by University Press of Mississippi for the Mississippi Historical Society and the Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History in Jackson .
Written in English
|Statement||Timothy B. Smith.|
|Series||Heritage of Mississippi series -- v. 4|
|Contributions||Mississippi Historical Society., Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History.|
|LC Classifications||E568 .S64 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009036493|
“Mississippi in the Civil War: The Home Front” by Timothy B. Smith is the new paperback version of the Mississippi Historical Society’s edition first published in in its series of Author: Dennis J. Mitchell. The Mississippi in the Civil War Message Board is maintained by Webmaster Powered by Tetra-WebBBS / TetraBB PRO © Tetra-WebBBS This fast-paced, gripping narrative of the Civil War struggle for the Mississippi River is the first comprehensive single-volume account to appear in over a century. Vicksburg Is the Key: The Struggle for the Mississippi River tells the story of the series of campaigns the Union conducted on land and water to conquer Vicksburg and of the many. An upcoming book: Release date: Febru Blood on the Bayou: Vicksburg,Port Hudson,and the Trans-Mississippi by Donald S. Frazier (no photo) Synopsis: Blood on the Bayou: Vicksburg, Port Hudson, and the Trans-Mississippi takes a well-known story, the struggle for control of the Mississippi River in the American Civil War, and recasts it as a contest for control of African .
Secession and Mississippian politics. For years prior to the American Civil War, slave-holding Mississippi had voted heavily for the Democrats, especially as the Whigs declined in their influence. During the presidential election, the state supported Southern Democrat candidate John C. Breckinridge, giving votes (% of the total of 69, ballots cast).Capital: Jackson. Prior to the Civil War, Natchez was home to more millionaires per capita than New York City. Begin in Natchez, with its more than antebellum homes, churches, and public buildings. Prior to the Civil War, Natchez was home to more millionaires per capita than New York City. More than a dozen of the palatial mansions built by wealthy cotton. Significant, Obscure in Civil War History [full disclosure: main character, Newt Knight, is my first cousin, 4 times removed] short ad for movie released today 6/24 from Smithsonian mag: Matthew McConaughey thought the Free State of Jones script was the most exciting Civil War story he had ever read, and knew immediately that he wanted to play Newt Knight/5. Pea Ridge: Civil War Campaign in the West by William L. Shea & Earl J. Hess, this is the best book on the biggest battle west of the Mississippi and should be required reading. Fields of Blood: The Prairie Grove Campaign (Civil War America) by William L. Shea is a history of this important campaign that secured the victory at Pea Ridge.
In Mississippi in the Civil War: The Home Front Timothy B. Smith examines Mississippi's Civil War defeat by both outside and inside forces. The invading Union army dismantled the state's political system, infrastructure, economy, and fighting capability. The state saw extensive military operations, destruction, and bloodshed within her by: 4. Join Ranger Matt Atkinson of the Gettysburg National Military Park as he talks about the role that his home state of Mississippi played during the . Mississippi’s Civil War: A Narrative History begins by providing the account of the Nullification Crisis that took place in The crisis began as a dispute between the state of South Carolina and the federal government over a series of national tariffs that many of the southerners viewed as excessive. The Civil War in Mississippi: Major Campaigns and Battles From the first Union attack on Vicksburg in the spring of through Benjamin Grierson’s last raid through Mississippi in late and early , this book traces the campaigns, fighting, and causes and effects of armed conflict in central and North Mississippi, where major.