5 edition of The Life Of General Albert Sidney Johnston found in the catalog.
July 9, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||800|
Get this from a library! The life of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston: embracing his services in the armies of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States. [William Preston Johnston] -- A comprehensive biography by his son, who served on his staff & later with Jeff Davis. Johnston served as a private in the Republic of Texas army, an officer in the U.S. Infantry, and a. Albert Sidney Johnston book: Civil War History Discussion: 4: Albert Sidney Johnston's Epitaph: Shiloh / Pittsburg Landing: 3: Feb 6, Two-part question about Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston: Civil War History Discussion: was Albert Sidney Johnston a better general than Robert Edward Lee? Civil War History.
If you are interested, check out Timothy B. Smith's chapter, "To Conquer or Perish: The Last Hours of Albert Sidney Johnston" in the book, "Confederate Generals in the Western Theater, Volume 3". Smith traces Johnston's movements and command decisions during each of . Johnston, Albert Sidney, –62, Confederate general, b. Washington, Ky. After serving in the Black Hawk War, he resigned () from the U.S. army and went to Texas where he e.
In which we talk about the death of the Confederate army’s commanding general, Albert Sidney Johnston, during the Battle of Shiloh. Our book recommendation for this episode is “Generals South, Generals North: The Commanders of the Civil War Reconsidered” by Alan Axelrod. Listen to Episode DeathJohnston. Albert Sidney Johnston, Confederate general, U. S. Army colonel and paymaster, brigadier general and Secretary of War for the Republic of Texas, was born at Washington, Kentucky, February 2, He attended Transylvania University and the United States Military Academy at .
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Appleton, - Generals. Albert Sidney Johnston, commander of the Confederate forces in the Western theatre during the early stages of the American Civil War (–65). His battlefield death was considered an irreparable loss by the South. He was the highest-ranking soldier on either side to die in battle during the war.
The Life of Albert Sidney Johnston, selected by John H. Jenkins III as one of the basic Texas books, reads like a litany of the important events in the life of the Texas Republic and early statehood through the Civil War.
A native Kentuckian and graduate of West Point, and a veteran of the Black Hawk War, Johnston arrived in Texas in shortly after the battle of San Jacinto and.
Albert Sidney Johnston Johnston was born on February 2, in Washington, Kentucky and died on April 6, Johnston attended the University of Transylvania and US Military Academy The Life Of General Albert Sidney Johnston book West Point. He married Henrietta Preston in and then later in to Eliza Griffin.
InAlbert Sidney Johnston survived a duel against Texas Brigadier General Felix Huston. Unfortunately, the effects of his wound probably contributed to his death at the Battle of Shiloh in Johnston has the unfortunate distinction of being the highest ranking general – on either side – killed during the Civil War.
The Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston is an incredible chronology of Johnston’s life and events in American history.
Chapters include the Black Hawk War, the Texan Revolution, the Mexican War, the Mormon Rebellion, the Battle of Shiloh, and more. This must-read for any Civil War buff includes a table of contents for easier : William Preston Johnston. His son, William Preston Johnston (), who served on the staff of General Johnston and subsequently on that of President Davis, was a distinguished professor and president of Tulane University.
His chief work is the Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston (), a most valuable and exhaustive : A Kentucky native, General Albert Sidney Johnston was a notable Confederate commander during the early months of the Civil graduating from West Point inhe later moved to Texas and joined the Texas Army where he acted as aide-de-camp to General Sam Houston.
The death of General Albert Sidney Johnston on the first day of that fight created a void in the leadership of the Confederate armies in the Trans-Mississippi area; would the course of the Civil War have changed had Johnston lived beyond April 6.
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Free shipping for many products. JOHNSTON, ELIZA GRIFFIN (–). Eliza Griffin Johnston, artist and diarist, the second wife of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston, was born in Fincastle, Virginia, on Decemthe youngest child and only daughter of John Caswell and Mary (Hancock) parents died when she was about four years old, and she was raised by her grandmother, Margaret Strother Hancock, and later.
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This book is in good to very good condition with some wear to the cover and spine from shelving. The book has brown end papers with the original tissues still in place at the illustrations. The book was published by D. Appleton and Company of New York in This was written by William Preston Johnston.
The book has pages. The front cover is coming loose from the spine but is still Rating: % positive. Preface.  A biography of Albert Sidney Johnston will need no apology with a large class of his countrymenMany discreet men have urged upon the writer that his duty, both as son and citizen, required him to do this work.
They believed that the omission of a picture of this heroic life would leave unfilled an important panel in the gallery of American history, in which the Civil War occupies. Attorney Brian McGinty, an avid writer of historical articles, is a native of California and currently resides in San Francisco.
For more reading on General Johnston he recommends The Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston () by William Preston Johnston, and Charles P. Roland's Albert Sidney Johnston, Soldier of Three Republics (). One ordinarily thinks of General Albert Sidney Johnston merely as the Confederate general who lost his life at the Battle of Shiloh April 6, In reality, Johnston was a general in three different armies: the United States Army, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States Army/5(3).
Charles P. Roland's biography of Albert Sidney Johnston continues to stand as the only modern work of the general. The quality of the book will insure that it stays this way for the foreseeable future. Those readers interested in biographical works on the Civil War's leaders would do well to have a copy of Albert Sidney Johnston: Soldier of.Author of The Life Of General Albert Sidney Johnston, Prototype of Hamlet, and Other Shakespearian Problems, and The Johnstons of Salisbury.
with a Brief Supplement, Concerning the Hancock, Strother and Preston Families/5(8). He was writing a biography of his father which was published originally in as The Life of Albert Sidney Johnston Embracing His Services in the Armies of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States (New York: D.
Appleton, ). The steel engraved frontis illustration of the book was an artist's rendition of this bust.