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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Catton, Bruce, 1899-1978.
Banners at Shenandoah.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1955
|Named Person:||Philip Henry Sheridan; Philip Henry Sheridan; Philip Henry Sheridan|
|Material Type:||Fiction, Juvenile audience|
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|Description:||254 pages ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||The magic glass --
I had to stay behind --
The road to war --
New store clothes --
The making of a trooper --
We've got to be tough --
We wished we'd stayed at home --
Sheridan's way --
Sword of the Lord and of Gideon --
To carry the flag --
The end of a quarrel --
The girl in the valley --
The fight on the mountain --
Sheridan moves east --
I could feel myself falling --
Sheridan's new army --
A letter from Lavinia --
A night ride to Winchester --
The one thing I remembered --
The general pays a call --
The faraway guns --
And the sixth corps cheered --
It's just beginning.
|Series Title:||Cavalcade books.|
|Other Titles:||Sheridan's Fighting Cavalry|
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Outstanding Juvenile Novel about the Civil War
Bruce Catton, a distinguished Civil War scholar, obviously admired Phil Sheridan. He makes Sheridan the hero of this novel which is told from the point of view of a teenager who fought on the Union side in the Civil War.
I am a veteran and I have read a lot about the Army and the Army General...
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