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eBook A Handful of Providence: The Civil War Letters of Lt. Richard Goldwaite, New York Volunteers, and Ellen Goldwaite ePub

by Ellen Goldwaite,Marti Skipper,Jane Taylor,Richard Goldwaite

  • ISBN: 0786418567
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Ellen Goldwaite,Marti Skipper,Jane Taylor,Richard Goldwaite
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McFarland Publishing (October 19, 2004)
  • Pages: 280
  • ePub book: 1397 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1880 kb
  • Other: lrf lit txt rtf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 717

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A Handful of Providence book.

A Handful of Providence book. The long-silent voices of Richard and Ellen Goldwaite, a newly married couple separated by Richard's service in the Union army, come to life in this collection of their wartime correspondence.

Richard Goldwaite, Ellen Goldwaite. McFarland, 1 Oca 2004 - 272 sayfa.

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Richard Goldwaite, New York Volunteers, and Ellen Goldwaite . by Richard Goldwaite.

The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed. Frederick Phisterer

The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed. Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, 1912. This organization, the Naval Brigade, was recruited by Col. William A. Bartlett in New York city, under authority from the War Department, dated May 22, 1861, recruiting having been commenced as early as April, 1861. This volume provides a detailed record of Stetson's experiences and activities of military service during the Civil War. It includes a description of the naval battle between the Monitor and the Merrimac. Also includes information about the . Navy blockade of principal Southern seaports.

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A Handful of Providence: The Civil War Letters of Lt. Richard Goldwaite, New York Volunteers, and Ellen . Richard M. Goldwaite, age 35, married Ellen Hill, age 20, on January 29, 1861. Richard Goldwaite, New York Volunteers, and Ellen Goldwaite. A universal story of love. Richard, a veteran of the Mexican War, a fireman, tobacconist, and storekeeper, enrolled three months later, on April 23, in the 3rd New York Volunteer Infantry and was commissioned a second lieutenant. The regiment was posted at Fort Monroe, Virginia, and took part in the engagement at Big. Published by LSU Digital Commons, 2005.

Richard Goldwaite was born circa 1934, at birth place, Indiana, to Robert Goldwaite and Marie Goldwaite. Richard had 2 siblings: Robert Louis Goldwaite and one other sibling. Richard lived in 1935, at address, Indiana. He lived in 1940, at address, Indiana. Public Records Index. Richard A Goldthwaite 1930. Richard A Goldthwaite, born 1930. Richard A Goldthwaite was born on month day 1930

The Standard takes an open stand for them.

The Standard takes an open stand for them. I am glad to know that you are doing so well.

Eicher, David J. The Civil War in Books An Analytical Bibliography. Murdock, Eugene C. Civil War in the North: A Selected, Annotated Bibliography. For a guide to web sources see: Carter, Alice . Jensen, Richard. A Distant Thunder: Michigan in the Civil War. Chelsea: Huron River, 2004. The New York City Draft Riots: Their Significance for American Society and Politics in the Age of the Civil War. London: Oxford University Press, 1990. Gallman, J. Matthew, The North Fights the Civil War: The Home Front, Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1994.

The long-silent voices of Richard and Ellen Goldwaite, a newly married couple separated by Richard’s service in the Union army, come to life in this collection of their wartime correspondence. Seemingly forgotten for years, tucked away in a burlap sack, these letters provide a first-hand account of the effects of the Civil War on one couple and chronicle the separation and loss, sorrow and despair, loneliness and fear, and longing for peace and happier times that war brings—and the conflict between disillusionment and loneliness, duty and honor that Richard’s longing for his young bride forces him to confront.

These 132 letters, written from 1861 to 1863, chronologically follow Richard’s service throughout the war: his voluntary enlistment; his service on a Union ferry; time spent in the "Union Coast Guard"; postings in Virginia and North Carolina; and his return home. A brief explanation introduces each group of letters. An introduction details the Goldwaites’ lives before the war, and an epilogue tells of their life together afterwards. The text is illustrated with more than 40 photographs. Appendices include a history of Goldwaite’s regiment and an account of his company’s service in the Mexican War; newspaper accounts of events described in the letters; orders for Goldwaite’s postings; details about the deaths of colleagues in the war; and military communications between Richard Goldwaite and other servicemen. There is a preface and a bibliography.