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Fri Mar 21 17:12:58 2014 UTClccn-n852206590.06George Meade0.521.00Map of the vicinity of Hagerstown, Funkstown, Williamsport, and Falling Waters, Maryland : accompanying the report of Major General G.G. Meade, on the battle of Gettysburg dated October 1st 1863 /47563180George_Meaden 852206591454834General Meade 1815-1872Meade, General 1815-1872Meade, General (George Gordon), 1815-1872Meade, George G. 1815-1872lccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-n82220368United StatesArmy of the Potomaclccn-n85220650Cleaves, Freeman1904-lccn-n82044133Sauers, Richard Allenlccn-n89103772Lyman, Theodore1833-1897lccn-no95004181Meade, George1843-1897viaf-284882705Meade, George Gordon1877-lccn-n93113439Agassiz, George R.(George Russell)1862-1951edtlccn-n50079941United StatesCongressJoint Committee on the Conduct of the Warlccn-n2002045381Hyde, Bill1945-Meade, George Gordon1815-1872HistoryBiographyMapsTrials, litigation, etcMilitary historyNautical chartsMeade, George Gordon,United StatesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)GeneralsMilitary campaignsUnited States.--ArmyGettysburg, Battle of (Pennsylvania : 1863)Pennsylvania--GettysburgMilitary leadershipUnited States.--Army of the PotomacLyman, Theodore,Mexican War (1846-1848)VirginiaStrategyTrialsUnited States.--Congress.--Joint Committee on the Conduct of the WarWitnessesLegislative hearingsGrant, Ulysses S.--(Ulysses Simpson),Sickles, Daniel Edgar,Armies--StaffsFriendshipHistoriographyBuford, John,Kilpatrick, Judson,Burnside, Ambrose Everett,PennsylvaniaRegimental historiesPetersburg Crater, Battle of (Virginia : 1864)United States.--Army.--Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 48th (1861-1865)Great LakesDiscoveries in geographyTrials (Murder)GeorgiaRuger, Thomas Howard,Trials (Fraud)Humphreys, A. A.--(Andrew Atkinson),Reconstruction (United States : 1865-1877)TravelHydrographyNautical chartsSpotsylvania Court House, Battle of (Virginia : 1864)North Anna River, Battle of (Virginia : 1864)Wilderness, Battle of the (Virginia : 1864)Lake SuperiorVirginia--Todds Tavern RegionVirginia--Culpeper CountyMine Run Campaign (Virginia : 1863)South Carolina--Charleston HarborCross Keys, Battle of (Rockingham County, Virginia : 1862)1815187218421849185418561857185818591860186118621863186418651866186718681869187018711872187318741876187918801881188318841886188718881890189118921894189718981899190019011902190419051906190819101911191219131914191719211922192419271929193019391944194519531957195819601961196219681970197119731974197519791980198319841986198719881989199019911992199319941996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220137607394584923.573E467.1.M38ocn037735425ocn0453844305077ocn000985820book19130.59Meade, George GordonThe life and letters of George Gordon Meade : major-general United States ArmyHistoryPhotocopy of the portion of vol. 1 which contains the "Mexican War letters" written in South Texas, including Corpus Christi and Northeastern Mexico, from September 1845 through August 18468710ocn002618857book18580.92Meade, George GordonReport of the survey of the north and northwest lakes843ocn506024692com18680.86Meade, George GordonMajor General Meade's report on the Ashburn murderTrials, litigation, etc584ocn001699602book18680.95United StatesReport of Major General Meade's military operations and administration of civil affairs in the Third military district and Dep't of the South, for the year 1868, with accompanying documentsHistoryMilitary history283ocn006542651book18860.95Meade, George GordonGeneral Meade's letter on Gettysburg254ocn060386498map18650.92Howell, C. WMap of the battle-fields of North Anna showing the field of operations of the Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. George G. Meade U.S.A., from May 3d to 27th, 1864HistoryMaps181ocn060343978file0.86Gillmore, Quincy AdamsPlan of a portion of the siege operations against the defenses of Charleston prior to the capture of Fort Wagner, Sept. 7, 1863HistoryMaps181ocn060884799file0.86United StatesSketch showing the positions of the Union and rebel forces as situated on the 30th of November, 1863, in the vicinity of Mine Run in Orange County, Va. from original in the possession of Maj. Gen. George C. Meade, U.S. ArmyHistoryMaps181ocn060343976file0.86Weyss, J. EMilitary map showing the topographical features of the country adjacent to Harper's Ferry, Va. including Maryland, Loudoun, and Bolivar Heights, and portions of South and Short Mountains, with the positions of the defensive works : also the junction of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers and their passage through the Blue RidgeHistoryMaps94ocn012009022map18590.63Raynolds, W. FPreliminary chart of Eagle River, Lake SuperiorMapsNautical charts95ocn058531341map18630.66U.S. Lake SurveyNorth east end of Lake Michigan : including Grand and Little Traverse Bays and the Fox and Manitou IslandsMaps82ocn013560129map18650.97Howell, C. WMap of the battle fields of the Tolopotomoy, and Bethesda Church : showing the field of operations of the Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. George G. Meade