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Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr., sees the Civil War
|Statement||edited by Byron R. Abernethy.|
|Genre||Biography., Personal narratives.|
|Contributions||Abernethy, Byron R.|
|LC Classifications||E601 .S87 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 210 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||84015299|
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Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr., Sees the Civil War Paperback – March 1, by Elisha Stockwell (Author)/5(5). Elisha Stockwell signed up for the war at age fifteen. But his father objected and his name was crossed out. Later in the year the boy ran away and joined as a soldier when the captain of a friend's company lied a little.
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Elisha Stockwell, Jr. lied about his age(he was 15) to join Company I, Fourteenth Wisconsin Volunteer Regiment. Seeing action at Shiloh, Iuka, Cornith, Vicksburg, and Kennesaw Mountain - 60 years later he writes of this time with clarity recalling the horror of war as well as the ludicrousness letting the reader get a small idea of what this time period was like for the soldier/5(1).
By Elisha Stockwell & Byron Robert & Abernethy Reading Level: Adult, High School Genre: Non Fiction Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press Find this book in a library near you, using A first-hand account of the Civil War from Elisha Stockwell, Jr., a soldier in the Union army. Personal account of Private Stockwell's experiences in the war.
Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr., sees the Civil War. [Elisha Stockwell; Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana (Library of Congress)] -- Memoirs. Stockwell enlisted in the Union Army in as a boy of fifteen, and stayed until the end of the war.
Author: Elisha Stockwell; Byron R Abernethy: Publisher: Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, , © Edition/Format: Print book: Biography: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
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Sees the Civil War Stockwell, Elisha, Jr., edited by Abernethy, Byron R. Published by University of Oklahoma Press, Norman and London (). Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr. Sees the Civil War [signed] See all items in Civil War.
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Stockwell's book does a great job of clarifying what a civil war soldier's number one concern was - getting something to eat. A large part of his remembering of the war is the continual search for food/5(5).
Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr., Sees the Civil War Author: Elisha Stockwell Byron Abernethy ISBN: ISBN Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press () Format: Paperback Similar Titles All Editions More details from»Click HERE to Compare Prices at Bookstores now. Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr., sees the Civil War by Elisha Stockwell 2 editions - first published in Written works: Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr., Sees The Civil War.
[Private Elisha Stockwell of the 14thWisconsin Infantry Company I, arrived by steamboat the night of April 6 at Pittsburg Landing. The next day his regiment saw combat for the first time. Elisha was 15 years old at the Battle.] April 7, “I want to say, as we lay there and the shells were flying over us, my thoughts went back to my home.
One of my favorite Civil War Memoirs is Elisha Stockwell, Jr., Sees the Civil War, and I thought I would share a few passages from his writings about the Battle of Shiloh. Stockwell joined Company I, 14th Wisconsin Infantry, in when he was 15 years old.
His father forbade him to go, and like any dutiful son, he promptly ran off and joined the army anyway. Stockwell saw his first combat on. Wisconsin soldier reflections on Shiloh Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr.
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Betweenandboys under 17 were involved in the American Civil War, for both the Union and the Confederacy. It is estimated thatUnion soldiers were under 15 years old. Given the large number of young men in the American Civil War, compared to the number of older men, one author stated that it “might have been called The Boys’ War.”.
Author: J. Arthur Moore. Title: Boys of the Civil War. In a war in which more thanparticipants were underage children and youth, the history of the battlefields and military life of the Civil War is written in the journals and letters of Charles William Bardeen, William Bircher, Elisha Stockwell, Johnnie Wickersham, and other boys.
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The Elisha Stockwell Story is a true story about a 15 year old who runs away to enlist into the American Civil War. He was tired of working on the farm and thought going to war would give him the excitement he was missing. Based on the book Mr.
Stockwell wrote about his experiences when he was over. Blog Post: Failed objects: Bullet proof vests and design in the American Civil War.
Grade Range: Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr. Sees the Civil War. A first-hand account of the Civil War from Elisha Stockwell, Jr., a soldier in the Union army. Fleishman's depiction of the first Civil War battle relies on individual voices to give a human face to history.
The result is at once intimate and sweeping, a heartbreaking and remarkably vivid portrait of the Civil War and war itself. Private Elisha Stockwell, Jr. Sees the Civil War. Author: Elisha Stockwell. Reading Level: Adult,High.
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Elisha and his extended family were poor dirt farmers inand they chose to sit out the Civil War after Winn Parish voted against secession. Not until the Yankees captured New Orleans and a conscription law was passed in did Elisha join several hundred other parish men in enlisting in the 28th Louisiana Volunteers.
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was born on July 9, to Dr. Elias Howe Sr. and Polly (Bemis) Howe in Spencer, spent his childhood and early adult years in Massachusetts where he apprenticed in a textile factory in Lowell beginning in After mill closings due to the Panic ofhe moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts, to work as a mechanic with carding Nationality: American.
(This essay was originally published in the Newport Daily News on Decemas “Soldier’s Words Still Haunting.” The second half ofyears ago, saw some momentous events in the life of Elisha Hunt Rhodes, a Civil War soldier from the village of Pawtuxet, Cranston, who entered military service for the Union in Julyas a private and left it four years later as a.