4 edition of Johnny Reb, Confederate spy found in the catalog.
Johnny Reb, Confederate spy
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||edited by Mary McDonald Willis.|
|Contributions||Willis, Mary McDonald.|
|LC Classifications||E608 .M37 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0898961874, 0898961866|
|LC Control Number||92037991|
The book Billy Yank and Johnny Reb was a great book to read it had action, stories and a lot of info from both South and the North. Battle of Antietam Battle of Gettysburg battlefield Billy Yank Theodore Bull Run bullets camp captured Civil colors Confederacy Confederate army Confederate soldiers dead death diaries diers drill earned enemy 3/5(2). Not all the focus should be on senior officers. There are many works that provide insight into the ordinary lives of Billy Yank and Johnny Reb. One such is John Billings’ Hardtack and Coffee, a story of army life. Another is the famous Thirteen Months in the Rebel Army by “an Impressed New Yorker.”.
A Spy in the Service of the Confederacy: How It Feels to Be Hung by the Neck and Die. Pensacola, FL: [Petersen] McDonald, Ward. Ed., Mary M. Willis and David Pettus, contributors. Johnny Reb: Confederate Spy -- Memories of Thrilling Events of the Civil War. New York: Larksdale via American History Book Publishing Co., Morgan's Raid was a diversionary incursion by Confederate cavalry into the northern states of Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and, briefly, West Virginia, during the American Civil raid took place from June 11–J , and is named for the commander of the Confederates, Brig. Gen. John Hunt gh it caused temporary alarm in the North, the raid was ultimately classed as a Location: Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, .
Children's Items, (Coloring Book) Johnny Reb - The Confederate Soldier in the Civil War Regular price $ Sale Default Title. In , Bell Wiley's groundbreaking book Johnny Reb launched a new area of study: the history of the common soldier in the U.S. Civil War. This anthology brings together landmark scholarship on the subject, from a 19th century account of life as a soldier to contemporary work on women who, disguised as men, joined the army.
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Johnny Reb, Confederate spy memories of thrilling events of the Civil War: Memoirs of Ward McDonald, Captain, C.S.A., 4th Alabama Cavalry, written for the Moulton Advertiser, Moulton, Alabama by Ward McDonald, Mary McDonald Willis. 2 Want to read.
Johnny Reb, Confederate spy: memories of thrilling events of the Civil War: Memoirs of Ward McDonald, Captain, C.S.A., 4th Alabama Cavalry, written for the Moulton Advertiser, Moulton, AlabamaAmerican History Book Publishing Co.
Johnny Reb is the national personification of the common soldier of the the American Civil War and afterwards, Johnny Reb and his Union counterpart Billy Yank were used in speech and literature to symbolize the common soldiers who fought in the Civil War in the s.
The symbolic image of Johnny Reb in Southern culture has been represented in its novels, poems, art, public. Bell Irvin Wiley (), a scholar of the American Civil War, is best known for his two early books describing the lives of common soldiers in the Union and Confederate Armies.
His book, "The Life of Johnny Reb" appeared in and was followed in /5. This book is written from the perspective of the Confederate soldier, dubbed "Johnny Reb." I suggest this book be read in companion with "The Life of Billy Yank" by the same author as both books offer up contrasting pictures forming the totality of who fought in America's most bloody battle/5(30).
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[Ward McDonald; Mary McDonald Willis]. out of 5 stars Johnny Reb: The Uniform of the Confederate Army, Reviewed in the United States on September 5, Verified Purchase.
This was a good overview of Confederate Uniforms and their different types and makers. I liked the photos and dwawings that were included in the text too/5(13). Ward McDonald is the author of Johnny Reb, Confederate Spy ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )5/5(1).
Johnny Reb, Confederate Spy: Memories of Thrilling Events of the Civil War: Memoirs of Ward McDonald, Captain, C.S.A., 4th Alabama Cavalry, Written by Ward McDonald, Mary McDonald Willis ISBN (). McDonald, Ward Johnny Reb, Confederate spy: Memories of thrilling events of the Civil War, Memoirs of Ward McDonald, Captain, C.S.A., 4th Alabama Cavalry.
Houston: American History Book Pub. Co., [I have been unable to locate this book; if you know of a copy, please advise]. Confederate Soldier ~ Johnny Reb. Song "Johnny Reb" sung by Johnny Horton. A typical Johnny Reb 3 terrain table; this one by Scott L.
Mingus, Sr. of the Johnny Reb Gaming Society. Lowell Hamilton is a long-time wargamer and gamemaster who is known for putting on his own excellent Civil War gaming layouts.
He has been a leading proponent of my fellow HMGS Legion of Honor member Rich Hasenauer’s fine new rules set, Regimental Fire & Fury, which has rapidly. Over a half century later, the book still offers one of the best available accounts of the ordinary citizens who made up the Confederate army.
The Life of Johnny Reb does not merely describe the battles and skirmishes fought by the Confederate foot by: Johnny Reb or Johnny Rebel is a slang term for Confederate soldiers in the American Civil War. Johnny Reb or Johnny Rebel may also refer to.
People. Johnny Rebb, stage name of Donald James Delbridge (–), Australian country and rock'n'roll singer; Johnny Rebel (singer), stage name of Clifford Joseph Trahan (–), controversial American country singer. This is dedicated to the Confederate Soldiers killed in battle.
Online Resources for Johnny Reb III. Brief Description: A grand tactical miniatures set for the American Civil War, designed with a regimental focus. The rules cover infantry formations, cavalry charges, artillery fire, morale, command and control, obstacles and fortifications, and hidden movement.
Booklet includes extensive examples of play. Confederate cavalry leader who later became a Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. Sam Watkins A low ranking soldier from Tennessee who wrote a diary with some of the best accounts of multiple Civil War battles and the daily life of a soldier.
The Life of Johnny Bell Wiley (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, Pp. Notes. Bibliographical Note. Illustrations. Bell Wiley’s Johnny Reb is an atmospheric social history of the common Confederate soldier. Wiley’s reason for writing was to open up the lives of the thousands of young Confederates who served the southern confederacy.
Start studying APUSH Chapter 20 terms. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Billy Yank (the ordinary union soldier) and Johnny Reb (the typical confederate). both armies reflected the societies from which they came. One aspect of soldiering they shared was the dull routine of camp life.
Define Johnny Reb. Johnny Reb synonyms, Johnny Reb pronunciation, Johnny Reb translation, English dictionary definition of Johnny Reb. n. Informal A Confederate soldier in the American Civil War.
n informal US a Confederate soldier n. a Confederate soldier; Rebel. Johnny Reb - `Johnny' was applied as a nickname for Confederate soldiers by.The supposedly left-wing 60s and 70s were the heyday of Confederate Chic: The romance of the Old South reappeared, updated and tweaked for the era of protest.
You guys make some good points about the picture's origins and whether these boys (more like boys than men) are maybe federals rather than Johnny Rebs. Other thoughts Yes, the original picture was on sale through The dealer is a well recognized authority and book author on the Confederacy.