6 edition of The Civil War in Louisiana found in the catalog.
by Louisiana State University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||534|
Louisiana Sugar Plantations During the Civil War by Charles P. Roland, John David Smith Paperback from Louisiana State University Press. Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Louisiana in the Civil War by Bobby Roberts, Carl H. Moneyhon Paperback from Univ of Arkansas Pr An Absolute Massacre: The New Orleans Race Riot of July. This building served as Louisiana’s capitol in the decade before the Civil War, and again from to It was the site of the state’s secession convention in , although the Confederate state government abandoned it with the approach of .
A history of the Confederacy's Third Regiment Louisiana Infantry during the Civil War. Louisiana Military Record. This database is a military record of Louisiana, containing a variety of documents relating to the state's military history. Louisiana, State Penitentiary Records, This collection includes penitentiary records from Louisiana. The War Between the States. Booth's Index to Louisiana Confederate Soldiers. In , Andrew B. Booth, the Commissioner of Louisiana Military Records, published his multi-volume set, "Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confederate Commands".Even more than eighty years later, it remains an invaluable source in searching for documentation of .
Learn About the Louisiana Secession. Before the war broke out between the North and South, 11 states seceded from the United States of America in This one-of-its-kind tour lays out the events leading up to the secession of Louisiana, the act of . Heavily documented and with an extensive bibliography, The Civil War in Louisiana is a notable book."--Charles L. Dufour "The Civil War in Louisiana is a carefully written and beautifully edited book and will stand for many years as the authoritative work on the Civil War in Louisiana."--Florida Historical Quarterly show more4/5(13).
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“One of the most thorough and complete works ever presented in this field of study.” (New Orleans Times-Picayune)“The Civil War in Louisiana is a carefully written and beautifully edited book and will stand for many years as the authoritative work on the Civil War in Louisiana.” (Florida Historical Quarterly)“Exhaustive and exciting Heavily documented and with an Cited by: Brothers in Gray: The Civil War Letters of the Pierson Family by Thomas W.
Cutter and T. Michael Parrish; 1st Louisiana Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia: Memoirs of William J. Seymour by Terry Jones 1st Louisiana Special Battalion: Wheat's Tigers in the Civil War by Gary Schreckengost; The Tiger Rifles: The Making of a Louisiana Legend by Michael Dan Jones. Civil War Book Review is the journal of record for new and newly reprinted books about the Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction eras.
Published quarterly by the LSU Libraries. Generallya very good accounting of Louisiana's role in the Civil War. The book is of course somewhat dated having been written in for the centennial, and of course lacks some of the high end graphic illustrations one could expect of more modern depictions.
The book is a more detailed description of events than most, and provides more /5(9). This book looks in detail at the military operations that occurred in Louisiana—most of them minor skirmishes, but some of them battles and campaigns of major Civil War in Louisiana begins with the first talk of secession in the state and ends with the.
The Louisiana Native Guards: The Black Military Experience During the Civil War. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, Joiner, Gary D. One Damn Blunder from Beginning to End: The Red River Campaign of Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, Jones, Terry L.
Lee’s Tigers: The Louisiana Infantry in the Army of Northern. Slaves and Freedmen in Civil War Louisiana () Sledge, Christopher L. "The Union's Naval War in Louisiana, –" (Army Command and General Staff College, ) online; Winters, John D.
The Civil War in Louisiana. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, ISBN Wooster, Ralph. "The Louisiana Secession Convention."Capital: Baton Rouge. Civil War Book Review, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
K likes. Civil War Book Review is the journal of record for new and newly reprinted books about 5/5(1). Get this from a library. The Civil War in Louisiana. [John D Winters] -- Describes the military operations in Louisiana during the Civil War along with information on the political, social, and economic aspects of the war.
Miscellaneous: Louisiana: six hundred engagements / by Buford Satcher --Fort Buhlow and Fort Randolph: Confederate defenses on Red River / by Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr.
--Forts Randolph and Buhlow in the Civil War / by Thomas Howell --General Richard Taylor as a military commander / by Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr. --Demobilization of Louisiana. The collection is especially strong in books on plantation life, Civil War-era Louisiana, state and local politics, and fiction and poetry written by Louisiana authors, as well as early travelogues about French colonial North America.
The Civil War in Louisiana is a carefully written and beautifully edited book and will stand for many years as the authoritative work on the Civil War in Louisiana. Florida Historical Quarterly. Exhaustive and exciting Heavily documented and with an extensive bibliography, The Civil War in Louisiana is a notable book.
Charles L. DufourBrand: Louisiana State University Press. Dr. Jones forwarded a copy to me and I enjoyed re-reading a book that really kickstarted my love and interest in all things Louisiana Civil War related.
This was also my inspiration in college in the s to research other Louisiana brigades in the Civil War. Jones and I met inand I got to personally share my interest in his work.
records of louisiana confederate soldiers and louisiana confederate commands. (Hardcover) Compiled By Andrew B. Booth. 3 Volumes: Book I: + pages, Book II: pages, Book III: pages. Praise for The Civil War in Louisiana “Exhaustive and exciting Heavily documented and with an extensive bibliography, The Civil War in Louisiana is a notable book.”—Charles L.
Dufour “The Civil War in Louisiana is a carefully written and beautifully edited book and will stand for many years as the authoritative work on the Civil War in Louisiana.”—.
Nic, founder of Civil War Tours of New Orleans, graduated with a degree in History from Centenary College of Louisiana.
As an expert on Civil War history, he has been featured in many documentaries, movies, and television programs on the Civil War. Before the Civil War, Louisiana was a major slave state. In47% of the population was in slavery. However Louisiana also had one of the largest free black populations in the United States.
 On JanuLouisiana seceded from the United States. However sections of the state were. The Battle of Bayou Bourbeux also known as the Battle of Grand Coteau, Battle of Boggy Creek or the Battle of Carrion Crow Bayou (Carencro is the Cajun French word for buzzard), which is present day Carencro Bayou, was fought in southwestern Louisiana west of the town of Grand Coteau, during the American Civil War.
The engagement was between the forces of Location: St. Landry Parish, Louisiana. I very much liked Robertson's earlier short study of the Red River Campaign, and his new book interests me as something of an updated version of Winters's classic The Civil War in Louisiana.
A reader recently asked me about the dearth of Richmond studies, and since then two new books have emerged (Ash's late study and now DeCredico's.
In the course of the Civil War, Louisiana suffered at least 7, killed and several thousands more wounded. A number of notable leaders were associated with Louisiana during the Civil War, including some of the Confederate Army's senior ranking generals, as well as several men who led brigades and divisions.
Manuscript Resources on The Civil War. This guide describes collections documenting the Civil War in the Lower Mississippi Valley, including the states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Texas, in the Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections (LLMVC) at .This building served as Louisiana’s capitol in the decade before the Civil War and again from to It was the site of the state’s secession convention inalthough the Confederate state government abandoned it with the approach of .Louisiana Civil War Service Records of Confederate Soldiers, This article describes a collection of records at Louisiana, United States: Flag of the United States of America Louisiana in the Civil War; United States Civil War toPart 1.