Northborough in the Civil War Citizen Soldiering and Sacrifice by Robert P. Ellis

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Subjects:

  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • United States - State & Local - New England,
  • History / United States,
  • History,
  • History - U.S.,
  • 19th century,
  • Antislavery movements,
  • Massachusetts,
  • Northborough,
  • Soldiers,
  • Soldiers" monuments,
  • History: American

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12441757M
ISBN 101596292202
ISBN 109781596292208
OCLC/WorldCa86117422

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The Civil War Memorial on Main Street was erected in and lists the names of the 29 residents who gave their lives. The Civil War was fought years ago. For more information see the book by Robert Ellis, go to During the Civil War William went south to teach slaves and later with two companions compiled the first book of slave songs.

The meeting will be held at p.m., at the Society building, 52 Main Street, Northborough. The event is free and open to the public. Prologue: Northborough in --Anti-slavery discussion begins --Anti-slavery efforts widen and deepen --Northborough enters the war --And its bloodiest day --Gettysburg to Cold Harbor --Petersburg to Appomattox --Epilogue: post bellum --Appendix: Northborough military personnel.

The Civil War Memorial on Main Street was erected in and lists the names of the 29 residents who gave their lives. The Civil War was fought Author: Norm Corbin. Civil War American Chronicles Campus History True Crime Lost American Heritage Military This book, while offering a few glances back at Northborough's first century, concentrates on its second.

At the beginning of Northborough in the Civil War book century, Northborough built its new town hall not on a church green as before but on the nearby Boston Post Road, thus Author: Northborough Historical Society. Northborough Through Time, a new "then and now" book by the Northborough Historical Society and curator Ellen Racine has been released just in time to celebrate the town's anniversary in To launch the publication, a book signing will be held at the Society's building, 50 Main Street on Sunday, October 18th from 2 to 4 p.m.

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Soldiers' Monument - Northborough, MA - American Civil War Monuments and Memorials on View waymark gallery. Soldiers' Monument - Northborough, MA. in American Civil War Monuments and Memorials. Posted by: neoc1. N 42°. The Northborough Historical Society will hold it’s monthly meeting on Friday, February Past Northborough Historical Society Historian Robert Ellis will present “The Scholar and the Slaves”, a program highlighting William Allen, the youngest and most brilliant of Dr.

Allen’s seven children. During the Civil War, William went south to teach slaves and later with two [ ]. The publisher, Arcadia Press, puts out numerous local histories, including "Hudson," "Harvard," "Northborough in the Civil War" and "Legends, Lore and Secrets of New England.".

Below is information about Worcester and its contribution to the War effort. By clicking on the number in any catagory, we can see the individual soldiers.

For instance, click on the under "Killed or Mortally Wounded". Worcester, MA Worcester County. Population in 24, Soldiers by In Method. The book – released Dec. 24, years after Marlborough’s Town Hall burnt down – provides a detailed look into the battlefields of the war and its participants.

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NORTHBOROUGH — An Army paratrooper with the famed 82d Airborne Division, remembered for his genteel manner, wit, and determination to be a soldier, was killed by gunfire this week in Afghanistan. Peterborough (/ ˈ p iː t ər b ər ə,-ˌ b ʌr ə / ()) is a cathedral city in Cambridgeshire, England, with a population ofin Historically part of Northamptonshire, it is 76 miles ( km) north of London, on the River Nene which flows into the North Sea 30 miles (48 km) to the north-east.

The railway station is an important stop on the East Coast Main Line between London Ceremonial county: Cambridgeshire. For sale is a vintage Reminiscences of the Civil War by Gen John item was published Charles Scribner's Sons, New York in It is a presumed first edition.

This book has been part of the Northborough Library collection for many years and is in barely acceptable Rating: % positive. Books: Historian chronicles Civil War exploits of Bay State sharpshooters of the Framingham History Center’s Civil War Encampment.