U.S.A., from May 28th to June 2nd, 1864Maps82ocn013396721map18650.96Howell, C. WMap of the battle field of Spottsylvania C.H. : showing the field of operations of the Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. George G. Meade U.S.A., from May 8th to 21st, 1865 [i.e. 1864]Maps74ocn063117690map18600.47U.S. Lake SurveySaginaw Bay and part of Lake HuronMaps72ocn010299977map18650.73Howell, C. WMap of the battle fields of the Wilderness, May 5th, 6th, and 7th, 1864 : showing the field of operations of the Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. George G. Meade, U.S.A.Maps62ocn058758040book18700.96Morton, Oliver POration of Hon. O.P. Morton, address of Major General George G. Meade, and poem of Bayard Taylor : together with the other exercises at the dedication of the monument in the Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg, July 1, 1869History62ocn028982310map18700.47United StatesLake Superior chart no. 2Maps63ocn012228778map18580.47Macomb, J. NRiver Ste. MarieMaps63ocn062943769map18620.10U.S. Lake SurveyPreliminary chart of Grand Island and its approaches, Lake SuperiorMaps63ocn019261198map18791.00United StatesMap of the vicinity of Hagerstown, Funkstown, Williamsport, and Falling Waters, Maryland : accompanying the report of Major General G.G. Meade, on the battle of Gettysburg dated October 1st 1863HistoryMaps12469ocn001114139book19600.35Cleaves, FreemanMeade of GettysburgHistoryBiographyGeneral George Gordon Meade is best known to history as the commander of the victorious Army of the Potomac at Gettysburg. In his own lifetime meager credit was allotted him for his achievement at Gettysburg, for his long pursuit of General Robert E. Lee into Virginia, and for the furious marches his men were forced into both before and after Gettysburg, until final victory at Appomattox Courthouse. And since his death in 1872, frequent criticism has been meted out to him for not following up the victory his troops accomplished. In this account of Meade and his achievements, the author has attempted to sift the truth from War Office archives and records, from private and public documents, to assess fairly the value of Meade's services+-+93477615353248654ocn755604794com20030.39Sauers, Richard AllenMeade victor of GettysburgHistoryBiography"Most students of the American Civil War know the name George Gordon Meade, but few can tell you about the man. Rising from the Union officer corps to lead the previously ill-fated Army of the Potomac, Meade took overall command only hours before his forces encountered Robert E. Lee's Confederates at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, in the summer of 1863."+-+649233920654214ocn000749263book19220.63Lyman, TheodoreMeade's headquarters, 1863-1865 : letters of Colonel Theodore Lyman from the Wilderness to AppomattoxHistoryPersonal narrativesRecords and correspondence3702ocn051293934book20030.66The Union generals speak : the Meade hearings on the Battle of GettysburgInterviewsPersonal narratives"The Union Generals Speak is the first annotated edition of the 1864 congressional investigation into Major General George Gordon Meade's conduct during the Gettysburg campaign. The transcripts alone, which present eyewitness accounts from sixteen participant officers at Gettysburg, offer a wealth of information about the what and the why of one of the most pivotal battles in American history; but it is the addition of contextual comments and background material by Bill Hyde that unleashes this virtually untapped resource for readers. Laden with ulterior motives, prejudices, faulty recollection, and outright lies, the Joint Committee on the Conduct of War's report is a minefield of inaccuracies. Hyde's comprehensive analysis, informed by recent scholarship, transforms it into an accessible, rewarding aid for students of the Gettysburg chapter in the Civil War."--BOOK JACKET+-+96307625352735ocn050339842book20020.70Sauers, Richard AllenGettysburg : the Meade-Sickles controversyHistoryBiography"Now, historian Richard A. Sauers destroys many commonly accepted myths about the controversy by examining the evidence in detail. In this fascinating analysis, he highlights the personality conflicts among military leaders that complicate combat. He also demonstrates that distortions, such as Sickles's version of Gettysburg, are frequently accepted as fact by historians and repeated for generations to come. Sauers shows that Sickles's unjust manipulations harmed Meade's reputation for years after the war."--BOOK JACKET+-+83393392062732ocn757390457com20060.06McLeese, DonGeorge MeadeHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyProfiles the life and military career of George Meade who is famous for winning the most important battle of the Civil War, the Battle of Gettsburg+-+45390604062704ocn071322074book20070.50Lyman, TheodoreMeade's army : the private notebooks of Lt. Col. Theodore LymanHistoryDiariesPersonal narrativesA first-person account of the last campaigns of the Civil War"Lt. Col. Theodore Lyman is already well-known to students and scholars of the Civil War for his extensive letters first published in 1922. As a member of General George Meade's staff from September 1863 until the end of the war, Lyman provided colorful commentary on the inner workings of the Army of the Potomac. Now, with the discovery and publication of Lyman's "private notebooks," readers will find even more of his illuminating observations. Historian David W. Lowe has salvaged these largely forgotten notebooks, carefully edited them, and made them easily accessible. Wonderfully rich in military detail, Meade's Army offers a wealth of information from one of the war's most perceptive chroniclers."