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December 2001 by Farmcourt Publishing .
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Horwitz is a very exciting book to read on John Hunt Morgan's raid of July through Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio.
It is a very thorough account of each day of the raid from the viewpoint. Horwitz talked about his book, The Longest Raid of the Civil War: Little-Known and Untold Stories of Morgan’s Raid into Kentucky, Indiana and. John Hunt Morgan was a general of the Confederacy who conducted the longest, most wide ranging calvary raid in the history of the Civil War.
Author Lester Horwitz first became aware of the extent to which Morgan's raid ranged when he discovered that his own antbellum home in Cincinnati, Ohio was raided by Morgan's : Lester V.
Horwitz. The Longest Raid of the Civil War: Little-Known & Untold Stories of Morgan's Raid into Kentucky, Indiana & Ohio by Horwitz, Lester V. Farmcourt Pub Inc, Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Signed by Authors. Revised Edition. Author signature on title page. John Hunt Morgan’s cavalry raid was the largest military campaign conducted The Longest Raid of the Civil War book Indiana during the Civil War.
The raid was ordered by General Braxton Bragg, commanding the Confederate The Longest Raid of the Civil War book 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.
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THE REBELS ARE COMING. Price $ Self Help Quick View. HOW I SOLD A TON OF BOOKS. The Longest Raid of the Civil War was a grueling ride on horseback for over miles through four states beginning in McMinnville, Tennessee to West Point, Ohio. General Morgan began his raid with over cavalry and surrendered in Columbiana County with about men remaining.
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General Morgan began The Longest Raid of the Civil War book raid with 2, calvary and surrendered in Columbiana County with about very tired men remaining. Book Information. After the Raid and after the Civil War -- the sequel to the Longest Raid of the Civil War.
It answers numerous queries of what happened to large numbers of people mentioned in The Longest Raid. The memory of Morgan’s Raid in the states that were invaded has spawned annual reenactments, auto and bus tours, battlefield.
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I highly recommend Lester V. Horwitz's book "The Longest Raid of the Civil War". As the famed historian and professor, James A. Ramage wrote in the foreword of the book: Grounded on meticulous research in primary sources, this is the first book-length study of John Hunt Morgan's Great Raid, and reads like a novel.".
In The Longest Raid of the Civil War Lester Horwitz records several instances where John Hunt Morgan would not raid Masonic Halls or businesses that had the Masonic emblem over a also ordered that his men pay for items they took from a man after the store owner and Morgan exchanged Masonic signs.
Morgan also refused to take anything. The Longest Raid Of The Civil War by Horwitz, Lester V. () Description: Revised edition, Signed and inscribed by Author: " To Jeff, Historically yours, Lester Horwitz ", no DJ, slight shelf wear at corners of covers.
The Longest Raid of the Civil War By Lester V. Horwitz. pgs. "The Rebels are coming!" That was the cry in July when General John Hunt Morgan and his guerrilla force of 2, Confederate cavalry terrorized towns and farms in Ohio and Indiana.
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One of the longest cavalry raids in history – a raid that would cover as much as two thousand miles across six Confederate states – began on a note of frustration.
That particular emotion belonged to Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant. It was Mawhen he finally learned that the raid – Stoneman’s Raid – had begun. 11 Best Books on the American Civil War.
From James McPherson’s definitive history to Tony Horwitz’s adventures among obsessives, here are the 11 best books on the Civil War in time for the. Join Lester Horwitz, author of the Pulitzer Prize nominated book, The Longest Raid of the Civil War, as he discusses Confederate General John Hunt Morgan’s race across the Ohio River and subsequent invasion into the heart of Ohio.
In July ofMorgan led 2, cavalrymen into Union territory only to be defeated in Columbiana County with only men remaining.
Not % sure if this is the longest raid over Europe period, but it is the longest Lancaster raid. East Kirby to Munich over the French Alps, into Italy and then back up into Germany. The plan was to trick the Luftwaffe. The total distance flown was more than miles and 10 Hours and 25 minutes of flight time.
Morgan's Raid, also known as the Indiana-Ohio Raid, the Great Raid, or the Ohio Raid, was the only major attack by Confederate forces on the state of Ohio during the American Civil War. On July 8,Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan, a Confederate cavalry leader, led approximately 2, soldiers across the Ohio River into southern Indiana.
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