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The Resource Richmond during the war : four years of personal observation, Sallie Brock Putnam ; introduction to the Bison books edition by Virginia Scharff

Richmond during the war : four years of personal observation, Sallie Brock Putnam ; introduction to the Bison books edition by Virginia Scharff

Label
Richmond during the war : four years of personal observation
Title
Richmond during the war
Title remainder
four years of personal observation
Statement of responsibility
Sallie Brock Putnam ; introduction to the Bison books edition by Virginia Scharff
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
autobiography
Cataloging source
DLC
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1845?-
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Brock, Sallie A.
Dewey number
973.7/82
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
no index present
LC call number
E487
LC item number
.B76 1996
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Brock, Sallie A
  • Brock, Sallie A
  • American Civil War (1861-1865)
  • Confederate States of America
  • Richmond (Va.)
  • Richmond (Va.)
  • Henrico County (Va.)
  • Henrico County (Va.)
  • Virginia
  • Virginia
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • Virginia
  • Virginia
Label
Richmond during the war : four years of personal observation, Sallie Brock Putnam ; introduction to the Bison books edition by Virginia Scharff
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
Originally published: New York : G.W. Carleton, 1867
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The secession of Virginia -- how Richmond received the news -- The first alarm -- the Pawnee Sunday -- Gala days of the war -- The gathering of the troops -- Richmond the capital -- social changes -- The first invasion of Virginia -- Position of the clergy -- The first battle -- Great Bethel -- Disasters in Western Virginia -- The Battle of Manassas -- its effect in Richmond -- Richmond a hospital -- arrival of prisoners -- Incidents of battle -- Changes in Richmond -- an evil addition -- Richmond a city of refuge -- extortions -- The close of 1861 -- the hope of intervention -- capture of Mason and Slidell -- A sad holiday week -- work for the soldiers -- The fall of Roanoke Island -- disasters on the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers -- gloom in Richmond -- Remains of Union sentiment in Richmond -- business changes -- Richmond the permanent capital -- The fight in Hampton Roads -- A growing scarcity of food in Richmond -- Opening of the Peninsular Campaign -- Magruder's small force -- Disasters to the Confederate cause in the Southwest -- the Battle of Shiloh -- Accumulating disasters -- effect of the fall of New Orleans -- The battle of Seven Pines and Fair Oaks -- Jackson's campaign in the valley -- Stuart's Raid -- The Seven Days' Battles on the Peninsula
  • Pope's orders -- captures -- Libby Prison -- The Battle of Cedar Mountain -- Northern letter-writing -- The Provost Marshal's office in Richmond -- incidents -- The Second Battle of Bull Run -- a woman's stratagem -- The clouds lifted -- Return of the Confederate Congress -- women at work in the public departments -- Fidelity of the negroes -- Lee's invasion of Maryland -- the Battle of Antietam -- Scenes in Richmond in the winter of 1862-3 -- Burnside's campaign -- refugees in Richmond -- Running the blockade -- The Bread Riot in Richmond -- Spies -- Stoneman's raid -- panic in Richmond -- Hooker's campaign -- death of Stonewall Jackson -- Suffering of the wounded -- lack of supplies -- The fall of Vicksburg -- its effect -- Lee's invasion of Pennsylvania -- effect of the Battle of Gettysburg -- The summer of 1863 -- a woman arrested for treason -- Poverty in Richmond -- Bragg's campaign -- the Battle of Chickamauga -- Trouble with the negroes -- Christmas, 1864 -- opening of the new year -- Confederate currency -- fabulous prices in Richmond -- The Confederate Congress in the winter of 1863-4 -- Dahlgren's Raid around Richmond -- The spring of 1864 -- Morgan's return to Richmond
  • Proposed evacuation of Richmond -- removal of the treasury-note bureau -- The summer campaign of 1864 -- the battles of the wilderness -- Petersburg -- Starvation in Richmond -- Destruction of the Alabama -- Sherman's March -- Early's campaign -- Washington threatened -- Life in Richmond in 1864 -- Both sections tired of war -- The negotiation at Niagara Falls -- Colonel Jacques's visit to Richmond -- the Chicago Convention -- The capture of Mobile -- the fall of Atlanta -- the fall campaign around Richmond -- Sheridan's campaign in the valley -- naval losses -- re-election of Mr. Lincoln -- arming of slaves -- Hood's campaign in Tennessee -- Sherman's march through Georgia -- the Confederate armies depleted by desertion -- The winter of 1864-5 -- want of fuel and provisions -- romance -- prices -- Capture of Fort Fisher -- occupation of Wilmington and Charleston -- end of Sherman's march -- More peace negotiations -- government appeal for food -- Forebodings of disaster -- Sheridan's great raid and his junction with Grant -- operations of Grant and Lee -- fall of Petersburg -- Evacuation of Richmond -- burning of the city -- Visit of President Lincoln to Richmond -- the federal government feeding the people -- Surrender of Lee -- The assassination -- capture of Jefferson Davis -- concluding events of the war -- Life in the old land yet
