John Morgan and His Men.

BUTLER, Loraine Letcher.

Publication Date: 1960
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BUTLER, Loraine Letcher. John Morgan and His Men. Phila.: Dorrance & Company, [1960]. 1st ed. 357pp. Portrait frontis., plates. Orig. cloth, non-priceclipped d/j. Near fine. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publication Date: 1960

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Butler, Lorine Letcher
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Book Description Dorrance, Philadelphia, 1960. hardcover. Condition: Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP102726470

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Book Description Dorrance, Philadelphia, 1960. hardcover. Condition: Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP105355988

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Book Description Dorrance, Philadelphia, 1960. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition. Lacks dust jacket, card pocket inside back cover, 'date due' sheet tipped-in on opposite page. On front pastedown (inside front cover) is a bookplate stating "Women's Club Public Library". No edge stamps, no ink stamps or marks at all to title or copyright pages denoting library copy. No spine markings to spine cloth. Foxing to page-edges and to first and last several pages, a few instances also deeper into text block. ; 357 pages. Seller Inventory # 30933

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Book Description 1955. DUKE, Basil W. The Great Indiana-Ohio Raid by Brig.-Gen. John Hunt Morgan and His Men, July 1863: An Authentic Account of the Most Spectacular Confederate Cavalry Raid into Union Territory during the War between the States.The Capture and Subsequent Escape of Brig.-Gen. Morgan, as Seen and Told by Brig.-Gen. Basil W. Duke, C.S.A., Brig.-Gen. Orlando B. Wilcox, U.S.A., and Captain Thomas H. Hines, C.S.A., Each of Whom Was an Active Participant in the Various Phases of the Event. With an Introduction and Commentary Notes by Don D. John. Louisville, KY: Privately Printed by The Book Nook Press, [1955]. 1st ed. 32pp. Illus., portraits, maps. Orig. pictorial wrappers. Near fine. Seller Inventory # 66897

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Book Description BUTLER, Lorine Letcher. John Morgan and His Men. Phila.: Dorrance & Company, [1960]. 1st ed. 357pp. Portrait frontis., portrait, plates. Orig. cloth. Faint scattered foxing, else near fine. Seller Inventory # 69956

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Butler, Lorine Letcher
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Book Description Dorrance & Co., Phildelphia, 1960. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Octavo in gray cloth boards stamped in blue. Staple mar to first two pages, which does not affect the text. Previous owners imprint on title page. Moderate foxing to interior pages. 357 pages. Glossy frontis portrait of John Morgan, which is identical to the dust jacket portrait. Morgan, a Kentuckian, served as a Confederate General and was known as an early practioner of guerilla warfare. This book definitely from the point of view of the South. The author is related to the author's uncles who rode with Morgan. The dust jacket has tape residue on reverse, at head and heel of spine and light soiling to back panel. Front flap has been price clipped. A very nice copy of this scarce title. Seller Inventory # 207001

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Lorine Letcher Butler
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Book Description Dorrance, 1960. Hardcover. Condition: Used; Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. First Edition. No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. DJ is good with a couple of small repaired tears. . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Hunt Morgan was born in Huntsville, Alabamain 1825, but moved with his family to Kentucky when he was young. His father claimed to be a descendant of the Revolutionary War hero, Daniel Morgan. Morgan grew up on the family farm, received his basic education in the Lexington area, and later spent two years at Transylvania College. Morganâs first military experience occurred in the Mexican War, where he led a volunteer company. Following the war, Morgan returned to Lexington and became a successful merchant, specializing in the sale of hemp clothing. He also was active in community affairs and in 1857, established the Lexington Rifles, a local militia unit. The illness and eventual death of his wife prevented Morgan from immediately joining Confederate forces in early 1861. He later signed on as a scout and was rapidly promoted. Morgan gained lasting fame for the cavalry exploits of his soldiers, known as 'Morganâs Raiders.' They became widely known for staging lightning-like strikes into enemy territory â" usually to disrupt supply lines â" and avoiding direct encounters whenever possible. From his base in Tennessee, Morgan conducted his first raid in July and August of 1862. His soldiers, and those of Nathan Bedford Forrest, were instrumental in disrupting the march of D.C. Buell toward Chattanooga. A second raid was made in October 1862, and a third in late December. Morgan introduced a new tactic to the warfare of his day; he carried a portable battery on his raids that enabled him to tap into telegraph lines. With access to enemy communications, he was able to intercept orders and also send his own. In July 1863, Morganâs Raiders conducted their most famous foray. They were sent into Kentucky again, but Morgan violated his orders and crossed the Ohio River into Indiana. The Raiders swept eastward into Ohio, triggering panic in Cincinnati. Morgan prohibited his men from plundering private property, allowing them to take only needed food and supplies. On this raid, they captured 6,000 prisoners and caused damage to public property exceeding $10 million. Pursuing Union soldiers inflicted heavy losses on Morganâs forces and he was eventually captured near New Lisbon, Ohio, in late July. Morgan was imprisoned in the Ohio Penitentiary in Columbus, but managed to tunnel his way out of the massive stone structure in November. He returned to the south and rejoined the Confederate cause, obtaining commands in Tennessee and Virginia, in 1864. Morgan was surprised and killed by Union forces near Greenville, Tennessee, in September. John Hunt Morgan was one of the most daring and romantic figures of the Civil War. His exploits were in many ways similar to another prominent Confederate leader, J.E.B. Stuart. Seller Inventory # 59507

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Butler, Lorine Letcher
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Book Description Dorrance & Company, Philadelphia, 1960. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. First Edition. VERY GOOD HARDCOVER. A 357-page history of the dashing Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan of Lexington, Ky., and his men, who led a daring raid into Indiana and Ohio before being captured and imprisoned by Federals. With b/w photo illustrations. Pages are clean and unmarked. Some light foxing on edges. Spine slightly softened and rubbed. Otherwise an excellent copy of this scarce/hard to find title. Size: 6 x 9". Seller Inventory # 80107

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Book Description Dorrance & Co., 1960. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good Plus. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. gray cloth cover spine lightly sunned edges foxed but contents clean no writing. jacket in protective wrap is foxed on back 357 pp. Seller Inventory # 29726

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Butler, Lorine Letcher
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Book Description Dorrance & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1960. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 357 pp; Signed by author on title page. Previous owners name. Nice book in dust jacket with minor chipping at spine head. A nice tight clean and attractive book with unmarked text. Jacket protected in a clear Brodart cover. Butler shows how Morgan was at once one of the most romantic figures of the Civil War for his gallantry towards women and his foes, but also one of the most controversial for his unconventional war tactics. ; Always Delivery Confirmation. 35 Years Fast Excellent Service. We Know How To Pack Books.; Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 87255

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