6 edition of The butternut guerillas found in the catalog.
|Statement||Larry Underwood ; with foreword by Dee Brown.|
|LC Classifications||PS3571.N75 B8 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||94068459|
Butternut Guerillas: A Story of Grierson's Raid / Larry D. Underwood / My Neighborhood: The Words and Pictures of Inner-City Children / Linda Waldman / Saltwater Farm / Lutera B. Dawson / Butternut Company: The name was coined from both the coin world and Civil war. It was used to describe a desirable color of an Early American copper coin, as well as the color of the Confederate uniforms during the Civil War. Address PO Box Brentwood, TN
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He didn't play a big part in the book because he was simply a Yankee soldier, not one of the Butternut Guerillas, but now I couldn't put the book down. And believe me, without a doubt this is one of the best-written Civil War stories that has probably ever been told.5/5(1).
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The Butternut Guerrillas Colonel Edward Hatch of the 2nd Iowa Cavalry. Grierson, meanwhile, was continuing to push south. Ahead of the column of horsemen now rode a group of scouts led by a Canadian quartermaster sergeant named Richard Surby.
The Butternut Guerillas were issued sabers, Sharps carbines, and caliber Navy Colt revolvers, and some also carried shotguns.
They would ride in and meet with the Confederate troops and sometimes eat with them, and then report back as to the number and location of the Confederate : Edward Oliver. An account of his capture in the Civil War Diary of B. McIntyre, when stationed at Forsyth, on Feb.says in part, "A young man belonging to the 1st Iowa Cavalry, named Zack Thomas,  dressed as a "butter nut" met Bolin at the house of a woman, living 12 miles below here.
By chance, he got to talking about the Civil War and mentioned this book to me. He talked about the story and how these men that were Yankee soldiers and called the Butternut Guerillas played a major part in the Civil War, under the leadership of Benjamin Grierson. And their company was mostly from southern Illinois.
Now he had my attention.5/5. The Paperback of the Butternut Guerillas: A Story of Grierson's Raid by Larry D. Underwood at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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Louis Cardinals IQ. The improbable Civil War raid that led to the Siege of Vicksburg, recounted by the #1 New York Times–bestselling author of Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. For two weeks in the spring ofColonel Benjamin Grierson and 1, Union cavalry troopers conducted.
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Dust jacket has a small stain on lower front. Book is SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR (no inscription). Originally published in under the title "They Went Thataway". This is the 1st August House Edition. pages.
Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Signed by Author(s). Book. Seller Inventory # Canadians in Blue looks at the adventures and experiences of some these Canadian such as Sarah Emma Edmonds who dressed as a man to go to war; Richard Surby who led the “Butternut Guerillas” and played a key role in one of the war’s greatest cavalry raids; John McNeil dubbed the “Butcher of Palmyra” for executing a number of.
They were the Butternut Guerrillas, Union soldiers dressed as Confederates, and the advance party of Colonel Benjamin Grierson's raiding forces of seventeen hundred men. At Newton, the guerrillas captured one train, and then pounced upon another, destroying vital supplies meant for.
butternut guerillas under William Anderson, who bore and lived up to his nickname "Bloody Bill." A former lieutenant in William C. Quantrill's gang, of Lawrence and Fort Baxter fame, he had quarreled with his chief in Texas and returned to his old stomping ground, near the Missouri-Kansas border, along with other disaffected members of the.
James Dial was with the 6th Cav when they participated in Grierson's Raid from LaGrange, TN, to Baton Rouge, LA. This was one of the most daring cavalry actions of the Civil War. The book Butternut Guerillas by Larry Underwood is a very good fictionalized account of that raid.
The affidavit below was a result of Grierson's Raid and there is no. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
The scenario started with a leaderless group of Butternut Guerillas (Union cavalry) positioned in cover at the river bank. A group of Confederate skirmishers were in the woods opposite the road.
For the first two turns, only Leader 2 (with two units of cavalry) and two blue flag cards were in the deck for the Union side. Butternut News. Bringing the Subject of Family Violence Out Into the Open.
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Another example for the Union army, which is very similar to what you describe, would be the "Butternut Guerillas" during Grierson`s Raid from LaGrange to Baton Rouge from 17 Apr - 2 Maywhich carried Grierson through the length of Mississippi and allowed Grant the opportunity to cross his forces over the Mississippi River at.
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A group of Confederate skirmishers were in the woods opposite the road. For the first two turns, only Leader 2 (with two units of cavalry) and two blue flag cards were in .