8 edition of The Civil War in West Texas and New Mexico found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-187) and index.
|Statement||edited and with an introduction by John P. Wilson and Jerry Thompson.|
|Genre||Correspondence., Personal narratives., Personal narratives, Confederate.|
|Series||Southwestern studies (El Paso, Tex.) ;, no. 108|
|Contributions||Wilson, John P., Thompson, Jerry D.|
|LC Classifications||E467.1.S56 S53 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||193 p. :|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||2001090216|
Step 2. Consult a map of the Civil War to choose sites that fit into your travel plans. Civil War battles took place in 26 different states, opening up a plethora of options for you to visit no. He immediately demanded that Congress appropriate funds for war, proclaiming that the Mexicans had initiated a full- blown conflict. Somewhat reluctantly, Congress agreed, and the Mexican War began. The Mexican War lasted one and a half years, and ranged all throughout Texas, New Mexico, and California, and even into the Mexican interior.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Infar from the bloodied fields of Virgin /5(3). There are many stories from the Civil War; some of the ones that took place in the West have been overlooked. Texas and New Mexico Territory (present-day New Mexico and Arizona) were the scene of fierce fights and courageous actions on both sides.
This book presents stories of those skirmishes, strategies, and soldiers/5(11). Sibley, Henry Hopkins. "The Civil War in West Texas and New Mexico: The Lost Letterbook of Brigadier General Henry Hopkins Sibley." Texas Western Press, ISBN Simmons, Mark.
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Civil War in Texas and New Mexico Territory book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. There is enough detail to give the read /5(3). The New Mexico Territory, which included the areas which became the modern U.S.
states of New Mexico and Arizona as well as the southern part of present-day Nevada, played a small but significant role in the Trans-Mississippi Theater of the American Civil e its remoteness from the major battlefields of the east and its existence on the still sparsely populated and largely undeveloped.
Valley. Indeed, the term “Civil War in the West” often is construed to mean the war in Kentucky, Tennessee and the Mississippi Valley and the other states flanking it, and even the Atlanta campaign. It would never occur to many Americans that anything connected with the Civil War happened farther “out West.” Yet New Mexico Territory was an.
Civil War in West Texas and New Mexico provides new and exciting details to Sibley's ill-fated and grandiose dreams for a Confederate empire in the Southwest.
Of the individual letters the letterbook contains, only eight have been identified as having been published in the Official Records. With Union Troops gone from the southern part of New Mexico Territory as well as Texas, the 2nd Texas Mounted Rifles under Lieutenant Colonel John R.
Baylor were sent to occupy the series of forts along the western Texas frontier, as well as advancing into New Mexico to attack the Union forts along the Rio Grande River. About six miles southeast of Mesilla sat the tiny post of Fort Fillmore.
The Civil War. For many Americans this conflict evokes images of the storied battlefields of North and South and of dramatic changes in the lives of Americans of African and Anglo descent. had been banned by the Mexican government and only a few dozen enslaved African Americans lived in the arid lands of west Texas and New Mexico.
Many. Civil War in Texas and New Mexico Book $ The Civil War in the West has not been the focus of much attention, but it was the location of fierce fighting and stormy conflicts.
Between and the violent struggles of the Civil War extended into the Western Territories, where they were complicated by the involvement of the Indians. The Confederate leaders had planned to annex a corridor from the Rio Grande in Texas to the California coast.
Thus they would have had a pathway to the Pacific Ocean, areas rich in minerals, new territory for the expansion of slavery 3/5(1). 5 Old West Forts That Will Transport You Through New Mexico’s Past. When the U.S.
claimed the New Mexico Territory, after the Mexican-American War, the U.S. set up a string of forts across the Territory to protect travelers and settlers from Indian raids, and to keep an eye out for other possible uprisings. The Battle of Glorieta: Union Victory in the West.
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After Abraham Lincoln’s election in November and the secession of seven Southern states over the next few months, once-unthinkable civil war loomed. That put southern California and the New Mexico Territory, then comprising present-day Arizona, New Mexico and southern Nevada, in the crosshairs.
Young Ben Logan, his family lost in the Civil War, sells his Texas ranch and heads west. At Fort Union in the New Mexico Territory, he meets a young widow and while traveling to Santa Fe, a strong mutual interest develops. But she returns to her Tennessee family, leaving Ben wondering if he will ever see her again.
In search of copper, Ben scales Mount Baldy in Moreno Valley and finds a. Get this from a library. Civil War in Texas and New Mexico territory. [Steve Cottrell; Andy Thomas] -- There are many stories from the Civil War; some of the ones that place in the West have been overlooked.
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Texas also played a major role economically during the war - supplying the Confederacy with food, clothing, and arms and serving as an outlet for Confederate cotton via the Republic of Mexico.
Militarily, it must be pointed out that Texas was a frontier area and had only a minor impact on the course and the outcome of the war. The Civil War was a major turning point in American history. Our growing nation was deeply divided, and the resulting battles are legendary.
The end of slavery and the beginning of Reconstruction marked a new era for the nation. Texas played an important role in the war, and many historic sites, museums, monuments and cemeteries tell the stories.Civil War in Texas and New Mexico Territory by Steve Cottrell,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.The annexation of Texas and the acquisition of the Southwest following the war against Mexico posed significant challenges for the United States army in the west.
Previously, idealistic policy-makers had assumed that expansion would occur from east to west, in a gradual, predictable process.