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The Rebel S Return

Author : Victoria James
ISBN : 9781633757332
Genre : Fiction
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Natalia Puccini has spent her entire life playing by her overbearing but well-intentioned Italian family's rules...except the one time she took a chance on a bad boy and fell hard. She's worked to get her life back on track so when Aiden McCann comes sauntering back into town with his heart-stopping smile, Natalia vows not to fall for him again. There's no way she'll let him mess with her perfectly planned life...and there's no way she'll let him near her heart again... Now reformed and a self-made success, Aiden is tormented by regrets and secrets. He left Red River years ago filled with anger and resentment and a promise to never come back. But when his ill father needs help, Aiden knows it's time to face the mess he left behind, and face the one woman he never got over. It doesn't matter how beautiful or intriguing she is, though, because he'll never be able to give her what she needs. As soon as his father is healthy, Aiden is leaving Red River...for good. Each book in the Red River series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed out of order. Series Order: Book #1 A Risk Worth Taking Book #2 The Best Man's Baby Book #3 The Doctor's Fake Fiancee Book #4 The Rebel's Return

Annual Reports Of The War Department

Author : United States. War Department
ISBN : SRLF:A0003274156
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Encyclopedia Of Television Film Directors

Author : Jerry Roberts
ISBN : 9780810863781
Genre : Performing Arts
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From live productions of the 1950s like Requiem for a Heavyweight to big budget mini-series like Band of Brothers, long-form television programs have been helmed by some of the most creative and accomplished names in directing. Encyclopedia of Television Film Directors brings attention to the directors of these productions, citing every director of stand alone long-form television programs: made for TV movies, movie-length pilots, mini-series, and feature-length anthology programs, as well as drama, comedy, and musical specials of more than 60 minutes. Each of the nearly 2,000 entries provides a brief career sketch of the director, his or her notable works, awards, and a filmography. Many entries also provide brief discussions of key shows, movies, and other productions. Appendixes include Emmy Awards, DGA Awards, and other accolades, as well as a list of anthology programs. A much-needed reference that celebrates these often-neglected artists, Encyclopedia of Television Film Directors is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in the history of the medium.

A Thrilling Narrative Of Indian Captivity

Author : Mary Butler Renville
ISBN : 9780803243446
Genre : History
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This edition of A Thrilling Narrative of Indian Captivity rescues from obscurity a crucially important work about the bitterly contested U.S.-Dakota War of 1862. Written by Mary Butler Renville, an Anglo woman, with the assistance of her Dakota husband, John Baptiste Renville, A Thrilling Narrative was printed only once as a book in 1863 and has not been republished since. The work details the Renvilles’ experiences as “captives” among their Dakota kin in the Upper Camp and chronicles the story of the Dakota Peace Party. Their sympathetic portrayal of those who opposed the war in 1862 combats the stereotypical view that most Dakotas supported it and illumines the injustice of their exile from Dakota homelands. From the authors’ unique perspective as an interracial couple, they paint a complex picture of race, gender, and class relations on successive midwestern frontiers. As the state of Minnesota commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Dakota War, this narrative provides fresh insights into the most controversial event in the region’s history. This annotated edition includes groundbreaking historical and literary contexts for the text and a first-time collection of extant Dakota correspondence with authorities during the war.

Frank On The Lower Mississippi

Author : Harry Castlemon
ISBN : 9781421821375
Genre : Literary Collections
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Vicksburg had fallen, and the army had marched in and taken possession of the city. How Frank longed to accompany it, that he might see the inside of the rebel stronghold, which had so long withstood the advance of our fleet and army! He stood leaning against one of the monster guns, which, at his bidding, had spoken so often and so effectively in favor of the Union, and for two hours watched the long lines of war-worn soldiers as they moved into the works. At length a tremendous cheer arose from the city, and Frank discovered a party of oldiers on the cupola of the court-house, from which, a few moments afterward, floated the Stars and Stripes. Then came faintly to his ears the words of a familiar song, which were caught up by the soldiers in the city, then by those who were still marching in, and "We'll rally round the flag, boys," was sung by an immense choir. The rebels in the streets gazed wonderingly at the men on the spire, and listened to the song, and the triumphant shouts of the conquering army, which proclaimed the beginning of the downfall of their confederacy.

The Red Book Of Michigan

Author : Charles Lanman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105010215346
Genre : Michigan
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The American Western A Complete Film Guide

Author : Terry Rowan
ISBN : 9781300418580
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The Red River Campaign Of 1864 And The Loss By The Confederacy Of The Civil War

Author : Michael J. Forsyth
ISBN : 9781476615721
Genre : History
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The Union Army’s Red River Campaign began on March 12, 1864, with a two-pronged attack aimed at gaining control of Shreveport, Louisiana. It lasted until May 22, 1864, when, after suffering significant casualties, the Union army retreated to Simmesport, Louisiana. The campaign was an attempt to prevent Confederate alliance with the French in Mexico, deny supplies to Confederate forces, and secure vast quantities of Louisiana and Texas cotton for Northern mills. With this examination of Confederate leadership and how it affected the Red River Campaign, the author argues against the standard assumption that the campaign had no major effect on the outcome of the war. In fact, the South had—and lost—an excellent opportunity to inflict a decisive defeat that might have changed the course of history. With this campaign as an ideal example, the politics of military decision-making in general are also analyzed.

Report Of The Secretary Of The Navy With An Appendix Containing Reports From Officers December 1865

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ISBN : 9785882396274
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The Press Covers The Invasion Of Arkansas 1862

Author : H. L. Hanna
ISBN : 9781477696101
Genre : History
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During the first year of the War Between the States, Arkansas had been on the sidelines as the main actions had taken place in Virginia, Missouri and Kentucky. This was to change as the Federals gained control of Missouri and set their eyes on control of the lower Mississippi River toward the close of 1861. In these selections from period newspapers are both Confederate and Yankee Reports on the Invasion of Arkansas by the Union Army of the South-West under General Samuel R. Curtis in early 1862. Reports on the battle of Elkhorn Tavern, the occupation of parts of northern Arkansas and the attempts to take Little Rock by the Yankee army, the resistance to the invaders by the people of the State, and Curtis retreat to Helena as his army nearly starves, are here seen through the eyes of witnesses to the events. But, we have to be careful when using these reports, as demonstrated by this article from the July 11th, 1862 edition of the Richmond, Va. Daily Dispatch, sometimes the reports and editorials that purport to be reprints from newspapers published by the opposing side may not be all they seem: Yankee Trick. A soldier from Georgia picked up on the battlefield, a Yankee "Richmond Dispatch," which had been dropped by some dead Yankee. We have not yet seen it, but persons who have, say it is a cari(?)elry. It is exactly like this paper. The size, paper, advertisements and all are precisely the same. The only difference is in the editorials. The Yankee concern is full of desponding and despairing editorials, which pronounce our cause desperate and say that McClellan is obliged to take the city. These counterfeits are no doubt sent North, and used in keeping up the popular delusion there. --Possibly, other Southern papers may be counterfeited too. Was there ever a nation so thoroughly base? Newspaper reports are not the best of primary sources. Egos, partisanship and hatred can colour the stories, but a true sense of the events as they happened can be gained from these narratives.

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