Tag: ulysses s. grant

  • Ulysses S. Grant’s Papers Online Courtesy of Mississippi State University

    Editor’s Note: This blog entry was originally posted at Beyond the Crater: The Petersburg Campaign Online.  It has been crossposted here at TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog. (Hat tip to Nick and Harry.) As many of you are probably aware, the Grant Papers moved from the care of John Y. Simon at Southern Illinois […]

  • 861aa: Forces of U. S. Grant Louisville, Kentucky 30 November 1861

    Back to the George Nafziger American Civil War Order of Battle Collection Forces of U.S.Grant Louisville, Kentucky 30 November 1861 1st Brigade: Brigadier General Schoepf 33rd Indiana Infantry Regiment 12th Kentucky Infantry Regiment 17th Ohio Infantry Regiment 38th Ohio Infantry Regiment 2nd Brigade: Colonel Manson 10th Indiana Infantry Regiment 4th Kentucky Infantry Regiment 10th Kentucky […]

  • Bryce A. Suderow on the Petersburg Campaign

    Longtime student of the Petersburg Campaign and author of an unpublished manuscript on First and Second Deep Bottom Bryce A. Suderow was kind enough to offer up his opinions on the campaign in a recent comment here at TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog.  Bryce is not a fan of Ulysses S. Grant, as you […]

  • Civil War Odds & Ends: May 1, 2009

    Civil War Odds & Ends looks at recent interesting Civil War news and notes from around the Civil War blogosphere and the web. Wargames Illustrated #261 will feature Civil War cavalry miniatures. The Richmond Times-Dispatch features an article about the inaugural event of the Virginia Sesquicentennial of the America Civil War Commission. Archived webcasts of […]

  • Civil War Times Illustrated, January 2007

    Why Are These Summaries Showing Up Late? Civil War Times Illustrated Volume 45, Number 10 (January 2007) Civil War Times Illustrated Web Site Mail Call…..4 Turning Points: Arming the Confederacy…..9 Josiah Gorgas by Jeffry D. Wert This month Turning Points looks at Brigadier General Josiah Gorgas, chief of the Confederate Ornance Bureau. Gallery: South Carolina […]

  • John Y. Simon Obituaries Begin to Appear

    Obituaries of renowned Grant scholar John Y. Simon have started to appear.  Hat tip to Brooks Simpson for pointing out the following links.  Brooks takes issue with the New York Times obituary, especially some of the comments attributed to Harold Holzer.  He recommends two articles coming out much closer to Simon’s home in Carbondale, Illinois.  […]

  • Odds & Ends: July 8, 2008

    This Odds & Ends contains quite a few links from the Civil War blogs.  I’m trying to fill in just a bit for the recently retired This Week in Civil War Blogs formerly run by Civil War Interactive, but I doubt I’d ever have time to fill in on a permanent basis.  I’d like to […]