
Florida in the Civil War: Olustee, Florida's Bloodiest Battle. Battle of Olustee, Florida. Florida Travel: Visit Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park.