6 edition of The men stood like iron found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -261) and index.
|Statement||Lance J. Herdegen.|
|LC Classifications||E493.5.I72 H47 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||96031095|
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"They Stood Like Iron" is a good overview of the history of the famed "Iron Brigade" of the Civil War. I am about 2/3 of the way through the book and find it an easy and interesting historical perpective of the fighting men of the Western regiments (Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan) who comprised this Cited by: 1.
The excerpt is from Lance J. Herdegen’s, The Men Stood Like Iron-How the Iron Brigade of Won Its Name (Indiana University Press, ).
The book is a prequel to the equally excellent, Those Damned Black Hats-The Iron Brigade in the Gettysburg Campaign (Savas Beatie LLC, ) Both books are based on primary source material like letters, diaries, journals and the personal recollections of the.
The Men Stood Like Iron is the dramatic story of how the backwoods frontier boys of Indiana and Wisconsin became soldiers of an "Iron Brigade, " a unit so celebrated that General George McClellan called it "equal to the best troops in any army in the world."4/5.
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KIRKUS REVIEW. A history of four regiments of young, independent, feisty frontiersmen from Wisconsin and Indiana, who became a proud force fighting bravely and unwaveringly in.
The Men Stood Like Iron: How the Iron Brigade Won Its Name, by Lance J. Herdegen, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pages, $ Civil War veterans always argued among themselves about whose unit could fight harder, march farther, or steal more : Historynet Staff. Lance Herdegen does a fine job in this book detailing how the unit that became known alternatively as the "Black Hat Brigade" the "Iron Brigade" or the "Iron Brigade of the West" came together in the summer of in the midst of a patriotic fervor following the firing at Fort Sumter, how it developed over the next year-and-a-half and how its hard, determined fighting at fields such as.
The Men Have Stood Like Iron May God Bless Us The Government Has Gone Mad Notes Bibliography Index. List of Maps and Illustrations Maps 1. Overview of the Maryland Campaign of 2. Battle map of the Iron Brigade at Brawner’s Farm 3. Battle map of the Iron Brigade at South Mountain 4.
Battle map of the Iron Brigade at Antietam : Proportionally, the Iron Brigade suffered more battlefield deaths than any other Union force.
(For more on Civil War soldiers, see James M. McPherson, For Cause and Comrades, p. ) A colorful and skillful record of the lives of the men in the ranks of a famous brigade, who served and saved the Union at great sacrifice in a dark time.
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Read Books The Men Stood Like Iron: How the Iron Brigade Won Its Name (Indiana) ebook textbooks. "The men have stood like iron." Major Rufus Dawes wrote these words describing how the men fought during week of fighting that the 2nd, 6th, and 7th Wisconsin and 19th Indiana infantry regiments had just : Tim Ware.
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The Men Stood like Iron: How the Iron Brigade Won Its Name. By Lance J. Herdegen. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, xiv, pp. $, ISBN ) and On Many a Bloody Field: Four Years in the Iron Brigade. By Alan D. Gaff. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, xx, pp.
$, ISBN )Author: Timothy D. Johnson. Their Hardee hats distinguished them from most of the other Union soldiers, but the Confederates respected the "black hats" who stood like iron in the face of their foe.
An extremely good read, with enough detail to make the reader respect the patriotism, heroism and sacrifices made by all the soldiers involved in America's Civil War.5/5(5).
The Men Stood Like Iron: How the Iron Brigade Won Its Name. History of the "Iron Brigade." Formed in conjunction with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry after the Union's July defeat at Bull Run, these 1, Indiana and Wisconsin frontier boys who donned distinctive tall black hats, were the only all-Western brigade of the Northern army.
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An exegesis of Iron John, a parable about a boy maturing into adulthood with help of the wild man, and part of the Grimms' Fairy Tales published in by German folklorists Brothers Grimm, it spent 62 weeks on The New York Times Best Seller list and went on to Author: Robert Bly.
Men of iron, p.3 and the steep roofs and chimneys clustered thicklytogether, like the roofs and chimneys of a town. The castle was built upon a plateau-like rise of ground, which wasenclosed by the outer wall. A sudden hushfell upon all in the room, and the men-at-arms stood in a line againstthe wall, stiff and erect as though all at 4/5(20).
The Men Stood Like Iron: How the Iron Brigade Won Its Name by Lance J. Herdegen. Indiana University Press, Hardcover. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
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A sudden hush fell upon all in the room, and the men-at-arms stood in a line against the wall, stiff and erect as though all at once transformed to figures of iron. Once more the arras was drawn back, and in the hush Myles heard voices in the other room. Recommended Reading: The Men Stood Like Iron: How the Iron Brigade Won Its Name.
Description: No volunteers tramped with more innocent resolve on the drill fields of than the farmers, immigrants, shopkeepers, and "piney" camp boys who volunteered for the Second, Sixth, and Seventh Wisconsin and the Nineteenth Indiana Infantry.
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