6 edition of Lincoln"s Admiral found in the catalog.
May 30, 2006 by Castle Books .
Written in English
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Filed under: Lincoln, Abraham, Abraham Lincoln: A Legacy of Freedom (Washington: U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Information Programs, ), ed. by George Clack and Michael Jay Friedman (PDF at ). Thanks to Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis, the book Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin is back on the best-seller list. Includes 19 Illustrations and 6 Maps. Mr. Lincoln's Navy, almost a non-existent force at the start of the war, achieved with marked success; the offshore blockade of the Confederacy, taking control of the Mississippi River, and the protection of Yankee commerce on the high seas. I suppose this could also go in the book review forum, but I suspect the conversation, if there is any, will delve on the naval war. One of the three books I got for Christmas was Craig Symonds' 'Lincoln and his Admirals', which is an interesting and well-written look at how Lincoln evolved.
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Lincoln's Admiral: The Civil War Campaigns of David Farragut James P. Duffy, Author John Wiley & Sons $40 (p) Lincolns Admiral book More By and About This Author. LINCOLN AND HIS ADMIRALS By Craig L. Symonds Oxford University Press, $, pages, illustrated REVIEWED Lincolns Admiral book ROBERT F.
DUNN. Colonel Kevin Weddle talked about his book [Lincoln's Tragic Admiral: The Life of Samuel Francis Du Pont], published by University of Virginia Press. In his book, military historian Kevin Weddle. An admirably researched history of the long, successful career of America's first admiral and a popular hero of the Civil War, who is best remembered for his famous order in the heat of the battle at Mobile Bay, ``Damn the torpedoes, full steam ahead!'' To complement (and correct) the mainly army perspective found in most Civil War histories, Duffy (Target Hitler, not reviewed, etc.) presents.
LINCOLN AND HIS ADMIRALS ABRAHAM LINCOLN, THE U.S. NAVY, AND THE CIVIL WAR by Craig L. Symonds ‧ RELEASE DATE: Oct. 1, A former history professor at the Naval Academy examines Lincoln’s growth as commander in chief through his relations with the United States Navy.
We’re glad you found a book that interests you. ACW Book Review: Lincoln and His Admirals. Richard F. Welch. Lincoln and His Admirals. by Craig L. Symonds, Oxford University Press,$ Lincolns Admiral book historiography of the Civil War is dominated by studies of the participants, tactics, weaponry and strategies of the war’s various land campaigns.
This book was an interesting look at Lincolns Admiral book role the Navy played in the war, and how Lincoln handled his naval officers.
It gave an insightful look at the relationships between Lincoln and his admirals, between the admirals themselves, and between the army and navy personnel/5. This vivid and impeccably researched book details Lincolns Admiral book life and Civil War battles of Admiral David Farragut.
It shines a spotlight and shares new details about the admiral's leadership of the mission to recapture the port of New Orleans from the Confederacy - a campaign historians consider one of the most daring in military history. Book Review: Lincoln's Admiral I Lincolns Admiral book this earlier in the week, but could not edit a couple of mistakes, so I deleted it and am re-posting it now.
Duffy’s book provides an excellent read and summary of Farragut’s life, his accomplishments and how he was able to achieve such excellent results.
This is a very informative and readable. "Lincoln's Admiral" is a thoroughly researched and compellingly written book on Admiral Farragut. The book sheds new light on Farragut's life and times. He was the first full admiral in American naval history.
He was small in statue and almost sixty years old at the outbreak of the Civil War. However, Farragut possessed enormous strength and. ["Recently discovered primary source material sheds new light on Farragut's life and times.
The first full admiral in American naval history, he was small in stature and almost sixty years old at the outbreak of the Civil War. Yet Farragut possessed enormous courage and stamina. He led by example and became an inspiration to the entire nation. Thoroughly researched and compellingly written.
Lincoln and His Admirals. By Craig L. Symonds. Oxford University Press, $ We know a great deal about President Lincoln’s relations with his generals, but much less about his dealings with his admirals and his Navy Department.
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Free shipping for many products!5/5(1). Relieved of his command, he was also maligned in the press. In Lincoln’s Tragic Admiral: The Life of Samuel Francis Du Pont, Kevin J.
Weddle challenges this reduction of Du Pont’s legacy, combining new and known sources to uncover a thoroughly modern, though flawed, Du : University of Virginia Press.
Lincoln's Tragic Admiral book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Once revered as one of the finest officers in the U.S. Navy /5. Get this from a library.
Lincoln's admiral: the Civil War campaigns of David Farragut. [James P Duffy] -- Recently discovered primary source material sheds new light on Farragut's life and times. The first full admiral in American naval history, he was small in stature and almost sixty years old at the.
Lincoln's Admiral The Civil War Campaigns of David Farragut (eBook): Duffy, James P.: Recently discovered primary source material sheds new light on Farragut's life and times. The first full admiral in American naval history, he was small in stature and almost sixty years old at the outbreak of the Civil War.
Yet Farragut possessed enormous courage and stamina. Get this from a library. Lincoln's admiral: the Civil War campaigns of David Farragut. [James P Duffy] -- An admirably researched history of the long, successful career of America's first admiral and a popular hero of the Civil War, who is best remembered for his famous order in the heat of the battle at.
Lincoln and His Admirals Craig Symonds. Co-winner of the Lincoln Prize, LINCOLN AND HIS ADMIRALS was also awarded the Barondess Lincoln Prize, the John Lyman Award, the Daniel and Marilyn Laney Prize, and the Nevins-Freeman Prize. An analytic and narrative account of the often-neglected role of the Union Navy in the outcome of the Civil War.
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Weddle: Lincoln's Tragic Admiral: The Life of Samuel Francis Du Pont Once revered as one of the finest officers in the U.S. Navy, Rear Admiral Samuel Francis Du Pont is now, when remembered at all, criticized for resisting technological advancement and for half-heartedly leading the disastrous all-ironclad Union naval attack on Charleston.
The presidency of Abraham Lincoln began on March 4,when he was inaugurated as the 16th President of the United States, and ended upon his assassination and death on Ap42 days into his second term. Lincoln was the first member of the recently-established Republican Party elected to the presidency.
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Craig Symonds talks about his Lincoln Prize-winning book, "Lincoln and His Admirals," at the annual Abraham Lincoln dinner hosted by the Lincoln Group of the District of. Lincoln’s Last Meal. a depiction of Admiral David Farragut on the mast of his flagship, The president was reading aloud to them from “some humorous book,” as Oglesby later recalled Author: Sarah Pruitt.
Craig Symonds, Professor Emeritus at the U.S. Naval Academy where he taught naval history and Civil War History for thirty years, and the author of ten previous books, examines Lincoln’s presidency through the lens of the naval side of the Civil War, a perspective often neglected in Civil War scholarship.
He accomplishes several goals. One. Lincoln’s Code is both a celebratory chronicle of American lawmaking and a gruesome record of American wartime cruelty This monumental book, resting on colossal archival research and packed with memorable stories and arguments, is a major contribution to making sense of ours.” – Gary J.
Bass, The New York Times Book ReviewReleased on: J Hardcover with dust jacket, blue cloth with gilt spine titles, 16 by 24 cm, xiii pp., illus. Near fine, unread copy.
From the publisher: “Once revered as one of the finest officers in the U.S. Navy, Rear Admiral Samuel Francis Du Pont is now, when remembered at all, criticized for resisting technological advancement and for half-heartedly leading the disastrous all-ironclad Union naval.
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