8 edition of Nathan Bedford Forrest found in the catalog.
March 1, 2007
by Pelican Publishing Company
Written in English
|Contributions||Edwin C. Bearss (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||528|
Nathan Bedford Forrest Biography, Life, Interesting Facts. Nathan Bedford Forrest was born on July 13th, in Back in the day, Forrest made his fortune out of engaging in the slave trade business. In addition to this, he got rich through his cotton plantations. This book is exactly the reason that I love Non Fiction - because this is a real story. It's true. And while the details might have to be fleshed out from letters and documents of a bygone era, it doesn't change the fact that Nathan Bedford Forrest was a remarkable you are a student of the Civil War or a resident of the deep South, you have probably heard Forrest's name.4/5(30).
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Nathan Bedford Forrest (pictured above) is beautiful. Again, dig those steely eyes, that dead serious countenance, the warrior's beard. His story is American- Author: Ta-Nehisi Coates. Over the years the neo-Confederate community has relied on a short list of narratives purporting to demonstrate the existence of significant numbers of loyal black Confederate soldiers. One of them centers on an interview Nathan Bedford Forrest gave in When I entered the army I took forty-seven Negroes into the a.
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Nathan Bedford Forrest was the only soldier to rise from the rank of private to general during the U.S. Civil War. At once "a soft-spoken gentleman of marked placidity and an overbearing bully of homicidal wrath," Forrest is best remembered for the combination of brilliant military leadership and flamboyant bravery that drove his Confederate cavalry troops from victory to victory on the Cited by: 9.
Nathan Bedford Forrest’s critics have called him everything from a violent backwoodsman, illiterate redneck, and cruel slaver, to a crooked Nathan Bedford Forrest book, unfaithful husband, and simple-minded hillbilly.
However, traditional unreconstructed writers, like our award-winning Tennessee author, Forrest scholar Colonel Lochlainn Seabrook, know that Confederate General Forrest was none of these things. Also "Nathan Bedford Forrest: In Search of the Enigma" is an excellent volume.
I just finished "Nathan Bedford Forrest's Redemption" which looks at Bedford's life and campaigns with a spiritual eye. All the books are fine reads, the "Enigma" book has good camapign maps.
The Battles and Campaigns of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, This book is exactly the reason that I love Non Fiction - because this is a real story. It's true. And while the details might have to be fleshed out from letters and documents of a bygone era, it doesn't change the fact that Nathan Bedford Forrest was a remarkable man.4/5.
NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST A BIOGRAPHY (), this new book spends less time on Forrest's extraordinary career as a soldier—he was the only man on either side who went from private to lieutenant general—and gives equal weight to his rise from raw frontier poverty to self-made wealth in land and slaves, his prewar civic activities as a Author: Jack Hurst.
Nathan Bedford Forrest () was a Confederate general during the Civil War (). After the Civil War Forrest worked as a planter and railroad president, and served as. Nathan Bedford Forrest's critics have called him everything from a violent backwoodsman, illiterate redneck, and cruel slaver, to a crooked politician, unfaithful husband, and simple-minded hillbilly/5.
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Written for the general market, Nathan Bedford Forrest is the first of Col. Seabrook’s eleven books on the General, and is one of our top sellers. Lavishly illustrated and formatted in an easy-to-read style, at pages this short inexpensive book is perfect for Civil War museum shops, historic homes, or.
Nathan Bedford Forrest, Confederate cavalry commander in the American Civil War who was often described as a ‘born military genius.’ He is also one of the most controversial figures from the Civil War era, having led a massacre of African American troops and having served as the first grand wizard of.
Forrest And His Campaigns Nathan Bedford Forrest was enrolled as a private in a Confederate cavalry company, and went into camp near Randolph, Tennessee.
About the 10th of July,Hon. Isham G. Harris, the great war Governor of Tennessee, knowing Forrest well and having a high regard for the man, telegraphed him to come to Memphis, and. Black Confederates Were Real People, Nathan Bedford Forrest's Groom. The Legend of Black Confederates: 7: Dec 5, ★★★ Forrest, Nathan Bedford: Biographies of the Civil War: Dec 2, RARE Gen Nathan Bedford Forrest Signed CDV Sold Over $ Nathan B.
Forrest: Nov 2, O: Nathan Bedford Forrest Relative: Nathan B. Amid the aristocratic ranks of the Confederate cavalry, Nathan Bedford Forrest was untutored, all but unlettered, and regarded as no more than a guerrilla.
His tactic was the headlong charge, mounted with such swiftness and ferocity that General Sherman called him a "devil" who should "be hunted down and killed if it co lives and bankrupts the treasury."4/5(4).
Nathan Bedford Forrest was born on Jnear the village of Chapel Hill in Bedford County, Tennessee (a redrawing of county boundaries has placed Chapel Hill in Marshall County). He was the oldest son of William and Mary Beck Forrest, and would be one of ten siblings, including a twin sister who died at an early age.
Book Review published on: Febru John R. Scales’s narrative of Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest’s campaigns and military career is part history and part travelogue; complete with over one hundred maps detailing the cavalryman’s many actions—however small—and his exact path between engagements.
This book is an excellent review of General N. Forrest. When you this book you will find a true patriot of his time. Selected pages. Page Page Page Page Page Life of General Nathan Bedford Forrest John Allan Wyeth Full view - /5(3). In The Life of General Nathan Bedford Forrest, first published inJohn Allan Wyeth, a former Confederate soldier who briefly served under Forrest's command, narrates some of the building blocks of the Forrest legend.
It is a story whose resonance still has considerable power in the debate on race relations in the United States, as /5(11).Cowan, however, stood by his account until his death inand Forrest enthusiasts were quick to weigh in. Citing Wyeth, John Morton repeated Cowan’s account in his book The Artillery of Nathan Bedford Forrest’s Cavalry, adding “Maj.
M.H. Clift has told Captain Morton that he had heard of the incident at the time it took place Author: Nancy Tappan. Buy a cheap copy of Nathan Bedford Forrest: A Biography book by Jack Hurst. Nathan Bedford Forrest was the only soldier to rise from the rank of private to general during the U.S.
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