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Three years in the Bloody Eleventh : the campaigns of a Pennsylvania Reserves regiment

Author: Joseph Gibbs
Publisher: University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Hailing from the Keystone State's rugged western counties, the Eleventh Pennsylvania Reserves was one of the Civil War's most heavily engaged units. Of more than 2,100 regiments raised by the North, it suffered the eighth highest number of battle deaths, earning it the gruesome sobriquet "Bloody Eleventh." Three Years in the "Bloody Eleventh" tells the story of this often-overlooked element of the Army of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Gibbs
ISBN: 0271021667 9780271021669 0271058382 9780271058382
OCLC Number: 47098719
Description: xxi, 378 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Contents: A County Divided --
Soldiers in Dead Earnest: Camp Wright to Camp Tennally --
No More Bull Run Affairs: Great Falls, Dranesville, and the March to the Rappahannock --
One of the Awfulest Battles the World Has Ever Witnessed: The Road to Gaines' Mill --
Another Way to Take Richmond: Libby Prison, Belle Isle, and Glendale --
Shot Down Like Sheep: Second Bull Run --
Brave Comrades Falling: South Mountain and Antietam --
Butchered Like So Many Animals: Fredericksburg --
A Regiment Worth Its Weight in Gold: Gettysburg --
Duty in the Context of the Cartridge Box: Falling Waters, Bristoe Station, and Mine Run --
Winter 1863-1864 --
An Awful Sight of Men Cut Up: The Wilderness to Bethesda Church --
A Remnant Returns: Muster-Out --
"He Will Sit with a Small Mirror, and Look at His Reflection": An Epilogue to the Eleventh Pennsylvania Reserves.
Responsibility: Joseph Gibbs.
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Hailing from the Keystone State's rugged western counties, the Eleventh Pennsylvania Reserves was one of the Civil War's most heavily engaged units. Of more than 2,100 regiments raised by the North, it suffered the eighth highest number of battle deaths, earning it the gruesome sobriquet "Bloody Eleventh." Three Years in the "Bloody Eleventh" tells the story of this often-overlooked element of the Army of the Potomac from before the war up through 1864. Drawing on letters, diaries, and archival documents, Joseph Gibbs writes of men such as Colonel Thomas Gallagher, who led his troops into battle smoking a cigar, and Samuel Jackson, who became the regiment's commander following Gallagher's promotion. He rediscovers the complexities of the men who commanded the brigades and divisions of which the Eleventh Reserves was a part-figures such as George Meade, John Reynolds, and Samuel Crawford.

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