Ellis. George wrote: "The Killer Angels. I think it's the best book about the Civil War ever written." I agree about the quality of the book, but hasten to add that it is a novel. From what I know of the subject, it is well researched and accurate on the basic events, but it is a novel nonetheless.

This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. Neighbor News Civil War Book Talk at Tatnuck Bookseller Aug. Massachusetts and the Civil War () Massachusetts (), part 1. The outbreak of the Civil war found Massachusetts, as was true of the Eastern States generally, in an almost complete state of military unpreparedness.

In the South men were drill- ing. Bruce Catton was a highly distinguished and respected Civil War historian, writing numerous books about the period. This book is a condensed version of the War (weighing in at slightly over pages after including three appendices), yet seemingly nothing was left out/5.

Northborough Free Library Website, Northborough, Massachusetts. View upcoming events, information about library services and programs, and more. But as civil war threatens to drown the Courts of Faerie in violence, Jude will need to risk her life in a dangerous alliance to save her sisters, and Faerie itself.

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The aim here remains to offer as complete a list of new adult Civil War books as possible. Contact editor Dimitri Rotov at this email address: rotobo-x [at] mailcity [.] c-o-m with suggestions or complaints. The introduction also surveys Allen’s essays on the South published in the Christian Examiner during the Civil War and his articles written for The Nation at the war’s end.

Two chapters cover Allen’s St. Helena and Charleston journals, respectively, and the book closes with a short : James Robert Hester. Northborough in the Civil War: Citizen Soldiering and Sacrifice [MA] $ $ History Of The Northborough Free Library By Cora Small - Northboro, Massachusetts.

The soft cover book measures about 6" x 9" with 39 pages. It's in very good condition. MY POLICIES:Seller Rating: % positive. By Michael Perna Jr., Contributing Writer.

Shrewsbury’s Town Common sometime after the Civil War Photo/courtesy Michael Perna Jr. Shrewsbury – Most people today would not only be hard pressed to identify the location of our photograph this week, but almost certainly would be.

Civil War Book News began in November as a web page. This new site applies a blog format in organizing information. The aim here remains to offer as complete a list of new adult Civil War books as possible. Chapter III.

The Northborough meeting-house; Chapter IV. The three town ministers; Chapter V. Northborough in the French and Indian wars; Chapter VI. Northborough in the Revolutionary War; Chapter VII. The War of ; Chapter VIII. Early school history; Chapter IX. The Northborough High School; Chapter X.

Private school; Chapter XI. The. Bellevue: The First Years ( Centennial Book) (PDF) Map; Maps Although our area first began to be settled aboutit remained rural until after the Civil War, with a few scattered farms and country houses strung out along the “Beaver Road” (present Lincoln/California Avenue), the main road between Pittsburgh and.

By the onset of the Civil War inthere were million slaves in the United States. It was clear to them that slavery was at the heart of the national conflict, and with the nation at war, thousands saw an opportunity for freedom and seized it.

Sir Walter Scott not only dominated gift book lists on the eve of the Civil War but also dominated Southern literary taste throughout the conflict. His highly idealized depiction of the age of chivalry allowed Southern readers and writers to find positive meaning in war’s horrors, hardships and innumerable deaths.

CIVIL WAR BOSTON As part of the nationwide commemoration marking the sesquicentennial of the Civil War, Boston’s Freedom Trail Foundation is proud to announce the publication of a new guidebook called Walking Tours of Civil War Boston.

During the antebellum years, Boston was the hub of the abolitionist movement, and when war came, Bostonians.His interest in Francis Bacon was sparked as a young student when reading a book of short biographies and again when taking a 17 th-century literature course. In addition, he has written books focused on Northborough’s history including “Northborough in the Civil War: Civilian Soldiering and Sacrifice” and “To Celebrate Our Town – The.Annie's Book Swap can be found at W Main St The following is offered: Bookstores.

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