4 edition of White House on the Pamunkey and the Peninsula Campaign in Virginia, 1862 found in the catalog.
White House on the Pamunkey and the Peninsula Campaign in Virginia, 1862
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Written in English
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Native American Gaming and Casino Gambling in Virginia Pamunkey Reservation on the Middle Peninsula Pamunkey Reservation and Sea Level Rise. Chief William Terrill Bradley in the 's Source: Museum of the American Indian, Chapters on the ethnology of the Powhatan tribes of Virginia (p) Nannie Miles and Mrs. Allmond in the 's. Burning Of The White House On The Pamunkey River The Richmond & York River Rail Road was completed through New Kent and played a key role in the Civil War Peninsula Campaign.
The Most Consequential Campaign of the War. Lee’s campaign was perhaps the most consequential of the war. If this seems overstated, consider this. By hammering Union forces from the Virginia Peninsula to Western Maryland, Lee revived the hopes of a demoralized Confederacy. at White House on the Pamunkey River. At the time this was the largest combined land and water military force ever assembled on this continent. Nevertheless, the Union campaign stalled in July McClellan abandoned his depot at White House and subsequently moved operations to the James River. The remains that are the focus of current research.
McClellan made his headquarters at White House, Virginia in the home of William Henry Fitzhugh Lee. The Son of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. McClellan used the location of White House Landing and its access to the Pamunkey River to bring up supplies and reinforcements to begin his siege of Richmond. General Joseph E. Johnston had other plans. Library of Virginia Dictionary of Virginia Biography BRISBY, William Henry (August –16 November ), member of the House of Union army during the Peninsula campaign of spring brought war to New Kent County. Free people of color were being and unscrupulous white men. Brisby began selling his property to stave off his creditors.
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[William A Dervishian;]. White House is an unincorporated community in New Kent White House on the Pamunkey and the Peninsula Campaign in Virginia, Virginia, United States, on the south shore of the Pamunkey River.
White House Plantation, for which it is named, was the home in the 18th century of Martha Dandridge Custis, who as a widow, there courted her future husband, Colonel George were married in Nearby, White House Landing on the river was the site.
On Jin the midst of the Seven Days battles outside Richmond, smoke billowed in the distance as Confederate cavalrymen advanced toward the Union’s main supply base at a plantation called the White House, located on the Pamunkey River.
The Peninsula Campaign of was probably the single most ambitious Union operation of the American Civil War. In order to outflank strong Confederate defences in northern Virginia, an army overmen strong would be transported by sea to the Peninsula between the James and York Rivers, to the east of the Confederate capitol of Richmond.
[White House Landing, Va. "White House on the Pamunkey," residence of Gen. W.H.F. Lee, and headquarters of Gen. George B. McClellan] Summary Photograph from the main eastern theater of war, the Peninsular Campaign, May-August This excellent report has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction.
The official historian of the Army Transportation Corps provides a vivid account of supplying the army during the famous Peninsula Campaign in Virginia during the American Civil War. Providing a documentary history of a Virginia Burned County from the Colonial Era through the early Twentieth Century.
Civil War, Peninsula Campaign, religion, Rev. William Corby, White House. No comments: A Mass at the White House. The Advance from White House Traditions; Crump's Plantation Gen.
Sickles' Arrival- Rebel Liberality- Successful Skirmishing. WHITE OAK SWAMP, MIDDLE ROAD, Wednesday, From the White House landing to our present encampment, a distance of 15 miles, and within ten miles of Richmond, we found few farm-houses that could be either called.
McClellan eventually withdrew to Fort Monroe. Follow in the footsteps of one of the largest troop movements in military history. Virginia Civil War Trails’ Peninsula Campaign: Civil War in Tidewater is a mile tour route that allows you to explore more than 60 sites in Tidewater Virginia. Dec 7, - Explore harry's board "CW White House Landing, VA", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about American civil war, Civil war photos and American history pins. The White House - Pamunkey River, Va. / McIlvaine. Summary Soldiers (?) on porch of a house on the Pamunkey River, Virginia, with a steamship flying the American flag at landing to the left. Contributor Names McIlvaine, William,artist.
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White House Landing, on the Pamunkey river, Virginia. The site was a major Union Army Supply Base in ,during the Peninsula Campaign. LOC. The Peninsula Campaign (also known as the Peninsular Campaign) during the American Civil War was a major Union operation launched in southeastern Virginia from March through Julyand it was the first large-scale offensive in the Eastern Theater.
The operation, commanded by Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, was an amphibious turning movement intended to capture the Confederate capital of. The Peninsula Campaign of A Military Analysis by Kevin Dougherty: Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, Volume 2: North to Antietam by Robert Underwood Johnson: The Civil War Battlefield Guide by Frances H.
Kennedy: The Civil War: A Narrative: Volume 1: Fort Sumter to Perryville by Shelby Foote: Pamunkey River Project and MAHS Fall Field School By John Dowdle ver the Veteran’s Day weekend ofMAHS conducted an Underwater Archaeology Field School in conjunction with its ongoing Pamunkey River Project.
The field school was part of the initial exploration and survey of the White House Landing area along the Size: 1MB. In the subtitle, Hardy calls the battle the "turning point of the Peninsula Campaign." However, in the last paragraph of the book, Hardy says that "while [the soldiers who fought at Hanover Court House's] legacy is a modest one, it should still not be forgotten."/5(3).
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Between April and MayLee Hall Mansion served as a headquarters for Confederate generals John B. Magruder and Joseph E. Johnston. From this location, they directed the defense of the Warwick-Yorktown line against Major General George B.
Peninsula campaign, map of Southeastern Virginia Peninsula campaign, map of Southeastern Virginia (additional map). The Peninsula campaign (also known as the Peninsular campaign) of the American Civil War was a major Union operation launched in southeastern Virginia from March through Julythe first large-scale offensive in the Eastern operation, commanded by Maj.
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The site was a major Union Army Supply Base in ,during the Peninsula Campaign. A black Union soldier sits, posted in front of a slave auction house on Whitehall Street in Atlanta, Georgia, in