Gen. George H. Thomas

chief conservator of the Union and victim of gross historical injustice : a compendium of sources in support of the argument by Robert N. Meiser

Publisher: R.N. Meiser in Fairfax, VA

Written in English
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [73-75]) and index.

Other titlesGeneral George H. Thomas
StatementRobert N. Meiser
LC ClassificationsE467.1.T4 M45 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 71, [13] p. :
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24407541M
LC Control Number2008909604

  Bruce Catton, the foremost biographer of U. S. Grant provides a sympathetic review of Francis F. McKinney's history of Major General George H. Thomas, "Education In Violence, The Life of George H. Thomas and the History of the Army of the Cumberland." Rock of Chickamauga By BRUCE CATTON. Portrait of General George Henry Thomas by George × ; 50 KB Portrait of Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas, officer of the Federal Army LOC cwpbjpg × ; 38 KB Portrait of Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas, officer of the Federal Army LOC cwpbtif 4, × 7,; MBCountry of citizenship: United States of America. A book published about General George H. Thomas George Thomas Some people argue that George H. Thomas was the greatest and most successful general of the civil war. You might like. Click on photo to enlarge or download: The statue of Union Gen. George H. Thomas stands in the center of Thomas Circle in Washington. A Virginia slave owner who fought for the Union in the Civil War,Thomas advocated for African American civil rights after the war. SHFWire photo by Kate WinkleWASHINGTON – People who look .

Patton, George U.S. Gen. George Patton standing to the side of an M2 medium tank in Tunisia, National Archives, Washington, D.C. The apogee of Patton’s career came with the dramatic sweep of his Third Army across northern France in the summer of in a campaign marked by great initiative, ruthless drive, and disregard of classic. Maj. Gen. Everett H. Thomas is Vice Commander, Air Force Global Strike Command, Barksdale Air Force Base, La. General Thomas assists the commander in organizing, training, equipping and maintaining our nation's Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles, B-2 and B aircraft. George Thomas Although only twice in chief command of a field army during battle — Mill Springs, Kentucky, near the war’s beginning, and Nashville, Tennessee, near its end — Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas played a significant role in shaping the . Civil War Union Major General. Born and raised in Virginia, his family barely survived the Nat Turner uprising when he was 15 years old. Before he was 20 years old, he entered West Point and graduated in the same class as William Tecumseh Sherman. Upon graduating, he first became involved with war under Andrew Jackson Burial: Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, .

George Henry Thomas () Unlike his fellow Virginian Robert E. Lee, George Thomas remained loyal to the Union. During Nat Turner's bloody slave revolt, Thomas had led his family to safety and subsequently attended West Point (). A veteran of the Seminole and Mexican wars and an artillery and cavalry instructor at the academy, he was. Master of War: The Life of General George H. Thomas. (New York: Simon & Schuster Inc., ), 3. Thomas B. Van Horne, History of the Army of the Cumberland: its Organization, Campaigns, and battles, Written at the request of Major-General George H. Thomas chiefly from his private Military Journal and Official and other Documents Furnished. The Funeral of Gen. Thomas. from Harper's Weekly, Ap On the 8 th inst, the remains of Major-General George H. Thomas, the hero of Mill Springs and Nashville, were buried with appropriate civil and military honors in Oakwood Cemetery, at Troy. The occasion drew together a vast concourse of people desirous of paying the last tribute of respect to one whose services .

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A fascinating biography of an underappreciated American hero: George H. Thomas was, Bobrick argues, the greatest general of the Civil War. Known as the Rock of Chickamauga, Thomas was regarded by his contemporaries as the equal of Grant and Sherman.4/4().

George H. Thomas, (born JSouthampton county, Va., U.S.—died MaSan Francisco), Union general in the American Civil War (–65), known as “the Rock of Chickamauga” after his unyielding defense in combat near that stream in northwestern Georgia in September A graduate of the U.S.

Military Academy, West. I was lucky to have read Freeman Cleaves' Rock of Chickamauga before I read two other biographies on Maj Gen George H. Thomas. This work is a great introduction to the life and accomplishments of Thomas. I feel it is amazing in that the work holds up extremely well today, some 65 years after it was released in /5(16).

The sad thing Gen. George H. Thomas book this book is that it could have been really good. If Mr. Bobrick has used his energies to write a book about General George Thomas it would have been good because I feel that this is an interesting person who gave a great deal of effort in fighting the Civil War/5.

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InThomas was transferred to San Francisco to command the Division of the Pacific. He died there from a stroke on Maand was buried in his wife's hometown of Troy, New York with full military honors. Bibliography. Cleaves, Freeman. Rock of Chickamauga: The Life of General George H.

Thomas. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. Although only twice in chief command of a field army during battle — Mill Springs, Kentucky, near the war’s beginning, and Nashville, Tennessee, near its end — Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas played a significant role in shaping the war beyond the Appalachian Mountains.

