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by John E. Fisher

eBook They Rode With Forrest and Wheeler: A Chronicle of Five Tennessee Brothers' Service in the Confederate Western Cavalry download ISBN: 0786400838
Author: John E. Fisher
Publisher: McFarland Publishing (December 1, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 310
ePub: 1397 kb
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Rating: 4.5
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

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John E. 247. Booker T. Washington, The Booker T. Washington Papers: 1904-06 (Vol. 8); Champaign, Illinois: University of Illinois Press, 1979, p. 491. Henry Goldschmidt, Race, Nation, and Religion in the Americas, Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 2004, p. 100. "Dr. Wilbur F. Tillett".

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They rode with Forrest and Wheeler: a chronicle of five Tennessee brothers' service in the Confederate Western Cavalry. Стр. 114 Forrest ruefully reported to Taylor that all that was left of two of his regiments numbered 60 men, whereas ten months ago when he left his old brigade with Wheeler, the brigade had numbered no fewer than 2,300 men. Of course, Forrest's.

A Chronicle of Five Tennessee Brothers' Service in the Confederate Western Cavalry. Cavalry, Cavalry operations, Confederate States of America, Confederate States of America. Published September 2005 by McFarland & Company. Army of Tennessee, Confederate States of America. Tennessee Cavalry, History, Tennessee Civil War, 1861-1865, United States Civil War, 1861-1865. Fisher family, Joseph Wheeler (1836-1906), Nathan Bedford Forrest (1821-1877).

Fisher, John E. 'They rode with Forrest and Wheeler : a chronicle of five Tennessee brothers' service in the Confederate Western Cavalry'. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & C. 1995. ISBN 978-0-7864-0083-6. Lawson, Lewis A. Wheeler's Last Raid. Greenwood, FL: Penkevill Pub. C. 1986.

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Thomas Burr Fisher was one of five brothers who served, between them, in the Fourth and Eleventh Tennessee Cavalry Regiments, Confederate States Army, with remarkable devotion

Thomas Burr Fisher was one of five brothers who served, between them, in the Fourth and Eleventh Tennessee Cavalry Regiments, Confederate States Army, with remarkable devotion.

John Eastham Fisher, American Author. Recipient Louis Brownlow award American Society Public Administration, 1963, Distinguished Toastmaster award Toastmasters International, 1987, literature citations granted by Baker Library. Member Tennessee History Society, United Methodist History Society.

Thomas Burr Fisher was one of five brothers who served, between them, in the Fourth and Eleventh Tennessee Cavalry Regiments, Confederate States Army, with remarkable devotion. Using Fisher's two memoirs (one untitled, written in 1915, and "Life on the Common Level," written in 1921), his correspondence, records, and other material, along with the wartime diary of his brother William Fisher and extensive original research, the history of the Western Cavalry is recounted here.
Comments: (4)
Castiel
The brothers lived 5 miles from me growing up, we were just separated by about a 100 years
Velellan
Wonderful book about my Great Grandfather and his four brothers. Great read.
Chuynopana
Very good information about the Civil War and my Great Grandfather and his brothers.
Bine
I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend, as Thomas Burr Fisher was his great-grandfather. That being said, I am a bit partial regarding the subject matter. I will say, however, that the account provides a very personal, detailed view into the lives (pre & post war) of the Fisher family; a family that was mirrored by many others in the South during this time period. I appreciated the overall picture the author painted - from the major events such as battles to the mundane - describing the first car T. B. Fisher purchased, for example. The story provides insight into a family that was very close-knit but quite modern in their thinking and ideas regarding progression. This is a gem for all Civil War buffs and for those interested in true Southern culture both before and after the War.