--Lesley J. Gordon, Series Editor, Civil War in the NorthLt. Col. Theodore Lyman served as Gen. George Gordon Meade's aide-de-camp from September 1863 until the end of the Civil War. Lyman was a Harvard-trained natural scientist who was exceptionally disciplined in recording the events, the players, and his surroundings during his wartime duty. His private notebooks document his keen observations. Published here for the first time, Meade's Army: The Private Notebooks of Lt. Col. Theodore Lyman contains anecdotes, concise vignettes of officers, and lively descriptions of military campaigns as witnessed by this key figure in the Northern war effort. Lyman may well be the finest chronicler of the day-to-day experiences of a staff officer in the Civil War, and his notebook entries have an immediacy, coming as close to real-time reporting as possible. As combat raged, Lyman penciled notations into his dispatch books, including exact times when Meade issued orders and when units deployed. He later transformed his notes into a coherent, historically accurate narrative, filling the account with personal and military details that few others were in a position to observe and including his sketches and hand-drawn maps showing the positions of the army after every significant movement. With Meade's Army, editor David W. Lowe has completed a task that should have been undertaken long ago: a proper and scholarly editing of Lyman's journals. The publication of this significant resource will give historians and students of the Civil War a clearer understanding of the last great campaigns of the Army of the Potomac and of the men who led it+-+36543882352478ocn000774926book19010.50Pennypacker, Isaac RuslingGeneral MeadeHistoryBiography2138ocn001286002book18970.63Bache, Richard MeadeLife of General George Gordon Meade, commander of the Army of the Potomac1772ocn046808445book20010.06Adelson, BruceGeorge Meade : Union generalHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyChronicles the life of Union General George Gordon Meade, providing information on his childhood in Philadelphia, his education at West Point, his work for the army, and his involvement in the Civil War+-+25691564251772ocn052203418book20030.79Rafuse, Ethan SeppGeorge Gordon Meade and the War in the EastHistoryBiography"Even though he defeated Robert E. Lee in the Civil War's greatest battle, George Gordon Meade has never enjoyed a prominent place in the pantheon of Union war heroes." "In this, the first book-length study of the general to appear in a generation, Ethan S. Rafuse challenges the notion that Meade was simply the last in a long line of failed Union commanders in the East." "Instead, George Gordon Meade and the War in the East offers a balanced, informative, and complete, yet concise, reconsideration of the general's life and career." "This study will appeal to anyone with an interest in Meade and the politics of command in the Civil War, and encourage reconsideration of traditional interpretations of the Union war effort in the East."--BOOK JACKET+-+31896684361562ocn001855153book19270.79PennsylvaniaThe memorial to Major General George Gordon Mead in Washington, D.C1421ocn677926555visu20060.59Union officers at GettysburgHistory1353ocn029470568book19940.50Lyman, TheodoreWith Grant and Meade from the Wilderness to AppomattoxHistoryPersonal narratives+-+80842785351223ocn063178799book20060.79Corrigan, JimThe 48th Pennsylvania in the Battle of the Crater : a regiment of coal miners who tunneled under the enemyHistory"The work examines the ways in which the personality conflict between generals George Meade and Ambrose Burnside ultimately cost the Union an opportunity to capture Petersburg and bring an early end to the war. It details the ways in which the cooperation of Confederate commanders helped to turn this certain defeat into an unexpected Southern achievement"--Provided by publisher+-+80297913251183ocn800040909book20130.28Huntington, TomSearching for George Gordon Meade : the forgotten victor of GettysburgHistoryBiography942ocn005190917book19300.63Meade, George GordonWith Meade at Gettysburg724ocn003715188book18830.86Meade, GeorgeDid General Meade desire to retreat at the battle of Gettysburg?605ocn006672527book19010.96Humphreys, Henry HA critical examination (in part) of Pennypacker's life of General George G. Meade601ocn576766542com18680.92Field, David DudleyThe state of Georgia against Ulysses S. Grant, George G. Meade, Thomas H. Ruger and Charles F. Rockwell brief of David Dudley FieldTrials, litigation, etc+-+9630762535Fri Mar 21 15:59:46 EDT 2014batch36155