Major General George Henry Thomas, also known as the Thomas Circle Monument, is an equestrian sculpture in Washington, D.C. that honors Civil War general George Henry monument is located in the center of Thomas Circle, on the border of the downtown and Logan Circle neighborhoods.

It was sculpted by John Quincy Adams Ward, best known Designer: John Quincy Adams Ward (sculptor). Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johnson, Richard W., Memoir of Maj.-Gen.

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George H. Thomas (USA), Frances Lucretia Thomas, George Henry Thomas. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Skip to main content.

This Memoir of Maj.-Gen. George H. Thomas by Johnson, Richard W., Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of the.

Major General George H. Thomas was a noted Union commander during the American Civil War (). Though a Virginian by birth, Thomas elected to remain loyal to the United States at the start of the Civil War. Preview this book» What people are Memoir of Maj.-Gen.

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Thomas famously asserted. Later inhe rallied Union troops in. The book lays out in no uncertain terms the reasons why General Thomas remained loyal to the United States. He simply was affected by doing right or wrong and doing right was the thing which kept him from committing himself to a lost cause.

He enjoyed the many privileges he had with allegiance to the Army of the United States and, not wanting Reviews: 1. General George Henry Thomas, a Virginia-born Unionist, was the greatest general of the American Civil War, according to David Decker, a Civil War storyteller.

General Thomas never lost a battle or. Title from unverified information on negative sleeve. Annotation from negative, in pencil: Geo. Thomas, [on masking in pencil] Gen. Geo. Thomas.

Credit line: Brady-Handy photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase; Alice H.

Cox and Mary H. Evans; General information about the Brady-Handy photograph collection is. Francis McKinney, "Education in Violence - The Life of George H.

Thomas and the History of the Army of the Cumberland,"pg. In the end, the legislators came to their senses and kept the portrait. It remains in Nashville to this day. Thomas Van Horne, "The Life of Major General George H. Thomas,pg. Van Horne, Thomas B.,George Henry Thomas, and Edward Ruger.

History of the Army of the Cumberland: its organization, campaigns, and battles, written at the request of Major-General George H. Thomas chiefly from his private military journal and official and other documents furnished by him. Cincinnati: R. Clarke & Co, Was Gen. George Thomas Right – A Civil General Controversy By David Stinebeck and Scannell Gill.

This article was inspired by the historical novel A Civil General, about George Thomas, a Virginian who became a general in the Union Army during America’s Civil hed by Sunstone Press, the book was co-authored by David Stinebeck and Scannell Gill, who wrote.

This web site is dedicated to the life of Major General George H. Thomas. He commanded the Army of the Cumberland after the Battle of Chickamauga, and he was one of the few great generals of the American Civil War.

However today, for a number of reasons, General Thomas is relatively unknown to the general public. I was thinking about buying a copy of Building the George H Thomas Universal Pillar Tool, then I found out that this is part of another book.

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Workshop Techniques - G H Thomas. General George H. Thomas. About the Book. One of the Civil War’s most successful generals is heralded by military historians but never achieved the lasting fame of Grant, Lee, Jackson or Sherman.

George Thomas’s Southern birth, the ambition of fellow officers, and his action in the less-publicized Western Theater combined to keep him. Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas Credit Library of Congress Shortly after 11 a.m. in the morning Confederates poured through the resulting gap in such numbers that Rosecrans was seen crossing himself like a good Catholic before joining his soldiers in.

Oration on the life and character of Gen. George H. Thomas. Cincinnati: R. Clarke, (OCoLC) Named Person: George H Thomas; George H Thomas: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James A Garfield.

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Assigned to Flag Officer Samuel F. Du Pont and Brigadier General Thomas Sherman's expedition against Port Royal, SC, Wilson continued to serve as a topographical engineer. Taking part in this effort in latehe remained in the region in the spring of and aided Union forces during the successful siege of Fort Pulaski.

Ordered north, Wilson joined the staff of Major General. Gen. George H. Thomas Former home of: General George H. Thomas (Civil War General) Location: P Street NW. George Henry Thomas (J – Ma ), the "Rock of Chickamauga", was a career U.S. Army officer and a Union general during the American Civil War, one of the principal commanders in the Western : 46K.

Finally, Thomas planned the largest cavalry raid of the war which took Selma and captured Davis. See short biography. Read also the complete biography Life of Major General George H.

Thomas by Van Horne. He was born on 31 July in Southampton County, VA and died on 28 March in San Francisco. The item Portrait of Gen.

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The slander about Gen. GEORGE H. THOMAS has been repeated with unconvincing "particulars" in dispatches from Richmond. Gen. THOMAS from Apwhen he broke his furlough to resume active.Full text of "Memoir of Maj.-Gen.

George H. Thomas" See other formats. Major General George Henry Thomas (USA) George Henry Thomas was born at Newsom’s Depot, Southampton County, Virginia on 31 July His family led an upper-class plantation lifestyle, owning acres and 24 slaves by He and his widowed mother and sisters were forced to flee from.