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Letters from General Rosecrans! to the democracy of Indiana

William S. Rosecrans

Letters from General Rosecrans! to the democracy of Indiana

action of the Ohio regiments at Murfreesboro", regarding the Copperheads

by William S. Rosecrans

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Published by Printed for the Union League by King & Baird in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Democratic,
  • Campaign literature, 1863

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNoble letter from General Rosecrans
    ContributionsUnion League of Philadelphia
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE449 .N9 1860
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25590380M
    LC Control Number12021686
    OCLC/WorldCa16001443

    William Starke Rosecrans "Old Rosy" () William S. Rosecrans was born Sept.6, at Delaware City, Ohio, the son of Crandell Rosecrans and Jane Hopkins and the great-grandson of Stephen Hopkins, colonial Governor of Rhode Island and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Rosecrans, William S. (–), Civil War general, businessman, and ‐born and largely self‐educated, Rosecrans graduated from West Point in Resigning his commission after twelve uneventful years, he pursued a variety of unsuccessful business ventures. Rejoining the army in as a brigadier general in the Civil War, he conducted the critical operations that.

      After remaining at Little Sewell mountain upwards of two weeks, General Lee made preparations to attack General Rosecrans; contrary, doubtless, to General Lee's expectations, on the morning the attack was to be made, General Rosecrans had very quietly evacuated Big Sewell, and only left a few broken down horses and wagons, and a few tents.   Memorandum for law lecture, -- Letters to John D. Johnston, Jan. 2, -- Letter to John D. Johnston and to his mother, Nov. 4, -- Speech in reply to Senator Douglas at Peoria, Oct. 16, -- From a letter to George Robertson of Lexington, Kentucky, Aug. 15, -- From a letter to Joshua F. Speed, Aug. 24, -- From a letter.

    William Starke Rosecrans. General. Led the Army of the Cumberland. Won the battle of Stones River against Bragg. Was later removed after being defeated at the battle of Chickamauga. William Rosecrans was an Ohioan, and after finishing school locally he went to West Point (class of ). He was posted to the Engineers (he'd finished fifth in. Philadelphia. Union League letters from General Rosecrans to the Democracy of Indiana 8p.; S The Soldier of Indiana in the War for the Union p.; S Our Cruise in the Confederate States' War Steamer Alabama. The Private Journal of an Officer 64p.; Septem S


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Letters from General Rosecrans To the Democracy of Indiana Action of the Ohio Regiments at MurfreeAuthor: Union League of Philad Starke Rosecrans.

Get this from a library. Letters from General Rosecrans!: to the democracy of Indiana: action of the Ohio regiments at Murfreesboro, regarding the Copperheads. [William S. William Starke Rosecrans (September 6, – Ma ) was an American inventor, coal-oil company executive, diplomat, politician, and U.S.

Army officer. He gained fame for his role as a Union general during the American Civil was the victor at prominent Western Theater battles, but his military career was effectively ended following his disastrous defeat at the Battle of Commands: Army of the Mississippi, Army of the.

Special dispatches from Columbus, Ohio, to the Cincinnati Commercial give the subjoined as a full and correct copy of General ROSECRANS' letter declining the Democratic nomination for Governor of. Letters from General Rosecrans. To the Democracy of Indiana.

Philadelphia: Printed for the Union League by King and Baird, Pletcher, David M. "General William S. Rosecrans and the Mexican Transcontinental Railroad Project." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 38 (March ): Riley, Josiah.

Popular Government. William Starke Rosecrans was born at Little Taylor Run, OH on September 6, The son of Crandall Rosecrans and Jemima Hopkins, he received little formal education as a youngster and was forced to rely on what he could learn from books. HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND, MURFREESBORO, Tenn., Feb.

18, In response to resolutions of thanks from the Indiana Legislature, Gen. ROSECRANS has. In my opinion, Lamers has written an excellent biography of a general, William Rosecrans, who indeed was on the edge of glory as the book's title suggests.

