7 edition of Norfolk in the Civil War found in the catalog.
Norfolk in the Civil War
Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer
Bibliography: p. 367-370.
|Statement||[by] R. W. Ketton-Cremer.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.N6 K292|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||70455516|
New book: On This Day in West Virginia Civil War History. Arcadia Publishing has released a new title, On This Day in West Virginia Civil War History. West Virginia is the only state formed by seceding from a Confederate state. And its connections to the Civil War run deep. One day at a time, award-winning historian Michael. A small cemetery behind a Virginia Beach church contains the remains of about 30 people, five of them Confederate veterans.
Civil War Sites in Norfolk. At the extreme limits of the city, in front of a group of low wooden houses and before the formidable line of entrenched works was reached, a large deputation, headed. Race, Slavery and the Civil War is a compilation of talks and panel discussions that stick closely to the title of the conference, which was held at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia, in September as the second in a series of annual Signature Conferences sponsored by the Virginia Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War.
Books shelved as civil-war-navy: The Narrative of a Blockade-Runner by John Wilkinson, Paullin's History of Naval Administration A Collection. Joseph T. Wilson. Joseph T. Wilson (–) Contributed by Elizabeth Varon and the Dictionary of Virginia Biography. Joseph T. Wilson served with the United States Colored Troops during the American Civil War (–) and afterward as a writer, orator, and activist best known for The Black Phalanx; A History of the Negro Soldiers of the United States in the Wars .
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Civil War Trails is a driving tour, which visits such sites around the city as Fort Norfolk, historic districts, and the site of Abraham Lincoln's "landing." Brochures available at the city visitor center or call Location: Various Sites, Norfolk, Norfolk, VA Details.
Norfolk is a participant in the Virginia Civil War Trails program, an effort that links more than Civil War sites located throughout Virginia. Visitors can trace Norfolk's Civil War heritage by following the Civil War Trails around the City.
Historians of Lincoln or naval aspects of the war will especially be drawn to Norder’s pages. It is a commendable end result of much original research, which can be rare in the crowded study of the Civil War. Steve Norder, Lincoln Takes Command: The Campaign to Seize Norfolk and the Destruction of the CSS Virginia.
Savas Beatie, Handwritten in black ink at lower right: Sheet n. 2; handwritten in black ink on label affixed at lower right corner: Handwritten and exxed over in red ink on recto and verso: M.
Section III. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a. Of the Civil War battlefields cited as critical to preserve by the congressionally appointed Civil War Sites Advisory Commission, fully one-third-are located in Virginia.
The Official Virginia Civil War Battlefield Guide is the comprehensive guidebook to /5(17). Civil War brochure Norfolk played a fascinating role in the Civil War, and this detailed map and guide makes it a breeze to explore dozens of Civil War sites across the city.
Underground Railroad The story of slaves using local waters to escape north to freedom comes alive in this incredible, emotionally compelling self-guided tour. Civil War Brochure. (Left) Courtesy Sargeant Memorial Collection, Norfolk Public Library.
(Right) This Harper’s Weekly drawing publicized the surrender of Norfolk and Union occupation. “The Tide” is Norfolk’s mile long light rail system, where a $3 online pass will buy you unlimited rides for a day.
I found it very useful to help me get to some off-the-beaten-path sites that were involved in and/or are related to the years before, during, and after the Civil War. What was life like in occupied Norfolk. How did the fledgling Confederacy contribute to the birth of the modern Steel Navy when they constructed the ironclad frigate, CSS Virginia, from the burned.
This diary, written by Confederate Pvt. John Walters, of Norfolk VA, is FAR MORE than a CIVIL WAR History. We get a day-by-day (or near that) account of the ground movements, the supply chain, the orders given and carried out, and opinions 5/5(1).
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Details *. The leaf shows the destruction of the United States Navy-yard at Norfolk Virginia during the opening chapter of the Civil War. The upper illustration shows the burning navy-yard, and the lower leaf shows the destruction of the United States Navy, in order to prevent it from falling into the hands of the Confederate Forces.
Norfolk Tour Company is always expanding its tour offerings. The following tours are available for private scheduling; the NEON District, the Elizabeth River Trail in Downtown Norfolk, history of Norfolk theater, the Civil War in Norfolk, as well as tours of the Freemason and Ghent neighborhoods.
Book Available Tours. Norfolk Highlights - By George Holbert Tucker. Chapter Norfolk's Two Civil War Monuments. Norfolk has two Civil War monuments -- the well-known Confederate Monument re-erected early in near its original site downtown adjacent to today's Bank of America building, and the lesser-known memorial dedicated to African-American Civil War Army and Navy.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ketton-Cremer, R.W. (Robert Wyndham), Norfolk in the Civil War. Hamden, Conn., Archon.
An incredible Harper's Weekly Civil War newspaper featuring a picture and story on the Norfolk Virginia Navy-yard: Norfolk Virginia.
This Site: Civil War. Civil War Overview. Civil War THE recent excitement in Virginia on the secession question renders the accompanying picture of the Norfolk Navy-yard appropriate at the present time.
Norfolk Light Artillery Blues. likes. The Norfolk Light Artillery Blues is a Civil War reenactment unit based in Hampton Roads, VA. First formed in December Followers: The Norfolk Blues were in the Civil War from its start, fighting in the land battles for control of the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay.
Later, they served with Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, fighting at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, Spotsylvania Courthouse, Cold Harbor, and Petersburg, until they finally came to Appomattox Courthouse.
Book/Printed Material A record of events in Norfolk County, Virginia, from April 19th,to May 10th,with a history of the soldiers and sailors of Norfolk County, Norfolk City and Portsmouth, who served in the Confederate States army or navy.
Record book,–, includes minutes listing founding members, comprised of veterans of the Union and Confederate armies from thirty-five states and Washington, D.C., and their efforts to establish parks to mark and memorialize the Civil War battles in Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, the Wilderness, and Spotsylvania Court House.Norfolk, Va.: Guide Quality Press, Lowe, Also includes entries after the Civil War regarding the author's reactions to various aspects of the Reconstruction period, military rule of Richmond, and voting rights for the freed slaves.
Also included is a clipping on the "Defences of Richmond." Letter Book, Accession On a rainy evening during the Civil War’s second May, President Abraham Lincoln boarded a treasury department ship to sail to Union-held Fort Monroe in Hampton Roads, Virginia.
The trip resulted in the first and only time in the country’s history that a sitting president took direct control of military forces, both army and navy, to wage a.