2 edition of General Phil Sheridan as I knew him, playmate - comrade - friend found in the catalog.
General Phil Sheridan as I knew him, playmate - comrade - friend
Henry C. Greiner
Two pages inserted between p. 318 and 319
|Statement||Henry C. Greiner|
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Hutton looks at General Sheridan in an objective way highlighting his successes and acknowledging his failures. Most of all Sheridan emerged as a leader when this maturing nation most needed leadership. Throughout Phil Sheridan's life he was befriended by the great men of his time such as Abraham Lincoln, U. S. Grant and W.T. s: Sheridan's love of the military, doubtless reinforced by glorious tales originating in the Mexican War, led him to apply for nomination to West Point in Congressman Thomas Ritchie, who knew both Philip and his father, was pleased to make the : $
Philip H. Sheridan, highly successful U.S. cavalry officer whose driving military leadership in the last year of the American Civil War was instrumental in defeating the Confederate Army. A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. (), Sheridan . Filling a variety of minor posts, Sheridan became friends with Brigadier General William T. Sherman who offered to aid him in obtaining a regimental command. Though Sherman's efforts proved fruitless, other friends were able to secure Sheridan the colonelcy of .
The Memoirs of General Philip H. Sheridan, Volume I., Part 1 - Kindle edition by Sheridan, General Philip Henry. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Memoirs of General Philip H. Sheridan, Volume I., Part s: 1. Rebecca McPherson Wright Bonsal (Janu or – ) was an American Quaker teacher who was fired for her Unionist loyalty, as well as delivered important intelligence to the Union Army during the American Civil War, which helped Union Generals Philip Sheridan and George Crook defeat Confederate General Jubal Early in the crucial Third Battle of Winchester in September.
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General Phil Sheridan as I Knew Him: Playmate-Comrade-Friend. Chicago: J.S. Hyland, First. Attractive blue pictorial front board.
Gold lettering bright. Square and tight. / No Jacket. Item # Scarce bio. The author was a member of the 31st Ohio Infantry. General Phil Sheridan as I knew him, playmate - comrade - friend. Chicago: J.S. Hyland and Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: Philip Henry Sheridan; Philip Henry Sheridan: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry C Greiner.
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In the Civil War, his first command was as an infantry officer. He served well in that capacity, at Murfreesboro, for example/5(8).
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