While the focus is on Rosecrans' Civil War service, there are also descriptions of his involvement with his family, businesses, early /5(6).

History of Major General William Starke Rosecrans "His name is a peculiar one, and has been variously written and pronounced. The correct spelling, as given above (Rosecrans), is the same as it has always been, and the proper, though not the popular, pronunciation is "Rosakrontz.".

William S. Rosecrans, (born Sept. 6,Kingston Township, Ohio, U.S.—died MaRedondo Junction, Calif.), Union general and excellent strategist early in the American Civil War (–65); after his defeat in the Battle of Chickamauga (September ), he was relieved of his command.

Graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., inRosecrans served. Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery is a federal military cemetery in the city of San Diego, is located on the grounds of the former Army coastal artillery station Fort Rosecrans and is administered by the United States Department of Veterans cemetery is located approximately 10 miles (16 km) west of Downtown San Diego, overlooking San Diego Bay and the city from one Location: Point Loma, San Diego, California.

Professor Varney's premise is that the standard (negative)history of the war record of Civil War general William Rosecrans, who was fired by U.S. Grant and, later, highly criticized by Grant in his famous memoir, was adopted by historians' uncritical acceptance of Grant's views/5(6).

“[A] marvelously bold new book Grant was The Man Who Saved the Union. Varney’s invaluable book helps us understand why we remember him that way” (Emerging Civil War).Ina former president of the United States published one of the Brand: Savas Beatie.

MAJOR-GENERAL ROSECRANS. WE devote the preceding page to a portrait of MAJOR-GENERAL WILLIAM STARKE ROSECRANS, the new commander of the Army of the Ohio, and the hero of the Battle of Corinth. General Rosecrans was born in Delaware County, Ohio, on 6th November, His family were of Dutch descent, though of the Roman Catholic faith.

A DEFENCE OF GENERAL ROSECRANS by H. Beadle From: Catholic World, Vol Issue, pp. (proposed to this site by Kevin S. Coy) The publication of the part of the reminiscences of the late Charles A. Dana, assistant secretary of war under Stanton, and so long editor of the New York Sun, relating to Chickamauga, does great injustice to General William Starke Rosecrans.

General Rosecrans is a devoted member of the Roman Catholic Church." General Rosecrans was a letter writer. Two of his letters written during this time back to Ohio were published in a book titled, A Savoury Dish for Loyal Men; General Rosecrans at High Mass on the Battle-field of.

Series William Starke Rosecrans, General,– 4 letters William Starke Rosecrans was born in Ohio in He graduated from West Point and went on to teach there for several years. Civil War Harper's Weekly, November 8, You are viewing an issue of Harper's Weekly from our online archive.

We have posted the entire run of Harper's Weekly. This book is a biography of General William S. Rosecrans, mainly concerning the Civil War years. Ever since reading the American Heritage picture history of the Civil War in the 7th Grade, I have been a fan of Rosecrans/5.

William Rosecrans Born Sep. 6, Delaware County, Ohio Died Mar. 11, (aged 78) Redondo Beach, California Allegiance United States of America Union Rank Major General (–54, –67) Battles/wars American Civil War Battle of Rich Mountain Battle of Iuka Second Battle of Corinth Battle of Stones River Tullahoma Campaign Battle of Chickamauga Price’s RaidAllegiance: United States of America, Union.Resolutions of thanks to Major General Rosecrans, with General Rosecrans' reply; Contributor Names Ohio.

General assembly, [from old catalog] Rosecrans, William S. (William Starke), Created / Published. Septem / Volume 4, Issue 37 ( Issues Since 15 October ) Battle of Chickamauga, A Bloody Disaster for the Union, Lincoln Says Union General Rosecrans was 'confused and stunned like a duck hit on the head.' SeptemberAbout ten days after taking Chattanooga, Union, General Rosecrans, thinking erroneously he was pursuing.