Control code
ocm34772130
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
Bison books ed.
Extent
389 pages
Isbn
9780803287457
Lccn
96020643
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)34772130
  • (Sirsi) a1928998
Label
Richmond during the war : four years of personal observation, Sallie Brock Putnam ; introduction to the Bison books edition by Virginia Scharff
Link
Publication
Note
Originally published: New York : G.W. Carleton, 1867
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The secession of Virginia -- how Richmond received the news -- The first alarm -- the Pawnee Sunday -- Gala days of the war -- The gathering of the troops -- Richmond the capital -- social changes -- The first invasion of Virginia -- Position of the clergy -- The first battle -- Great Bethel -- Disasters in Western Virginia -- The Battle of Manassas -- its effect in Richmond -- Richmond a hospital -- arrival of prisoners -- Incidents of battle -- Changes in Richmond -- an evil addition -- Richmond a city of refuge -- extortions -- The close of 1861 -- the hope of intervention -- capture of Mason and Slidell -- A sad holiday week -- work for the soldiers -- The fall of Roanoke Island -- disasters on the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers -- gloom in Richmond -- Remains of Union sentiment in Richmond -- business changes -- Richmond the permanent capital -- The fight in Hampton Roads -- A growing scarcity of food in Richmond -- Opening of the Peninsular Campaign -- Magruder's small force -- Disasters to the Confederate cause in the Southwest -- the Battle of Shiloh -- Accumulating disasters -- effect of the fall of New Orleans -- The battle of Seven Pines and Fair Oaks -- Jackson's campaign in the valley -- Stuart's Raid -- The Seven Days' Battles on the Peninsula
  • Pope's orders -- captures -- Libby Prison -- The Battle of Cedar Mountain -- Northern letter-writing -- The Provost Marshal's office in Richmond -- incidents -- The Second Battle of Bull Run -- a woman's stratagem -- The clouds lifted -- Return of the Confederate Congress -- women at work in the public departments -- Fidelity of the negroes -- Lee's invasion of Maryland -- the Battle of Antietam -- Scenes in Richmond in the winter of 1862-3 -- Burnside's campaign -- refugees in Richmond -- Running the blockade -- The Bread Riot in Richmond -- Spies -- Stoneman's raid -- panic in Richmond -- Hooker's campaign -- death of Stonewall Jackson -- Suffering of the wounded -- lack of supplies -- The fall of Vicksburg -- its effect -- Lee's invasion of Pennsylvania -- effect of the Battle of Gettysburg -- The summer of 1863 -- a woman arrested for treason -- Poverty in Richmond -- Bragg's campaign -- the Battle of Chickamauga -- Trouble with the negroes -- Christmas, 1864 -- opening of the new year -- Confederate currency -- fabulous prices in Richmond -- The Confederate Congress in the winter of 1863-4 -- Dahlgren's Raid around Richmond -- The spring of 1864 -- Morgan's return to Richmond
  • Proposed evacuation of Richmond -- removal of the treasury-note bureau -- The summer campaign of 1864 -- the battles of the wilderness -- Petersburg -- Starvation in Richmond -- Destruction of the Alabama -- Sherman's March -- Early's campaign -- Washington threatened -- Life in Richmond in 1864 -- Both sections tired of war -- The negotiation at Niagara Falls -- Colonel Jacques's visit to Richmond -- the Chicago Convention -- The capture of Mobile -- the fall of Atlanta -- the fall campaign around Richmond -- Sheridan's campaign in the valley -- naval losses -- re-election of Mr. Lincoln -- arming of slaves -- Hood's campaign in Tennessee -- Sherman's march through Georgia -- the Confederate armies depleted by desertion -- The winter of 1864-5 -- want of fuel and provisions -- romance -- prices -- Capture of Fort Fisher -- occupation of Wilmington and Charleston -- end of Sherman's march -- More peace negotiations -- government appeal for food -- Forebodings of disaster -- Sheridan's great raid and his junction with Grant -- operations of Grant and Lee -- fall of Petersburg -- Evacuation of Richmond -- burning of the city -- Visit of President Lincoln to Richmond -- the federal government feeding the people -- Surrender of Lee -- The assassination -- capture of Jefferson Davis -- concluding events of the war -- Life in the old land yet
Control code
ocm34772130
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
Bison books ed.
Extent
389 pages
Isbn
9780803287457
Lccn
96020643
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)34772130
  • (Sirsi) a1928998

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